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The Crestview Police Department is searching for a 3-year-old autistic child who was abducted from his foster parents this morning.
Okaloosa County School District is gearing up to prepare a new generation of principals.
The City Council will vote Tuesday to fill its Seat 4 vacancy. The seat was vacated by Trey Goodwin, who announced in November that he was stepping down to move outside the city limits and run for Okaloosa County Commission District 2. The city's charter states that only a sitting council member can nominate a resident to fill a seat.
Three men have been arrested after the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office intercepted a package containing 1 pound of marijuana in the mail, according to a news release.
A Fort Walton Beach man with a drug habit is accused of taking two pills from another person's prescription.
A man admitted breaking into a house and stealing a rifle, which he later pawned for money to buy prescription painkillers, lawmen say.
The boy and a girl were placed in a duffel bag in a roadside restroom at Lake Powell in Panama City beach.
After more than a year of litigation, Okaloosa County has recovered the final $44,000 owed by Vision Airlines.
Five Choctawhatchee High School students injured Monday night in an automobile accident on Eglin Air Force Base's reservation are on the mend, a school district official said Wednesday.
It wasn't exactly Night of the Long Knives. Instead, these were steak knives and possibly a machete.
A homeless man repaid his host's favor of a can of Vienna sausage by trashing her TV and busting her in the lip, lawmen say.
Okaloosa County sheriff's deputies who went to a home on Lake Silver Road on Monday to arrest its resident found a methamphetamine cook inside, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Okaloosa County Circuit Judge Michael Flowers has rejected a defense attorney's attempt to remove him as the judge of record in the criminal case against former Police Chief Brian Mitchell.
A plan to simplify Florida school grades is making its way through the Legislature.
The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office is asking the public for donations for "Cram the Canoe," a fundraiser for the Florida Sheriff's Youth Ranch.