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A DeFuniak Springs man is accused of sexually abusing two children under the age of 16,... [Read More]
Governor Ron DeSantis is living full time in the Governor's Mansion, the Attorney General and Agriculture Commissioner also live in the capital and the CFO... [Read More]
Florida Democrats are using the political crisis in Venezuela to say banning sanctuary cites would actually hurt the South American refugees. [Read More]
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a bill into law that allows medical marijuana patients to smoke the substance. [Read More]
Firefighters from the Florida Forest Service's Chipola Forestry Center are dealing with a 20-acre wildfire in the Fountain area in central Bay County, officials wrote... [Read More]
Okaloosa County Sheriff's officials say the three-year-old boy was stabbed multiple times. [Read More]
Florida Highway Patrol troopers say they need the public's help in locating a 2013-2016 Ford Fusion or Ford Focus they believe may have been involved... [Read More]
A man told deputies he sexually assaulted two juveniles because he was bored, according to the Bay County Sheriff's Office. [Read More]
Investigators say he admitted to having sex with the victim and another minor. [Read More]
A local police chief is being honored by Florida's Attorney General for his work after Hurricane Michael. [Read More]
Gulf Power wants to wait a few more months before starting to collect money from customers to cover costs related to Hurricane Michael. [Read More]
Panama City man Tavares F. Holland, 30, was killed in a Jackson County traffic crash early Sunday morning, according to a press release from the... [Read More]
Hurricane Michael struck the Florida Panhandle last October as the most powerful hurricane to hit the area in history. And since then the region has... [Read More]
About WFSU Public Media and our mission. [Read More]
According to Panama City Beach Fire Rescue officials, a trash can in the hallway on the 12th floor caught on fire Monday morning. [Read More]
Latest conditions at Florida and Alabama beaches. [Read More]
March is Archeology Month so the Native Spirit Museum and Gallery is celebrating. [Read More]
A guest joined us in the studio to tell you how you can help out a local non-profit after Hurricane Michael. [Read More]
Florida lawmakers are one step closer to adding a work requirement for Medicaid eligibility. [Read More]
Things are slowly getting back to normal on 23rd St. after Hurricane Michael. [Read More]