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Liberty County first responders say a Monday morning crash involving a school bus and a car sent 2 people to the hospital. [Read More]
The driver of a school bus and another car have been hospitalized after a crash Monday morning in Liberty County. [Read More]
Students have the option to continue learning virtually, but Monday is the first day many Liberty County students will be learning face-to-face. [Read More]
Hearst Television participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on purchases made through our links to retailer sites. [Read More]
Superintendent Franklin Perry says about 41% of students will still be virtual while 59% will be in the classroom. [Read More]
A woman has been found dead inside a burning car in Liberty County. [Read More]
Some Liberty County students are heading back into the classroom starting next week. [Read More]
According to Liberty County's head football coach, this week's game against Blountstown High School is the only one that will be canceled as a result... [Read More]
BRISTOL, Fla. (WMBB)– The Liberty County football team announced on Thursday that the home game they had scheduled for Friday against Blountstown has been canceled.... [Read More]
All public schools in the Liberty County School District will be closed on Thursday, September 17. [Read More]
The Liberty County Sheriff's Office is responding to multiple reports of roadways flooding throughout the entire county. [Read More]
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for Liberty County until 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday. [Read More]
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for western Franklin and SW Liberty County until 5:15 am. [Read More]
The volleyball teams of Liberty County and North Florida Christian picked up wins. [Read More]
Rain bands from Hurricane Sally flooded roads and several homes began to be taken over by water Wednesday in Liberty County. [Read More]
The Liberty County Sheriff's Office say sandbags are now available to all residents. [Read More]
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