'Everything We Saved Is Gone': Hurricane Michael Survivor On Massive DevastationWhat a difference a day makes. One day after Hurricane Michael ravaged Florida’s Panhandle, the sun is out and it is a beautiful day when looking up into the sky. Looking down at the ground, it is a much different story.
Long Road To Recovery In North Florida, Panhandle After Hurricane MichaelMore than 400,000 utility customers remained without power Thursday morning as thousands of rescue and utility crew members spread out across coastal and rural Panhandle communities to respond to the devastation inflicted by Hurricane Michael.
'You Can See The Sun & Blue Sky': Storm Chaser In Eye Of Hurricane Michael As much of the Florida Panhandle begins the extremely slow recovery from "monsterous" Hurricane Michael, we are getting an amazing look from inside the eye of the storm as it moved across Panama City.
Massive Gator Captured, Killed In PanhandleTwo Bay County men hauled in quite a catch, a 12-foot long alligator weighing a whopping 750 pounds.
Subtropical Storm Alberto Causes Mini-Vortex In Florida Hotel's PoolA pretty neat video coming from one of the harder-hit areas from Subtropical Storm Alberto.
Gunman In Panama City Police Standoff, Shootout Found DeadPolice have surrounded an apartment building in Panama City and exchanged heavy gunfire with a suspect barricaded inside.
2 Arrested After 16 Decomposing Bodies Found At Funeral HomeTwo people are facing multiple charges after authorities found 16 bodies in varying degrees of decay at a funeral home in Panama City.
Nelson Wants Limits On Drones Around AirportsU.S. Senator Bill Nelson is pushing to get new technology to protect airports from drones.
Wildlife Officer Shot And Wounded, Boat StolenTwo men have been arrested by Florida Panhandle authorities for allegedly shooting and wounding a wildlife officer.
Animal Rights Group Plan Rallies Against Bear HuntAnimal rights group in Florida are set to hold rallies Monday opposing the state's plans to bring back an annual bear hunt.
Lawmakers Look To Curb Bear, Gator FeedingAs the state tries to reduce dangerous interactions between bears and humans, lawmakers have given final approval to a bill that would change the penalties for feeding wildlife.
UF Frat Expels 3 Over Insults To Wounded Vets The University of Florida expelled three members of a fraternity accused of insulting and spitting at a group of disabled military veterans in Panama City.
Florida Community Ranked #1 For Growth In NationA Central Florida community west of Orlando was the fastest growing metro area in the nation last year.
Florida Supreme Court Orders New Sentences In Juvenile CasesFlorida's Supreme Court has ordered re-sentencing hearings for four people convicted of felonies they had committed while they were juveniles.
Scott Ally Takes Seat As Florida Utility RegulatorOne of Gov. Rick Scott's political allies is the newest member of the commission that regulates Florida utilities.