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Ft. Walton Beach Robbery Investigation

Posted: 09/05/2013 - The robber is described as a slender black male, around 5’9” to 6”0 tall who was wearing khaki shorts and a faded long-sleeved red shirt.

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Unsolved Panhandle Murder Case Reopened

Posted: 09/05/2013 - Investigators hope to find "foreign" DNA that will eventually lead them to a suspect in the 1981 killing of 42-year-old Bert Eldon Gross.

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The Okaloosa County Tourist Development Council Meeting

Posted: 09/03/2013 - The Okaloosa County Tourist Development Council (TDC) will meet on September 9, at 2 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Emerald Coast Convention Center, 1250 Miracle Strip Parkway SE in Fort Walton Beach.

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Don't Fall Asleep at the Wheel

Posted: 09/03/2013 - TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Have you ever pulled an “all-nighter” cramming for a test, had a neighbor’s barking dog keep you up all night or pulled a double shift at work? Each of us has likely encountered situations similar to these and found it difficult to stay awake the next day. Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle while fatigued and drowsy can have dangerous, and sometimes deadly, consequences.

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Boating Safety Improves in Georgia

Updated: 09/03/2013 - Authorities say boaters have become more aware of and more careful to avoid the inherent risks on the water -- especially the added dangers caused by excessive drinking.

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Excavation Continues at Former Florida Reform School

Updated: 09/19/2013 - The University of South Florida Anthropology Team continued their work today at the grave site on the former Dozier School for Boys property. They worked on two grave sites today. While they have spent many hours digging in the hot sun, their findings have been years in the making. After rain on Monday afternoon halted work, some members of the research team took a chance to talk to the media. They said their work will continue after the ground dries.

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Former Students of Dozier School for Boys Speak Out about Excavation

Posted: 09/01/2013 - Former students gave their chilling testimonies this weekend at Dozier School for Boys. They gathered at the St. James AME Church for a memorial service. They paid their respects to the black and white boys who died at the school. Dr. Erin Kimmerle and team members from the University of South Florida began the exhumation phase on Saturday. They are hoping to find, identify, and re-bury the remains in a respectful manner.

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Regional News: Okaloosa county Whooping Cough Outbreak; Bicycle Rider Arrested for 'RUI"?

Posted: 09/01/2013 - Alabama - Rip Currents... State Troopers Out in Force for Labor Day... Florida - Whooping Cough Outbreak in Okaloosa county... Bicycle rider arrested for intoxification... Nyad swimming Florida Straits again... Georgia - Man convicted of murdering baby in stroller... Father faces murder charge after son shot by BB gun and died... Sick of spewing sewage, Ga. neighbors file lawsuit...

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Gulf Coast Cornhole Series at Bamboo Willie’s

Updated: 08/31/2013 - Pensacola Beach, FL – Saturday, September 21st marks the sixth and final qualifying tournament of this year’s Gulf Coast Cornhole Series, which consists of six qualifying tournaments spanning from Ft. Walton Beach to Perdido from April until September, and ends with a final tournament at Juana’s Pagoda on Navarre Beach in October.

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DeFuniak Springs Man Arrested in Meth Bust

Posted: 08/30/2013 - On August 29, 2013, the Walton County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to a disturbance call at 356 Chestnut Street DeFuniak Springs, Florida.

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Gulf Power Seeking Rate Increase for Construction Program

Posted: 08/30/2013 - Gulf Power Company is asking the Florida Public Service Commission to approve a two-step price increase to help pay for the largest power grid construction program in the history of the company.

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