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Bay Asked: What's the status of the Mosley roundabout?

8/15/2018
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A planned roundabout near Mosley High is currently on hold, according to Lynn Haven city officials. A reader asked about its status through the Bay Asked, We Answered series. The proposed roundabout is controversial in the community since some residents don't think it would solve traffic congestion during afternoon school pick-up.

Duration:00:01:24

Real Fake News! Social media headlines this week you shouldn't believe

8/11/2018
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A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue headlines of the week. None of these stories is legit, even though they were shared widely on social media.

Duration:00:01:10

Loggerhead Facts: Hold their breath for hours, live for decades

8/10/2018
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St. Andrews State Park officials believe a dead loggerhead sea turtle may have collided with a boat propeller after the turtle washed ashore at the park Friday morning.

Duration:00:01:47

Caged, dead rabbits lead to 4 years' probation for Bay woman

8/10/2018
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PANAMA CITY – A Bay County woman caught with a cage full of dead rabbits behind her house and items used to consume drugs has been sentenced to four years of probation, according to court records.

Duration:00:02:07

Creative Passion: VInny & Bay's Coffee Shop

8/10/2018
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Tony Simmons and Jayson Kretzer visit Madeline Lovejoy at Vinny & Bay's Coffee in downtown Panama City.

Duration:00:08:21

Love at First Bite at Pizza Amore

8/9/2018
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Food Editor Jan Waddy experiences Italian-style pizza from Italian natives

Duration:00:02:31

A Day of Fun at Pirate's Island

8/8/2018
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Glenwood Working Partnership collaborated with other groups to send kids on a trip to Pirate's Island for mini-golf

Duration:00:01:36

Pace sentencing

8/7/2018
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Andrew Allan Pace tells the court he is innoncent of drugging, restraining and raping a 16-year-old boy in May 2016. After Circuit Judge Allen Register reminds him that a jury found otherwise, he sentences Pace to spend the rest of his life in prison.

Duration:00:04:06

Engagement ring lost in Panama City Beach returned

8/6/2018
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An Alabama woman finds an engagement ring.

Duration:00:02:32

Residents complain about flooded roads in Northern Bay County

8/6/2018
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Flooded roads are causing concern for residents in rural Bay County

Duration:00:01:07

Sea Turtle Hatchlings Interrupt Wedding Shoot

8/5/2018
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Bryan and Kasi Aldridge's Panama City Beach wedding looked like a wash, until a nest of baby sea turtles began to hatch.

Duration:00:02:21

How Facebook Groups are Driving PCB Tourism

8/5/2018
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Wondering what to do when visiting Panama City Beach. Facebook groups might have your answer.

Duration:00:05:00

new pastor

8/3/2018
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First Presbyterian in Lynn Haven welcomed its first female pastor in June.

Duration:00:03:41

Creative Passion: Bonnie Tate at The Light Roon

8/2/2018
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Tony Simmons and Jayson Kretzer join photographer and teacher Bonnie Tate at her downtown gallery, The Light Room, to discuss the definition of art and the passion of creation.

Duration:00:07:08

Interview with Congressional Candidate Bob Rackleff

8/1/2018
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Bob Rackleff is a Democratic candidate for Congressional District 2 in Florida

Duration:00:24:28

zoo world straws

7/31/2018
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Zoo World has joined other organizations in offering alternatives to plastic straws.

Duration:00:02:04

Chambers' Defense

7/31/2018
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Not all accounts of a fatal April 2016 crash were taken, according to Christopher Chambers' defense. He faces a charge of vehicular homicide for the death of Barbie Wright. But his defense attorney argued Tuesday that not only did investigators have his speed at the time of the crash wrong, they also did not speak with witnesses that could have explained he was avoiding a much more severe wreck.

Duration:00:07:09

Vehicular homicide prosecution

7/31/2018
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Christopher Chambers was driving 79 mph down a 35-mph residential street in April 2016. In order to avoid crashing into a school bus unloading children, he swerved and flipped, killing his passenger, Barbie Wright. That's the case laid out Tuesday by the prosecution.

Duration:00:07:16