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  • Church with naked paint parties loses tax-exempt status

    A Florida church that hosted naked paint parties and slumber-party Sundays featuring the "sexiest ladies on the beach" has lost its tax-exempt status. The News Herald of Panama City (http://bit.ly/18A5hGA) reports The Life Center: A Spiritual Community...
  • Parents try to renew interest in case of missing student

    Parents try to renew interest in case of missing student
    The Baltimore Guardian Angels will join the parents of a missing spring breaker at a Panama City Beach rally to renew interest in the case. Twenty-one-year-old Reny Jose went missing last year while on spring break in Panama City Beach. A "Honk for...
  • Parents try to renew interest in case of missing student

    The Baltimore Guardian Angels will join the parents of a missing spring breaker at a Panama City Beach rally to renew interest in the case. Twenty-one-year-old Reny Jose went missing last year while on spring break in Panama City Beach. A "Honk for...
  • Parents try to renew interest in case of missing spring break student

    Parents try to renew interest in case of missing spring break student
    The Baltimore Guardian Angels will join the parents of a missing spring breaker at a Panama City Beach rally to renew interest in the case. Twenty-one-year-old Reny Jose went missing last year while on spring break in Panama City Beach. A "Honk for...
  • Law enforcement ready for Panama City Beach spring break

    Panama City Beach is gearing up for the annual onslaught of spring breakers. The Bay County Sheriff's Office and the Panama City Beach Police Department have extra money in their budgets to cover anticipated over-time costs of additional spring break...
  • Smithsonian hatches rare frog in captivity for 1st time

    Scientists from the Smithsonian working with an amphibian rescue project have hatched a newly discovered poison dart frog species for the first time in captivity. The tiny dart frog species was collected and described by scientists for the first time...
  • 4 arrested for passing counterfeit bills in Panhandle

    Four Tennessee residents have been arrested and charged with using counterfeit money at a popular beachfront mall on Panama City Beach. The Panama City News Herald (http://bit.ly/1BdT0TQ ) reports the group faces various counts of fraud and of using...
  • 2 new airlines begin flying of out Panama City Beach airport

    Two new airlines will be flying out of the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport near Panama City Beach. Officials last week finalized agreements with United Airlines and Silver Airways. United will start offering flights Thursday on United...
  • Law enforcement ready for Panama City Beach spring break

    Law enforcement ready for Panama City Beach spring break
    Panama City Beach is gearing up for the annual onslaught of spring breakers. The Bay County Sheriff's Office and the Panama City Beach Police Department have extra money in their budgets to cover anticipated over-time costs of additional spring break...
  • Easy money: Man gets wrong tax return check, spends money, cops say

    Easy money: Man gets wrong tax return check, spends money, cops say
    Good news: you got a tax refund windfall. Bad news: it's a flap that blows an ill wind for birds of prey. It was a taxing situation: After a mix-up at a Panhandle check cashing store, Dominique Alexander Johnson spent most of somebody else's tax...
  • Small world: Man tried to sell stolen ring to victim, deputies say

    Small world: Man tried to sell stolen ring to victim, deputies say
    Guess his sales pitch had a familiar ring to it. Clifton Tyler Johnson allegedly approached a woman whose home had been recently burglarized at a Panhandle store and asked if she'd like to buy some jewelry, reports the Panama City News Herald. The...