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Located on the panhandle of northwest Florida on St. Andrews Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, Panama City is known as a popular tourist location year round. Panama City's attributes provide a highly attractive living environment compatible with a variety of tastes and life styles. Cited most often are: pleasant climate, fishing and water sports, arts and entertainment, and a pleasing small town environment for raising a family.

Population: 36417
Local Newspapers: The News Herald
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Local Colleges: Gulf Coast Community College

Zip Codes associated with panama city, florida: 32401 32403 32404 32405 32407 32408
Towns/Cities near panama city, florida : Pretty Bayou Lynn Haven Cedar Grove Callaway Parker Springfield Upper Grand Lagoon

Panama City News
5 teens arrested in burglaries targeting guns

Five teens have been arrested in connection with the burglary and attempted burglary of two stores in which 11 guns were stolen.

FDEP working to close Coyote Land Co. landfills

For years residents living close to Coyote Land Co. landfills owned by Cinco Bayou businessman William "Todd" Schweizer complained about his seeming lack of concern for their health and well being.

Gainer questions House motives on Triumph bill

An amendment to a proposed Florida House bill would eliminate one aspect of oversight for the Triumph Gulf Coast board selected to allocate Northwest Florida's share of BP funds. But the same amendment, put forth by Jay Trumbull, the chairman of the House Select Committee on Triumph Gulf Coast, would allow the board "to provide grants to Visit Florida to promote tourism." That's the same Visit Florida that House Speaker Richard Corcoran has spent the last few weeks threatening to eliminate, and he's received key support in achieving that goal from Trumbull, R-Panama City.

Bay County man arrested after traffic stop

A Bay County man is facing multiple charges after attempting to elude a traffic enforcement detail by a Washington County deputy. According to reports, Shane Raisback, 39, of Everette Avenue in Panama City ignored a deputy's emergency lights and siren when the deputy attempted to pull Raisback over for a broken tail light in the Sunny Hills area shortly after 2 a.m. on Feb. 18. The deputy pursued Raisback for a short time before the suspect exited the vehicle to flee on foot.

Three killed in weekend accidents

The crashes spanned the region from Gulf County to Panama City and resulted in the deaths of a motorcyclist, a bicyclist and a 14-year-old pedestrian. The first occurred about 5 p.m. Friday, when an Illinois motorcyclist was critically injured in Panama City Beach in a single-vehicle crash.

5 Things to Know in Florida for Feb. 18

The vote drew outbursts and shouts of "shame on you" from residents at the meeting. In a 9-3 vote, the commissioners sided with the mayor in saying they feared the county could lose federal funding after President Donald Trump threatened to strip it from sanctuary cities.

Bomb squad on scene; object appears to be pressure cooker

The Bay County Sheriff's Office bomb squad has arrived and is working on what appears to be a pressure cooker left under an oak tree in the parking lot. The McDonalds at 895 Harbor Boulevard has been evacuated as a precaution, as authorities wait for a bomb squad out of Panama City to arrive.

70 years of marriage sets standard for family

Kitty and Raymond Budrow will celebrate their 71st wedding anniversary in March. They have eight children, 19 grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren.

Walton County's legislative delegation to hear from public on Feb. 27

By DOTTY NIST State Representative Brad Drake and State Senator George Gainer have scheduled a public meeting to hear from their Walton County constituents. The meeting is to take place at 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 27 at the South Walton Annex.

Fla. representative promotes jobs program for veterans

While he was on the campaign trail, U.S. Rep. Neal Dunn heard from several veteran-owned small business, specifically defense contractors, that the federal government wasn't doing enough for them. Dunn, a Republican from Panama City, sent President Donald Trump a letter Jan. 27, urging him to increase award goals for veteran contractors set by statute and previous administrations.

Two CF-18s prepared to land at closed airport but were warned off by air traffic controllers

Two CF-18 fighter jets were preparing for a landing at a Florida airport that closed seven years ago but were warned off by air traffic controllers the facility no longer had a functioning runway. The jets, from Cold Lake, Alta., were in Florida for a training exercise and had planned to land Tuesday at Tyndall Air Force Base just outside Panama City, Fla.

Two Canadian CF-18s were on approach to land at Florida airport that hasn't existed since 2010

Two CF-18 fighter jets were preparing for a landing at a Florida airport that closed seven years ago but were warned off by air traffic controllers the facility no longer had a functioning runway. The jets, from Cold Lake, Alta., were in Florida for a training exercise and had planned to land Tuesday at Tyndall Air Force Base just outside Panama City, Fla.

From different directions, a common goal

When Natasha Pennycuff was earning her teaching degree, she would often start her day at 5 a.m., and not return home to Eastpoint from night school in Panama City until after 10:30 pm.

Judges question parent positions in challenge to Florida's third-grade retention law

A feud between Republican Florida Gov. Rick Scott and GOP House Speaker Richard Corcoran over government spending is quickly escalating. Scott lashed out Tuesday at the House leader, saying he and other House Republicans know nothing about having to struggle for a job or how to run a business.

Teen charged with stealing school bus

The Panama City News Herald reports that the 17-year-old boy was arrested Saturday night in the Bay Haven Charter Academy bus. Lynn Haven police say an officer first spotted the bus on a county road traveling 10 mph below the speed limit.

Walking for a cause

CHIPLEY – Whether they're watching a loved one struggle or fighting a battle of their own, addiction is something many deal with - but most fight it behind closed doors. Jim Downs - known as "Big Jim" around the Panama City Rescue Mission where he spent the last year getting sober - is taking a cross country walk to change the way addiction is seen and dealt with.

Navy eyes hagfish slime in search to replace petroleum-based products like Kevlar

The bottom-dwelling hagfish is commonly referred to as a slime eel because it looks like an eel and produces a slimy substance that quickly expands in water to enable it to escape from predators by clogging up their attacker's gills. Its researchers believe that, by reproducing the slime, they one day could replace synthetic products derived from petroleum, such as Kevlar that's used in bulletproof vests.

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