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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
United Way to hold annual meeting and awards ceremony

United Way of Northwest Florida will celebrate the successful 2016 Community Campaign. The breakfast will be held at 7:45 a.m. Thursday, March 30, at FSU Panama City in the Holley Academic Center, located at 4750 Collegiate Drive.

Decatur community on edge following AMBER Alert

Nearly a full week into the nationwide search for missing 15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas, and her suspected kidnapper Tad Cummins, has so far turned up empty-handed. "You're just more cautious, and you want to help if you can," said Kari Knighten, an Ardmore resident who visits Decatur often.

Man accused of kicking over stroller containing 10-month old Updated at

A Bay County man has been arrested after he allegedly kicked over a stroller containing a 10-month-old child, according to arrest reports. The Panama City Police Department reported Byrd was in an argument with the child's mother and that as he attempted to attack her, he turned toward the stroller and intentionally kicked it.

Florida dad sentenced to life for killing infant son by stuffing sock in his mouth

A Florida man who was accused of killing his 2-month-old son by stuffing a sock in his mouth will spend the rest of his life behind bars. Gene Anthony Quinones-Rivera, 27, had initially pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder charges, but changed his plea to no contest on Monday, according to court records obtained by PEOPLE.

Cocoa Beach to discuss allowing dogs on the beach

Cocoa Beach to discuss allowing dogs on the beach The Space Coast's lone dog-friendly beach is located at Canova Beach Park near Indian Harbour Beach. Check out this story on Diane McConnell plays with Trini the golden retriever and King the yellow husky/Labrador mix last November at the Canova Beach Park dog-friendly beach.

Florida man sentenced to life in prison for killing son

'When my eight-month-old came in too, then I knew it was over': Professor whose BBC interview became an internet sensation after it was interrupted by his young children breaks his silence to tell of his horror as it unfolded Claim that 24 million will lose health insurance comes from 'consistently wrong' Congressional scorekeeper - and president still wants it for all says White House Father pimped out his own daughter, 16, at truck stops after telling her she might as well become a prostitute when he learned she'd had sex EXCLUSIVE: It's a real life FEUD! 30 years after Bette Davis' death her born-again Christian daughter claims her famous mother practiced witchcraft and put a 'demonic' curse on her enemies and family Florida dad is sentenced to life in prison for killing two-month-old son by stuffing a sock in his mouth to stop him from crying The blizzard that WASN'T: Dangerous ... (more)

History Mystery: How did folks get medical attention in early Destin?

A reader recently asked where the folks went to the doctor before there were cars, paved roads and a bridge connecting Destin to Panama City and Pensacola.

Legislation to Keep BP Oil Funds in Northwest Florida Passes First Senate Committee

The Senate Committee on Commerce and Tourism, chaired by Senator Bill Montford , today passed Senate Bill 364, The Recovery Fund for the Deepwater Horizon Incident. The legislation, sponsored by Senator George Gainer , Senator Doug Broxson , and Senator Montford, will ensure funds received in the settlement of the state's economic damage claims caused by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill remain in Northwest Florida's eight disproportionately affected counties.

The first Cuba tourism boom is over. Here comes the next wave: cruises

Gov. Rick Scott and other top Florida Republicans frequently complain about government spending, but they have quietly spent more than $237 million on private lawyers to advance and defend their agendas, an Associated Press investigation has found . Attorney General Pam Bondi oversees a budget of $309 million a year that helps pay for 450 state lawyers, but all that in-house legal firepower hasn't stopped state leaders from hiring private attorneys.

Play houses announces dates for the Spanish Trail Opry

The Spanish Trail Playhouse will again honor legendary country music with their Spanish Trail Opry, at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 8 and at 3 2p.m. Sunday, April 9. The Opry will consist of timeless country music classics by artists like Merle Haggard, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Floyd Cramer and more.

Phenix City mayora s prayer breakfast calls for unity in time of divide

In a time when Pastor Isaac Hudson proclaimed that we are "living in a new reality where lies are now known as alternative facts," more that 150 city leaders and ministers from churches throughout the community gathered in Phenix City Thursday morning for Mayor Eddie Lowe's annual unity prayer breakfast. "We live here, we love here, we work here, we share here and we give our best here," said Hudson, pastor of Nichols Chapel AME Church.

Fraternity walks 130 miles to the beach for Florida charity

PANAMA CITY, Fla. -- Students from Alabama are making news for how they are getting to the beach this spring break.

Man gets 30 years for fatally smothering child Updated at

A Bay County man who kept secret what caused the death of his girlfriend's infant child for nine years has been sentenced to three decades in prison, according to court records.

Phenix City prayer breakfast set for Thursday

Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe and the Lee-Russell Ministerial Association will host the fourth annual Mayor's Unity in Prayer Breakfast Thursday at the Martin-Idle Hour Park Community Center in Phenix City. The breakfast begins at 7 a.m., followed by the program.

Residents angry about porn on city's old website

The Panama City News Herald reports that the city of Springfield began receiving complaints last week from citizens who were visiting the city's old website. Mayor Ralph Hammond said the city apparently let the old domain name expire, and the site now contains Japanese pornography.

Hurricane Watch Net Pioneer Don Kay, K0IND, SK

Hurricane Watch Net pioneer Donald J. "Don" Kay, K0IND, of Panama City, Florida, died on March 1. He was 89. "Don was a great friend and Elmer," said HWN Manager Bobby Graves, KB5HAV. "I cherish the times we talked on the air as well as my visits to his home."

Unconstitutional? Gainer-backed bill targets protesters

State Sen. George Gainer has stirred up a hornet's nest of controversy by filing a bill that would make it a crime for people to obstruct traffic during a protest or demonstration if they don't have a permit.

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