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Panama City weather 6-24-2021

Summer pattern going forward. This means more showers and storms but less coverage across the area. Back to what I like to say is the rain lotto you have to be at the right location at the right time to have a storm pop up. This will come as good news for many as we start to try and dry out after all the rain we got in the last 8 to 10 days. https://mypanhandle.com

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Collapsed Florida condo building had been shifting since 1990s, geologist says

MIAMI, Fla. (WFLA) – A study of the land around the Chamberlain Towers which partially collapsed in the Miami area on Thursday showed the building was moving even as far back as the 1990s, a geologist from Florida International University told NBC South Florida. “The data was collected in the 1990s, from ’93 to ’99, and we can see in that area, we identified that that particular building was moving between ’93 and ’99,” Dr. Shimon Wdowinski, an associate professor of Earth and Environment, said. “That was unusual because we didn’t expect to see...

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Florida building collapse survivor search continues into the night

SURFSIDE, Fla. (NewsNation Now) — The search for survivors continues after part of a 12-story condo building in Florida collapsed early Thursday morning. Officials say 99 people are still missing and 102 have been found. One death has been confirmed, and Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said there would not be another update until 7 a.m. ET Friday. Cava did say at 8:30 p.m. ET Thursday that rescuers would be working into the night trying to find anyone who may still be trapped. Rescue teams are using sonar devices to listen for signs of movement in the rubble, but Miami-Dade Assistant...

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Nexstar Media Group founder Perry Sook celebrates 25 years, highlights serving local communities

WILKES-BARRE, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE 28/WYOU 22 EYEWITNESS NEWS) — It was a special day for all of us at Eyewitness News. Perry Sook, the founder of our parent company, Nexstar Media Group, paid a visit to our stations Thursday. Mr. Sook was here to talk about our ongoing efforts to support our local communities. Sook’s visit comes one week after the company marked “Founder’s Day of Caring”, the 25th anniversary of the day Perry Sook founded Nexstar here in northeastern Pennsylvania. A day in which Nexstar employees from around the nation volunteer in their communities....

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A volunteer in South Walton helped save a man stuck in a rip current

SOUTH WALTON Fla. (WMBB) — Along the 26 miles of South Walton beaches Volunteer Beach Ambassadors assist lifeguards, one of those volunteers helped save a life this weekend. But county leaders have said something more still needs to be done. SWFD explains difference between heat exhaustion and heat stroke “Then I came upon someone that was actually caught up in a near-drowning, and caught up in a rip current,” said Volunteer Beach Ambassador Delanne Bernier. Bernier worked Sunday while double red flags were flying. “We were given whistles last year to be a double red flag brigade,”...

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Panama City Police Chief announces retirement

PANAMA CITY, Fla (WMBB) — After a 22-year career with the department, Panama City Police Chief Scott Ervin announced today that he will be retiring. Ervin has been with the department since July 1999. He was promoted to Chief of Police in February of 2013. “I am proud to have served alongside Chief Ervin and recognize him for his selfless service, dedication and commitment in serving and protecting the citizens of Panama City,” said City Manager Mark McQueen in a news release. “Scott is an extraordinary leader with nine years as Chief of Police resulting in the department...

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Panama City woman arrested on major child abuse charges

PANAMA CITY, Fla (WMBB) — A Panama City woman was arrested for child abuse by willful torture in the form of starvation, child abuse resulting in mental injury, and child abuse by aggravated battery, according to the Panama City Police Department. Throughout the investigation, they found that Terri Lynn Manning, 49, gained custody of the child eight years ago and that the child had been starved for the duration of her life. Manning reportedly took the child to multiple doctors and specialists where she misled them of the child’s condition. As a result of the starvation and false information...

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Florida State Assessment grades reflect hard year

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WMBB) — State-wide, there was a dip in this year’s third graders scores for the English Language Arts (ELA) Florida State Assessment (FSA). “These third graders were also first grade students when Hurricane Michael came through. So these students in the first grade had interruption in their instruction as well and maybe missed some foundational skills,” said Denise Kelley, Deputy Superintendent. Additionally, these third graders missed their last nine weeks of second grade due to the pandemic. School district officials said after comparing 2019’s...

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Movies & S’mores: Friends of Camp Helen host summertime activities

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WMBB) — Summer is in full swing in the Panhandle, and there are activities for everyone of all ages. The Friends of Camp Helen will be hosting outdoor movie nights that feature popular films, arts and crafts, learning activities and tasty s’mores accompanied with bonfires. Executive director Courtney Harper said she enjoys helping host these family-friendly events. “We just love seeing families enjoy the park, and when we have these events, that’s the purpose,” Harper said. “We just want people to come out here, see this beautiful place that...

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At least 1 dead, 99 people unaccounted for after Florida condo collapse

SURFSIDE, Fla. (NewsNation Now) — At least one person is dead and 99 people are unaccounted for after a sea-view side of a beachfront condo tower collapsed in a Miami-area town early Thursday morning, drawing a massive response from emergency services. Rescuers said at a news conference Thursday afternoon 102 people have been accounted for. About half of the building’s 130 units collapsed, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava told a news conference. Rescuers pulled at least 35 people from the wreckage by mid-morning, and heavy equipment was being brought in to help stabilize the...

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