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Many have risked their lives rescuing people from drowning in the Gulf this year. Thursday, Panama City Beach Leaders passed an ordinance to help them save lives while staying out of harm's way.

Panama City Beach leaders, the Tourist Development Council, and Bay County officials are working together on a plan to beef up the lifeguard and beach safety program.

Panama City Beach City Leaders have approved an ordinance to take action on people who violate the beach flag system.

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A local woman is pushing Panama City Beach City leaders to add a new law that would punish people who are caught disobeying the beach flag system.

Panama City Beach leaders said their land development codes didn't include guidelines for hospitals, but now that the restriction has been removed, hospitals can set up shop using as many acres as they please.

Panama City Beach City ManagerMario Gisbert said city leaders have tried to pass the ordinance for many years.

As the sun rises on NW #Florida  the early reports I am getting on damage is stunning. I have not yet seen it myself but local leaders are telling me that the damage in Panama City is catastrophic. And one said “Mexico Beach is gone”. #Sayfie 

According to city leaders, Panama City Beach is seeing record breaking tourism numbers. Have you noticed a business boom? What brings you to the beach?

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Panama City Beach and Bay County leaders are still ironing out details for the new Panama City Beach sports complex.

We want to know what you think! Should Panama City Beach leaders ban scooters? Vote here.


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Panama City Beach city leaders are working on projects to ease the traffic back up.

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Also popular: Panama City Beach, tourism leaders looking at fixes for recent higher than normal beach erosion.

Panama City Beach city leaders are taking steps to make the Colony Club entrance safer.

Panama City Beach leaders will discuss more spring break ordinances that could change the season.

Panama City Beach city leaders will hold a special meeting Tuesday to talk about possible pay raises.