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Sitting deep west in the Florida panhandle, Fort Walton Beach is one of the busiest fishing and resort communities in the area. In 1861, Camp Walton was a confederate camp during the Civil War. It was named Fort Walton after Col. George Walton, who served under Andrew Jackson. The name was changed to Fort Walton Beach in 1953. Former NFL players like Jason Elam and Heisman-winning quarterback Danny Wuerffel both hail from Fort Walton Beach.

Population: 19992
Local Newspapers: Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Fort Walton Beach Sports Teams
Local Colleges: University of West Florida Troy State

Zip Codes associated with fort walton beach, florida: 32547 32548 32549
Towns/Cities near fort walton beach, florida : Destin Lake Lorraine Wright Ocean City Eglin AFB Mary Esther Niceville

Fort Walton Beach News
Destin ban on Sunday alcohol sales 'stupid'; council to review

Parker Destin: "It's hurting the convenience stores and, frankly, it doesn't make a whole lot of sense in my opinion."

'The journey's not over yet'

Krystal James and her family stood near the intersection of Wright Parkway and Hollywood Boulevard on Monday, watching as a group of motorcycles rumbled by them during the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day parade.

BLOTTER: Scorned ex takes hammer to man's truck

FORT WALTON BEACH - A 25-year-old man was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and criminal mischief after threatening his ex with a hammer and damaging her new boyfriend's truck.

Fort Walton Beach Snowbirds: No rocking chair syndrome Posted at

Final numbers are in and the results are amazing. After our second day of registration last Monday we registered more than 500 snowbird members for 2018.

EDITORIAL: Should FWB get into the marina biz?

"We're not doing it to be a competitor to existing marinas, but to provide amenities in a different location."

Niceville woman reflects on loss of husband in Vietnam

VILLA TASSO - In November 1972, 1st Lt. Jack Harvey's fighter jet disappeared over the mountainous jungle of South Vietnam.

Winter Guest Fest

Sheldon Haig showed up for the Winter Guest Fest on Friday morning wearing a Destin sweatshirt and an Indian Bayou ball cap.

Wanted in Santa Rosa County: Have you seen these graffiti suspects? Updated at

The Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office seeks two suspects in connection with the early-December spread of graffiti in area neighborhoods.

Officials seek family of downed Vietnam pilot

An Air Force pilot whose fighter jet went down over South Vietnam in 1972 and whose body was never recovered, is the latest candidate for inclusion on the Okaloosa County Veterans Memorial.

Destin digits heading to Capitol

Children's Week has become an annual tradition in Tallahassee when tens of thousands of kids contributing hand art to be hung in the Capitol Rotunda.

Teen with no license crashes vehicle

A 15-year-old driving without a license caused a rollover crash on Wright Parkway at noon Wednesday.  The teen, who had five other juvenile passengers in a Nissan Pathfinder, was speeding while traveling west on Wright Parkway when he lost control of the vehicle near Spanish Villa apartments, according to Jo Soria, spokeswoman for the city of ... (more)

Volunteers sought for homeless help

On Thursday, Jan. 18, One Hopeful Place will have a volunteer orientation for anyone interested in lending their efforts to the local homeless shelter.

Two men charged in home invasion robbery

The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office has charged two Fort Walton Beach men in connection with a home invasion robbery in Shalimar last August.

Burglar in underwear held at gunpoint before police arrive

A 45-year-old Fort Walton Beach resident was charged with two felony counts of burglary of an occupied dwelling Monday after being found in the daughter's room wearing only a T-shirt and underwear.

'It's great to be back'

Hundreds of visitors from all over the United States and Canada gathered Tuesday morning for the first Fort Walton Beach Snowbird Club meeting of the year.

Rollover wreck snarls traffic on Beal

A three-vehicle wreck with a rollover near the intersection of Beal Parkway and Yacht Club Drive snarled traffic for about an hour Monday afternoon in Fort Walton Beach.

2 Florida men accused of trying to arrange sexual encounters with 13-year-old girls

James Youmans, 23, and Jeramy Rasmussen, 32, both of the Florida Panhandle, are accused of trying to arrange sexual encounters with whom they thought were 13-year-old girls. James Youmans, 23, and Jeramy Rasmussen, 32, both of the Florida Panhandle, are accused of trying to arrange sexual encounters with whom they thought were 13-year-old girls.

Cleaning Up Carson Drive: FWB police getting tough on crime Updated at

Two shootings in one month at a single Carson Drive location were enough to catch and hold the attention of Fort Walton Beach Police Chief Ed Ryan.

BLOTTER: Driver panics, chews up marijuana

FORT WALTON BEACH – A 24-year-old Mary Esther man who panicked during a traffic stop was charged with tampering with evidence.

Two men nabbed in undercover child sex sting

An undercover investigation by the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office has led to the arrests of at least two men for allgedly trying to meet up with who they thought was a 13-year-old girl to have sex.

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