Neysa Wilkins, WJHG-TV

Neysa Wilkins


Panama City Beach, FL, United States

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Past articles by Neysa:

Healthy eating doesn’t mean giving up your favorites

Eating right is so hard to do sometimes. But just because you want to get healthy doesn't mean you have to give up flavor.... or all of your favorite foods. → Read More

Hope School in Marianna holds annual basketball tournament

Hope School for special needs students in Marianna held its annual basketball invitational. → Read More

81-year-old pitches record breaking fastball

81-year-old Jim Barr throws old age a curveball and continues to play competitive baseball. → Read More

Local Waffle House employees presented Life Saving Award

2 Waffle House employees are given a special Lifesaving Award by Lynn Haven Police Chief Ricky Ramie and Bay County Sheriff Tommy Ford. → Read More

Local Waffle House employees presented Life Saving Award

2 Waffle House employees are given a special Lifesaving Award by Lynn Haven Police Chief Ricky Ramie and Bay County Sheriff Tommy Ford. → Read More

Manager and cook at the Lynn Haven Waffle House save the life of a local man

They're known for waffles, hashbrowns, grits, and southern hospitality. Now the Lynn Haven Waffle House can add life-saving skills to the menu. → Read More

Pregnancy Resource Center to hold diaper giveaway

If you're running short of diapers and wipes for your little one you can stock up Friday at the Pregnancy Resource Center in Panama City. → Read More

Local teens organize The Wake Conference

Several local teenagers are working to give other teens something to look forward to by organizing what they're calling the Wake Conference. → Read More

Cakes by Ricca making a name for itself

When it comes to specialty cakes if you can dream it chances are John Ricca can make it. The former jet engine mechanic is now baker and decorator for Cakes by Ricca. → Read More

Defuniak Springs church hosts drive-in prayer circle

One hundred cars wrapped around Lake Defuniak Thursday evening as locals came together to pray. → Read More

The old Copacabana Hotel may soon be rubble

The old Copacabana Hotel on Beck Avenue in St. Andrews could soon be gone. → Read More

Bay County Audubon Society hosts National Geographic filmmaker

The Bay County Audubon Society is hosting Bob Poole as he presents his film 'Nature Roars Back.' → Read More

Evolve with JT

So you've tried everything to get healthy and nothing seems to work. You've joined the gym, tried every fad diet there is and still nothing. One local coach believes he may have the answer and seems to be helping a lot of folks evolve into a better lifestyle. → Read More

Veteran Family Bee Farm

If you frequent local farmers markets you will probably spot a sign that says Register Family Farm. In this case, the family is full of veterans and the farm is a honey bee farm. The six brothers and sisters went to the same military school and became Army officers. Now all but one work the farm. → Read More

Junior League of Panama City makes history

The Junior League of Panama City made history Friday by appointing its first African American president. → Read More

Local senior citizens honored

May is Older Americans Appreciation Month, and Thursday local seniors were treated to a special day just for them. → Read More

The tortoise and the hurricane

You know the story about the tortoise and the hare but have you heard the one about the tortoise and the hurricane? A local reptile tried to outrun mother nature but ended up taking the long way home. → Read More

Local veteran finds sweet victory in second career

How would you react if your world suddenly went dark and silent? One Santa Rosa Beach man experienced that on the battlefield, but he's claiming sweet victory in his second career. → Read More

Signs of the storm

What started out as a way to stave off boredom has turned into a small business for two local teenagers with the proceeds helping one big Hurricane Michael victim. → Read More

Foster families getting help after Hurricane Michael

Many of Bay County's foster families are struggling, just like the rest of us, to put their lives back together. Life Management Center in Panama City handles many of the foster cases in the 14th District. Even though several of the staff members themselves are in need of help, they're putting the needs of their clients first. → Read More