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Flomaton Fire Destroys One Home, Damages Another

Flomaton Fire Destroys One Home, Damages Another

An early morning fire destroyed one home and damaged another in Flomaton. The fire was reported about 4 a.m. on Cotton Ridge Drive.... 

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Record High On Friday, Warm Again For The Weekend

Record High On Friday, Warm Again For The Weekend

A record high of 82 was set in Pensacola Friday afternoon, breaking the old record of 79 set in 1975. And we have another warm day... 

February 17, 2018 | Read the story »

Barrineau Park Road Bridge Reopens

Barrineau Park Road Bridge Reopens

The bridge on Barrineau Park Road across the Perdido River into Alabama has reopened. It was closed last Monday due to flooding. The... 

February 17, 2018 | Read the story »


Gov. Scott Calls For FBI Director To Resign

Gov. Rick Scott on Friday demanded FBI Director Christopher Wray resign after the federal agency acknowledged it failed to follow... 

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Escambia Jail Medical Director Terminated

Escambia County Medical Director for Public Safety Paul Henning, who also served as the medical director at the Escambia County Jail,... 

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Motorcyclist Killed In Escambia Crash

Motorcyclist Killed In Escambia Crash

A Friday night crash claimed the life of an Alabama man on new Warrington Road near Martha Avenue. The Florida Highway Patrol said... 

February 17, 2018 | Read the story »

Trump, Florida Leaders Meet With School Shooting Victims

Trump, Florida Leaders Meet With School Shooting Victims

U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson and Florida Senate leaders visited Broward County on Friday as the community continued to reel from a mass... 

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Habitat For Humanity Opens ReStore

Habitat For Humanity Opens ReStore

A ribbon cutting was held Friday morning for a new Pensacola Habitat for Humanity Restore at Eastgate Plaza at the intersection of... 

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Navy Federal Named One Of Fortune’s Best Companies To Work For

Navy Federal Named One Of Fortune’s Best Companies To Work For

Navy Federal Credit Union has been listed at number 42 on Fortune magazine’s list of the “100 Best Companies To Work For”... 

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Tate Lady Aggies Beat Milton

Tate Lady Aggies Beat Milton

The Tate High School Lady Aggies defeated Milton Friday in Cantonment. Tate 2, Milton 0 In varsity action, Tate topped Milton 2-0. Hannah... 

February 17, 2018 | Read the story »

FDOC: Century Work Camp On Lockdown

The Century Work Camp has been under lockdown since Tuesday, according to the Florida Department of Corrections. “In an abundance... 

February 16, 2018 | Read the story »

Killer Of UWF Student Exhausts State Death Sentence Appeals

With the scheduled execution a week away, the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday rejected an appeal by Death Row inmate Eric Scott... 

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Mental Health Money Sought As Florida Reels From School Shooting

Less than 24 hours after a troubled gunman killed 17 people — most of them teenagers — at a Broward County high school,... 

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Escambia Supervisor Of Elections Registers Northview Students To Vote

The Escambia County Supervisor of Elections Office visited Northview High School Thursday to give students a chance to register to... 

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Bratt Elementary Students Open Little Free Library In Travis Nelson Park

A Little Free Library was dedicated Wednesday at the Travis Nelson Park on West Highway 4 in Bratt, thanks to the hard work of students... 

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Driver Hits Boat On Highway 29

A driver hit a boat and trailer Wednesday afternoon on Highway 29 at West Roberts Road Wednesday afternoon. There were no injuries... 

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Gulf Power Seeks To Pass Savings Along To Customers

Wednesday, Gulf Power filed a request with the Florida Public Service Commission seeking approval to pass along approximately $103... 

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Northview FFA Horse Judging Team Advances To State Competition

The Northview High School FFA Horse Judging Team placed tenth recently in the state preliminary competition in Tampa, allowing them... 

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Senate Panel Backs School Mental Health Initiative

Shortly before a mass shooting at a Broward County high school, a Senate committee on Wednesday unanimously approved a bill that... 

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FDOT To Hold Meeting On New Nine Mile Multilane Project Design

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will hold a public hearing concerning proposed access management modifications on... 

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Florida House Approves Push For Year-Round Daylight Saving Time

The Florida House on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved a proposal aimed at observing daylight-saving time year-round in the state.... 

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Driver Runs Through Molino Pipeline Construction Zone

A medical condition may have been to blame for an accident Wednesday night in Molino. A driver, according to witnesses, traveled southbound... 

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Driver Injured In Cantonment Crash That Cut Power For Hundreds

An early morning wreck sent one person to the hospital and cut power to about 750 homes and businesses in Cantonment. The driver of... 

February 14, 2018 | Read the story »

Bratt Couple’s ‘Doomsday Romance’ Was Born On Top Secret Plane, Knowing One Might Not Survive

On Valentine’s Day, a Bratt couple celebrated a “Doomsday romance” born in one of the most secure places on earth,... 

February 14, 2018 | Read the story »

FHP Charges Suspected Hit And Run Driver

The Florida Highway Patrol has arrested a man they say is responsible for a deadly hit-and-run in Escambia County. Lucas Scott Beaty,... 

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Tate High Lockdown, Gun Search Prompted By Student With An Umbrella

A lockdown and a huge law enforcement response were prompted by reports of a possible person entering the Tate High School campus... 

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Fire Destroys Shed, Motorhome And Vehicle

Fire destroyed a shed along with a motorhome and a vehicle under the shed Tuesday in the Pineview community north of Flomaton. The... 

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Sparks Fly On Repeal Of Florida Fireworks Restrictions

A proposal to repeal Florida’s longstanding restrictions on the sale of fireworks remains alive in the House after lawmakers Tuesday... 

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Tate Splits Softball Games Against Pace

The Tate High Aggies varsity softball team fell to Pace High Tuesday night, 5-4. The game was tied at four when Pace singled in the... 

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Atmore Breaks Ground On New Splash Pad To Open Before Summer

A groundbreaking ceremony was held in Atmore Tuesday afternoon for a new splash pad. “The project started in July of last year... 

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Beams Hoisted Into Place On New Arthur Brown Road Bridge

Construction is continuing on a new concreate bridge on Arthur Brown Road in Walnut Hill, where beams that will support the bridge... 

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Man Charged With Attempted Murder After Taking Shooting Victim To Hospital

A man was charged with attempted murder after allegedly shooting a woman several times before taking her to a local emergency room. Gregory... 

February 13, 2018 | Read the story »

Ransom Middle Sixth Grader Arrested With Loaded Gun At School

A Ransom Middle School student was arrested for bringing a loaded handgun to school Tuesday morning. The firearm was located on the... 

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Senate Won’t Move Panhandle To Eastern Time, Keeps Year Round Daylight Saving Time

Most of the Panhandle would remain an hour behind the rest of the state under a revamped Senate proposal that would seek congressional... 

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Century Talks Audit Findings, Policies At Workshop Meeting

The Century Town Council held a lengthy workshop session Monday night to discuss recent audit findings and town policies. “The... 

February 13, 2018 | Read the story »