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Early Morning Blaze At Nine Mile Restaurant Quickly Extinguished

Firefighters discovered a small kitchen fire inside the Tokyo Restaurant on Nine Mile Road early Saturday morning Someone at a nearby... 

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Two Injured In Early Morning Cantonment Wreck

Two Injured In Early Morning Cantonment Wreck

At least two people were injured in an early morning crash in Cantonment. A pickup truck and car collided on Muscogee Road at Webb... 

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Tate Beats West Florida (With Photo Gallery)

Tate Beats West Florida (With Photo Gallery)

The Tate High School Aggies beat the West Florida Jaguars 17-3 Friday night at Woodham Middle School. The West Florida Jaguars took... 

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High School Football Score Roundup

Here is a look at Friday night’s high school football scores from across the area: FLORIDA Tate 17, West Florida 3 [Read more,... 

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Northwest Escambia Opens Season Today At Home

The season is underway for the Northwest Escambia Chiefs Youth and Football program. Today, the NWE youth program will host W.S. Neal... 

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Tonight’s High School Football Scores

Here is a look at tonight’s high school football scores from across the area: FLORIDA Tate 17, West Florida 3 [Read more, photos...] Resurrection... 

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Master Organ Builder In Concert Tonight In Molino

Master Organ Builder In Concert Tonight In Molino

Organist Tom Helms will be in concert on at 6:30 tonight at Aldersgate United Methodist Church. Seating is limited and a love offering... 

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Mississippi’s Top 1A Team Defeats The Jay Royals (With Gallery)

Mississippi’s Top 1A Team Defeats The Jay Royals (With Gallery)

The Jay Royals were defeated 12-0 by Resurrection Catholic Friday night at Merle V. North Stadium in Jay. Resurrection Catholic is... 

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Rain Chances Increase As Labor Day Draws Near

Rain Chances Increase As Labor Day Draws Near

Here is your official North Escambia area forecast: Saturday: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 1pm.... 

September 5, 2015 | Read the story »

Volleyball: Baker Defeats Northview

The Baker Gators defeated the Northview Chiefs in high school volleyball action Thursday in Bratt. JV Baker def. Northview 2-0 4-25,... 

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Bense Reappointed As UWF President As Process Begins To Hire New Leader

Judy Bense, president of the University of West Florida since 2007, received approval Thursday to remain in the post as the Pensacola... 

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Wahoos Maintain Divison Lead Despite Loss

The Pensacola Blue Wahoos struggles against perennial Southern League contender the Mobile BayBears continued Thursday. Mobile, just... 

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Thursday Football: Ernest Ward Beats Miller; WFHS Bests Tate

Thursday night football scores: Ernest Ward Middle 34, T.R. Miller 10 West Florida JV 26, Tate 0 West Florida Freshmen 48, Tate 6  Read More →

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Man Sentenced To 12 Years For Burglary, Grand Theft

An Escambia County man convicted on burglary related charges will spend the next 12 years in state prison. Trenton Marquis Fails was... 

September 3, 2015 | Read the story »

Northview To Hold Open House Next Week

Northview High School will hold an Open House next week. The even will be held from 6-7 p.m. on Tuesday, September 8 with school faculty... 

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Escambia Sheriff’s Office Presents Quarterly Awards

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office held their quarterly awards ceremony Wednesday, with Sheriff David Morgan presenting the... 

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State Sets 320 Bear Limit For Upcoming Hunt

A target was placed on at least 320 black bears Wednesday as the once-threatened species will be hunted across Florida next month... 

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Gunshots Fired During Domestic Dispute, One Injured

Gunshots were apparently fired in a domestic dispute this near Walnut Hill Wednesday morning. The Escambia County Sheriffs Office... 

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Unlikely Best Friends Battle Cancer As Family Fights For More Research Funding

Bryant Cooper, age 18 years, and Kena Spivey, age 19 months, might seem like the most unlikely of best friends.  Their friendship,... 

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Northview High Needs School Advisory Council Members

Northview High School needs volunteers for their  2015-2016 School Advisory Council. The council meets four times each year after... 

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Florida’s New Public School Test Found Valid

A study has found the state’s new standardized test for public-school students is valid, paving the way for the exam to be used... 

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Cantonment Cowboys To Hold Wall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

An induction ceremony for the new Cantonment Cowboys Wall of Fame will be held this Saturday at the Cantonment Sportsplex on Well Line... 

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Cantonment Man Gets Life For Sexual Assault, Carjacking

A Cantonment carjacking and sexual assault suspect was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison as a prison releasee reoffender. Under the... 

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Prison’s Cabinetry Program Provides Desks For Elementary School

Santa Rosa Correctional Institution’s cabinetry program provided 36 desks to Jay Elementary School to use in a first and fifth... 

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Gulf Power Customers To See Rate Decrease Next Year

Beginning in January, Gulf Power customers will see a 2.7 percent decrease in their electricity bills if approved by the Florida Public... 

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Volleyball: Neal Tops NHS, Jay Over Central

W.S. Neal defeated Northview, and Jay defeated Central in high school volleyball action Tuesday. At Northview W.S. Neal JV def. Northview... 

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Fishing Rodeo To Benefit Backpack Project

The Escambia County School District’s 2015 Family Fishing Rodeo will be held at the Grand Lagoon Golf Club September 4-6..  This... 

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Wahaoos Start Final Series Atop Division

The Pensacola Blue Wahoos lost the rubber match Tuesday to the Jackson Generals but it didn’t matter because the Mississippi Braves... 

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One Critically Injured In Crash Near State Line

One person was critically in a crash outside Flomaton near the Alabama/Florida state line Tuesday afternoon. First responders used... 

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Highway 29 Armed Robbery Suspect Found Passed Out In Lawn Chair

An Escambia County man was arrested Monday for the armed robbery of a Highway 29 antiques store after deputies found him passed out... 

September 1, 2015 | Read the story »

Escambia Teen Claims $3 Million Lottery Prize

The Florida Lottery announced Monday that Tyler Stone, 19, of Pensacola, claimed a $3 million top prize in the $600 million GOLD RUSH... 

September 1, 2015 | Read the story »

Northview To Host Mini-Majorette Clinic

The Northview High School Majorettes will host a Mini-Majorette Clinic on September 8, 9 and 10 from 4-5 p.m. each day. The clinic... 

September 1, 2015 | Read the story »

Emergency Repairs Next Week On Quintette Road Bridge

The Quintette Rooad Bridge will be temporarily shifted to a single lane due to bridge repairs from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. beginning Tuesday,... 

September 1, 2015 | Read the story »

Bill Would Give OK To Save Dogs, Cats From Hot Cars

People would be able to smash the windows of hot cars and remove unattended dogs or cats if they get law enforcement approval, under... 

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