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Escambia Woman Arrested For Bomb Threat To Navy Recruiter

Escambia Woman Arrested For Bomb Threat To Navy Recruiter

An Escambia County woman was arrested after making a bomb threat to a Navy recruiter. First Class Petty Officer Charles Brockett told... 

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Byrneville Elementary 5th Graders ‘On Trial’

Byrneville Elementary 5th Graders ‘On Trial’

Fifth grade students from Byrneville Elementary School had the opportunity to visit the M.C. Blanchard Judicial Center on Wednesday.... 

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NRA: Camput Carry Gun Bills ‘Will Be Back’

Failed efforts to allow people to carry concealed weapons on college campuses and to allow some public-school employees and volunteers... 

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Dates Set For Florida Special Session

Legislative leaders agreed Wednesday on the dates for a special session to hammer out a compromise on the state budget, as the federal... 

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Tate To Play For State After Semifinal Win

Tate To Play For State After Semifinal Win

The Tate Lady Aggies won their 7A state semifinal game over Bartow Wednesday, 7-1, to advance to the state championship game today.... 

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Jay Wins Semifinal Game, Plays For State Today

Jay Wins Semifinal Game, Plays For State Today

The Jay Lady Royals beat Sneads Wednesday 6-1 to advance to today’s state championship game. Jay hitters were: Michaela Stewart... 

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Smokies Top Wahoos

For the past two seasons, pitcher Robert Stephenson earned the tab as top prospect in the Cincinnati Reds organization. With a fastball... 

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Cox Inspirational Heroes Named

The annual Inspirational Student Hero Awards were presented Tuesday. Cox Communications recognized 47 students from Escambia County... 

May 6, 2015 | Read the story »

Escambia Man Indicted For 2014 Murder

Tuesday, an Escambia County Grand Jury indicted 23-year old Tony James Leamon Stroud, Jr. for first degree murder in the death of Tyler... 

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Volunteers Wrap Up Plans For May 16 Reimagine Century Event

The final organizational meeting for Reimagine Century was held Tuesday for volunteers and involved organizations to make last minute... 

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Photos: A Very Tall Job

Workers were busy on a tall job in Bratt Tuesday — working on a 120 foot tall water tower on North Highway 99 at Water Tank... 

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Northview Beats Liberty County, Chiefs Head To Regional Finals

The Northview Chiefs beat Liberty County 7-0 in Bratt Tuesday night in the Region 2-1A semifinals. With the playoff win, the Chiefs... 

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Elementary Students Get Up Close Look At LifeFlight

Kindergarten students at Beulah Elementary School had the opportunity to get an up close look at the LifeFlight medical helicopter... 

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Blue Wahoos Beat The Tennesee Smokies

The Pensacola Blue Wahoos had no hits through five innings, but finally unloaded on Tennessee Smokies starter Jeffry Antigua in the... 

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Volunteer Florida Awards $150K In Grants

Volunteer Florida announced $150,000 in grant funding for 15 nonprofits and service organizations in Florida, including two in Escambia... 

May 5, 2015 | Read the story »

Tate’s Simmons Signs With Alabama State

Tate High School senior Regine Simmons has signed a volleyball scholarship with Alabama State University. Simmons is pictured being... 

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Fallen Florida Law Officers Honored

Bagpipes played “Amazing Grace” at the state Capitol on Monday as hundreds of law-enforcement officers from across the... 

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Tickets Still Available For ‘Hairspray’ Musical

Tickets are still available for the Northview High School Theatre Department presentation of the Broadway musical “Hairspray”... 

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Tate To State: Lady Aggies Hit The Road

The Tate Lady Aggies hit the road Monday for Vero Beach and the state semifinals. The Lady  Aggies will face the Bartow High School... 

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Jackson Tops The Pcola Blue Wahoos 15-4

For the third time in the five-game series, the Jackson Generals hung six runs in an inning Monday on the Pensacola Blue Wahoos. After... 

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Semi Trailer Cut In Half In Train Collision

The trailer of a semi-truck hauling auto parts was literally cut in half in a collision with a train Monday afternoon in Brewton. ... 

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Blue Wahoos Beat Jackson

Pensacola Blue Wahoos pitcher Josh Smith picked up his second win of the season by throwing seven scoreless innings against the Jackson... 

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Woman Dies When Her Home Is Hit By Vehicle

An Escambia County woman sitting in her living room died in a traffic Sunday. Donna Sue Alexander, 52,was inside her home in the 1600... 

May 4, 2015 | Read the story »

Northview Teacher Recognized By Freedoms Foundation

Northview High School social studies teacher James Moretz has been recognized by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. He has received... 

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NewsRadio 1620 Wins Edward R. Murrow Award

NewsRadio1620 has won a 2015 regional Edward R. Murrow Award from the national Radio, Television, Digital News Association (RTNDA). The... 

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Molino Thrift Store Ministry Suffering After Theft

The Molino community is reaching out to help a local non-profit that suffered a theft sometime Saturday afternoon. The Molino Outreach... 

May 3, 2015 | Read the story »

Not About The Catch: Pen Wheels Fishing Rodeo Held In Walnut Hill (With Gallery)

The 41st annual Pen Wheels Fishing Rodeo was held Saturday in Walnut Hill. Over the history of the fishing rodeo, it has been held... 

May 3, 2015 | Read the story »

Photos: Century Sawmill Day

Hundreds of people attended the annual Sawmill Day in Saturday at Century’s historical park. The event featured entertainment,... 

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National Day Of Prayer Events Planned

This Thursday is the National Day of Prayer, and events are planned across the North Escambia area: Wednesday night – Molino A... 

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Photos: Sawmill Day Car Show (And A Really Cool Red Flyer Wagon)

Large crowds attended the annual Sawmill Day Car Show in Century on Saturday. For more photos, including a Radio Flyer wagon like... 

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Photo Gallery: Thousands Celebrate Mayfest

From beautiful babies, cute dogs, arts and crafts, entertainment and plenty of fun, Mayfest 2015 had a little bit of something... 

May 3, 2015 | Read the story »