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Efforts to lure international tourists paying off

In his job renting jet skis on Pensacola Beach, Scott Wassner sees a lot of visitors from Texas, Louisiana and Georgia.

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01.Oct.2016


Escambia County children deserve more reading time

Every night my parents tucked me into bed and read to me classic Dr. Seuss. And that makes me one of the lucky ones.

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01.Oct.2016


Pensacola fire displaces 21

Six adults and 15 children were displaced in a Saturday morning fire in Pensacola. No one was transported to local hospitals.

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01.Oct.2016


Old East Hill home now a 'Historic Place'

When Bruce Block and husband Tony Rhodes purchased the old Victorian home two years ago, they had to sign release-of-liability forms just to walk on the disintegrating porch.

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30.Sep.2016


20 years at the baton: Rubardt leads the Pensacola Symphony

Celebrating 20 years as maestro of the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Peter Rubardt looks back — and to the future.

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01.Oct.2016


Pensacola Seafood Festival need-to-know info

One of Pensacola's favorite festivals returns to downtown Pensacola this weekend. Get all the info here!

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01.Oct.2016


ECSO: Drug bust worth more than $200K

Four people were arrested in two separate drug busts Wednesday.

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30.Sep.2016


UWF president-elect Saunders negotiating deal

Mort O'Sullivan handling negotiations for the board of trustees.

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30.Sep.2016


Mom faults mental illness in fatal stabbing

Laura Jenkins, the mother of a 15-year-old charged with murder, said her son has a history of mental illness.

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01.Oct.2016


People's Law School tackles real-world issues

The People's Law School is held in October each year to teach citizens about the law and their rights

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30.Sep.2016