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'He died fighting for his brothers,' Niger ambush survivor says of fallen US soldier

ABC News has learned chilling new details about the Niger mission gone wrong.

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23.Oct.2017


Soldier killed in Niger was famous for bike stunts before the Army

La David Johnson was killed in an ambush.

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23.Oct.2017


College football players plead not guilty in alleged assault on student

They've been charged with aggravated battery, mob action and unlawful restraint.

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23.Oct.2017


Trump attorney Michael Cohen scheduled to meet with House Russia investigators

Cohen has served as Trump’s personal attorney for years.

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23.Oct.2017


Suspect captured in California shooting spree that killed 2, injured 3

The motive is not known at this time.

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23.Oct.2017


In Asia, Trump to warn North Korea but not likely visit DMZ

President Donald Trump is not planning to visit the militarized border between North and South Korea known as the DMZ when he visits Asia next month

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23.Oct.2017


EPA keeps scientists from speaking about report on climate

The agency has kept three scientists from appearing at an event.

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23.Oct.2017


NFL denies banning Janet Jackson from Super Bowl

What happened the last time Justin Timberlake performed at the Super Bowl.

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23.Oct.2017


WATCH: Bill O'Reilly fires back after New York Times report

The former Fox News anchor denies he was part of a $32 million sexual harassment settlement.

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23.Oct.2017


Trump shoots down retirement limit to pay for GOP tax cuts

President Donald Trump is promising there will be "no change" to tax incentives for the popular 401(k) retirement programs

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23.Oct.2017


SRSO names shooting victim, details drug arrest

MILTON — Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office authorities held a press conference Monday afternoon to give more information on two incidents over the weekend.In the first, Santa Rosa County Sheriff Bob Johnson identified the man killed in an early morning shooting Saturday as 39-year-old Marcus Mulinix, who had no known address.Mulinix was shot at a home on the 5000 block of Bent Tree Road at around 12:45 a.m. in what authorities are describing as a possible "stand [...]

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23.Oct.2017


EPA cancels talks by 3 agency scientists at Rhode Island event

The federal agency canceled presentations that were set to be delivered by three staff members on Monday to discuss a report on current conditions in Narragansett Bay and future threats that include climate change.

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23.Oct.2017


5 men charged for trying to solicit sex from minors

Operation Nightstalker targeted suspects communicating with individuals they believed to be a minor for sex.

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23.Oct.2017


Pace High celebrates homecoming (PHOTOS)

PACE — Pace High School had its homecoming parade Thursday evening along Norris Road.Dancers danced. The marching band played. The Shriners, the homecoming court and other groups threw beaded necklaces and candy to the crowd.Several floats encouraged a victory in the homecoming football game against Tate High School.Watch the parade video at www.srpressgazette.com to spot the unicyclist.[gh:style].embed-container { position: relative; [...]

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Gulf Breeze High to compete in robotics competition (PHOTOS)

GULF BREEZE — Gulf Breeze High School’s Robotics Club is among those participating in the Emerald Coast BEST Robotics competition.GBHS’s club, along with other area middle and high school teams, will participate in the Crossfire-themed event, based on fire safety, starting 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 21 at the University of West Florida in Pensacola.The robotics competition kicked off Sept. 16 and each team received a box of parts with which to build the robot. [...]

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23.Oct.2017


What's Happening in Santa Rosa County

MILTON — Upcoming Santa Rosa County events and activities are as follows. TRUNK OR TREAT: Saturday, Oct. 28, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Pace Presbyterian Church, 4587 Woodbine Road, Pace. New Beginnings Preschool will serve homemade chili. PPC will grill sausages, hot dogs and provide a hot cocoa bar since the weather will be chilly. Children can enjoy candy and games. A costume contest winner scores a $10 gift certificate to the Santa Rosa Farmers Market, the [...]

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23.Oct.2017


5 things to do this weekend in Santa Rosa County

1. GO TRICK-OR-TREATING. The Jay Chamber of Commerce will host Trick or Treat on Commerce Street 5-8 p.m. Oct. 27 in Jay. Trick or Treat booths will open at 5 p.m. and a kid’s costume contest will begin at 6:30 p.m. Contact Eric Seib at 686-6916 for more information on the event.2. ENJOY LOCAL MUSIC. Bands on the Blackwater returns 7-9 p.m. Oct. 27 on South Willing Street for the final concert of the fall series. The outdoor concert series, [...]

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23.Oct.2017


Milton Kiwanis hears from Central Key Club

Principal Sean Twitty of Central High School is shown with Abby Bott incoming Key Club President, Mary Passmore incoming officer and Iris Harper the Central High School Key Club Sponsor on the right. Central High School Key Club President Abby Bott spoke about their fundraisers and their commitment to helping the community. Milton Sunrise Kiwanis meets at Tanglewood Golf Course every Wednesday, alternating Breakfast and Lunch meetings. For information on times or Club membership, [...]

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Santa Rosa sheriff's arrests: Oct. 20-23

The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office provided these felony arrest reports for Oct. 20-23.Defendants are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.Coty James Anderson, 21, Milton, vehicle theftCraig Travis Bemis, 40, Milton, larcenyMerton Scott Braley, 37, homeless in Gulf Breeze, drug possessionZachary David Butler, 31, Pensacola, drug possessionJeremy Lee [...]

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23.Oct.2017


Milton Cemetery Board hosts Hayride through History, Taste of the Town (PHOTOS)

MILTON — The Milton Cemetery Board's Hayride through History and Taste of the Town fundraiser invited guests to take a ride through the Milton Historic Cemetery to learn about the town’s history and eat food from various local vendors. About a dozen restaurants hosted booths where participants could get a taste of what each vendor has to offer. Guests could then take a hayride through the cemetery where they would make five stops to learn about local history. [...]

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