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Former Florida Senator Greg Evers was killed overnight and the wreckage from his car discovered Tuesday afternoon in Okaloosa County. [Read More]
Current and former lawmakers turned to social media to express their shock and grief at the death of former Florida Sen. Greg Evers. [Read More]
The baseline report and dashboard show how Escambia County compares to the state in kindergarten readiness, reading, math and high school graduation. [Read More]
Navarre High ranked No. 9 in Class 6A preseason AP poll... [Read More]
Milton resident Debbie Cook says the city's plan to add stop signs at three busy intersections will not be an effective measure to control speeding. [Read More]
The state says Edgardo Xavier Rivera was found with 385 grams of crystal meth. [Read More]
Details at this time are limited, but other media reports indicate Evers may have been killed in a car crash in Okaloosa County. [Read More]
Jennifer Grove from Gulf Power Co. and Zach Jenkins from the University of West Florida Haas Center introduce two new data sources on local education... [Read More]
Blue Wahoos pitcher Deck McGuire throws against the Jackson Generals at Blue Wahoos Stadium on Monday, August 21, 2017. [Read More]
From left, Michael Burroughs, Gulf Power vice president and senior production officer, and Coronal Energy President Ed Feo symbolically flip the switch to begin producing... [Read More]
Florida is increasing penalties to make sure kids aren't left in vehicles. (Emma Kennedy/ [Read More]
Pensacola triathlete Teresa Hess successfully swam from the Navarre Beach Boat Ramp to the Quietwater Pavilions on Pensacola Beach on Aug. 19, 2017. [Read More]
Teresa Hess completed a 20-mile practice swim in Santa Rosa Sound to gear up for the 2018 Tampa Bay Frogman Swim. [Read More]
Race, faith, politics, education, economics are all on the table for the third annual Community Summit. [Read More]
Washington High product and NCAA Division II Defensive Player of the Year Whitney Richardson signed a free-agent contract with the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday. [Read More]
The company held a ceremony to mark the achievement at Pensacola Naval Air Station's Saufley Field, hosts of a 366-acre, 50 megawatt installation. [Read More]
Gulf Power begins producing solar energy for 18,000 homes in three counties. [Read More]
Pensacola's Veterans Memorial Park plans to memorialize the 15 Marines and one Navy corpsman killed in a KC-130 aircraft crash in rural Mississippi. [Read More]
The cost of insurance company's profit-driven procedures increasingly falls on doctors, who spend more time on paperwork than caring for patients. [Read More]
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