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More than 137 area veterans have become dive certified through Pensacola's Veterans Dive Locker, a nonprofit program started seven years ago. [Read More]
Pensacola Beach leaders say the beach is too cluttered by signs warning about things like rip currents, bird nesting, animal ordinances and trash. [Read More]
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A series of Pensacola events will pay tribute to the contributions of Japanese-Americans during World War II. [Read More]
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The Santa Rosa Island Authority is upset over an Escambia County plan to build a new parking lot near Casino Beach. [Read More]
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Perdido Key is preparing to welcome 25 wounded warriors and dozens of their family members for a week-long event. [Read More]
A veterans group is searching for photographs of 19 Escambia County Marines and soldiers who died in the Vietnam War. [Read More]
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Problem-plagued land swap between Escambia County and Navy delayed again after cost dispute... [Read More]
The Marines have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local charities through the annual Semper Fi 5K charity run. [Read More]
The latest forecast calls for Irma to go right up the spine of Florida, but the cone of error still goes into the eastern Gulf. [Read More]
Experts say now is the time for residents to make storm preparations as Hurricane Irma churns in the Atlantic. [Read More]
While Pensacola has raked in millions of tourism dollars from the world's largest artificial reef, experts say the area is failing to provide basic medical... [Read More]
Sen. Bill Nelson is reconsidering his support for a bill that would allow private ownership of large swaths of Pensacola Beach and Navarre Beach. [Read More]
The 1,4000-square-foot lounge includes free WiFi, cable TV, laptops, a self-serve kitchen, a rest area with couches and an outdoor recreation area. [Read More]
Retired Marine Lt. Col. Charles D. Lea flew many missions during two tours in Vietnam, but one mission on March 5, 1966, sticks out. [Read More]
More than 70 years after the end of World War II, a Pensacola man still has vivid memories of shooting down kamikaze planes in the... [Read More]
Some shook hands and others shouted as Saturday's Confederate monument rally delved into the deeper issues the statue appears to represent. [Read More]
Experts say the Florida Panhandle lacks access to hyperbaric chambers needed to treat divers with decompression sickness. [Read More]
Watch protesters and counter protesters live at Lee Square. [Read More]
A student at West Florida High has launched a petition to change the school district's dress code policy. [Read More]
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