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The pandemic hasn't been easy for any college students. Many getting unmotivated and struggling after switching to virtual learning.  However, that's not the case for the 2020 nursing graduates at the University of West Florida.  The... [Read More]
Going virtual for 2021 allowed Mobile's Jewish Film Fest to find partners in Huntsville, Pensacola... [Read More]
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Not long after his mother died on an October day in 2003, David Blackman journeyed with his teenage daughter from Pensacola, Fla., to the narrow... [Read More]
A Pensacola man has been sentenced to serve 20 years in prison two years after a crash that killed a 15-year-old boy and his big... [Read More]
Members of the Pensacola Wahoos staff rolled up their sleeves on Tuesday and put in hard work to clean up a Pensacola park. [Read More]
You always hear the saying "I'm going to write a book when I retire…" well one former Pensacola police officer did just that and recently released... [Read More]
The suit centers on the Dec. 6, 2019, shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola in which Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani shot and killed three U.S. sailors. [Read More]
The families alleged that the shooter told fellow Saudi air force trainees about his plans ahead of the attack on Dec. 6 in which three... [Read More]
Victims of a 2019 shooting at a Florida military base and their families are suing Saudi Arabia, claiming the kingdom knew the gunman had been... [Read More]
The victims of the 2019 shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola are suing Saudi Arabia, claiming the kingdom knew the gunman had been radicalized. [Read More]
The victims of the 2019 shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola are suing Saudi Arabia, claiming the kingdom knew the gunman had been radicalized. [Read More]
Families of three U.S. service members who were killed and 13 others who were wounded in a shooting by a Saudi gunman at Pensacola Naval... [Read More]
The families of three U.S. [Read More]
Relatives of those killed and injured in the December 2019 terror attack on a Florida base sued Saudi Arabia on Monday, claiming the Saudis knew... [Read More]
Victims of a 2019 shooting at a Florida military base and their families are suing Saudi Arabia, claiming the kingdom knew the gunmen had been... [Read More]
The complaint asks the court to find that Saudi Arabia is liable and seeks damages for the attack. [Read More]
Share:ShareTweetEmail The families of three U.S. service members killed and 13 others who were severely wounded at Naval Air Station Pensacola have sued Saudi Arabia... [Read More]
The families of the three U.S. sailors killed during the 2019 terrorist attack at NAS Pensacola, along with other victims, are suing the Kingdom of... [Read More]
The 158-page complaint, filed in federal court in Pensacola on Monday, claims the shooter, Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) 2nd Lt. Ahmed Mohammed Al-Shamrani, had fellow Saudi military trainees... [Read More]
The families of three U.S. service members killed at Naval Air Station Pensacola sued Saudi Arabia over its role in the Dec. 6, 2019 attack. [Read More]
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