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Cyberstalker who targeted women indicted by federal grand jury

September 15, 2015

A federal grand jury returned an indictment charging Michael Daniel Rubens, 30, formerly of Tallahassee, with seven counts of cyberstalking, five counts of unauthorized access to a protected computer, and one count of aggravated identity theft.…

Business

Amazon.com founder Bezos building rockets in Florida

September 15, 2015

By JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Blue Origin, the aerospace effort of technology entrepreneur Jeff Bezos, will build a $200 million manufacturing facility just south of Kennedy Space Center that will employ about 330…

2016 Election

Wilson: Trump bubble will burst (podcast)

September 15, 2015

On Monday, I interviewed GOP political strategist Rick Wilson about his take on the latest CNN poll that has Donald Trump increasing his lead in the GOP presidential field, gaining 8 points since August. Trump landed…

2016 Election

Matt Gaetz has a gun bill

September 15, 2015

A House Republican on Monday filed a proposal that would allow people with concealed-weapons licenses to openly carry firearms. The bill (HB 163), filed by Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fort Walton Beach, will be considered by lawmakers…

Pensacola

Council Week begins, next episode Wednesday

September 15, 2015

By Jeremy Morrison The Pensacola City Council dove into a jam-packed week last night, trying to wrap its arms around the Maritime Park lease process and issues facing the Community Redevelopment Agency, before hitting the next…

Education

UWF Volleyball jumps five spots in Coaches Poll

September 15, 2015

Press release: University of West Florida volleyball ranks No. 20 in American Volleyball Coaches Association DII Top 25 Coaches Poll The University of West Florida volleyball team jumped five spots in the latest American Volleyball Coaches…

Business Education

EntreCon tickets now on sale

September 15, 2015

Press release: After months of planning, tickets for EntreCon are now on sale. Presented by The UWF Center for Entrepreneurship, EntreCon is a two-day conference for entrepreneurs, business owners and those who strive to be future…

Education

PSC student named state president of HOSA

September 14, 2015

Pensacola State College sophomore Jay Tellis is the newly selected state president of Health Occupations Students of America. With more than 13,600 members in secondary and post-secondary/collegiate chapters, Florida HOSA is the second largest state association…

Pensacola

Pensacola: The Historic Elections of 1951

September 14, 2015

by Diane Mack, president of The Institute for Women in Politics of Northwest Florida On April 24, 1951, voters went to the polls in the Democratic primary election for the Pensacola City Council (there were no…

Pensacola

New ruling: Hawkshaw RFP is dead

September 14, 2015

Special Liaison Rusty Wells has sent to the Pensacola City Council additional information regarding the Hawkshaw RFP and whether Councilman Larry Johnson could bring up the proposals for reconsideration. The answer is no. Mr. Johnson’s recommendation…

News Pensacola

Johnson disappointed

September 14, 2015

I received the following email from Council Vice President Larry Johnson about his CRA recommendation being pulled. He’s not happy that we made an inquiry: Rick, why are you more concerned with parliamentary issues than the…