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Top NorthEscambia.com stories of this past week

Top NorthEscambia.com stories of this past week

No one covers north Escambia County better than William Reynolds. These are some of his top stories for this past week: State Attorney To Appeal Sentence That Allows Sex Offender Doc To Remain Free: An Escambia County doctor, Brian Mitchell Lee, was designated as a sex offender and sentenced [...]

Staremaster champ upset in rematch

Staremaster champ upset in rematch

Will Lemon, III Will Lemon defeated reigning StareMaster champion Dave Wiggin at last night's Rematch of the Decade held at the Saenger Theatre in downtown Pensacola. Ten years ago, Wiggin, a Pensacola native, bested Lemon, who represented New York City, in the world championship held at JFK [...]

UWF Upcoming Events feature Century Business Challenge, Civil Rights and Dead Sea Scrolls

UWF Upcoming Events feature Century Business Challenge, Civil Rights and Dead Sea Scrolls

University of West Florida Upcoming Events March 1-7, 2015 Below are upcoming events at the University of West Florida: Title: Upcoming Century Business Challenge Orientation Date: March 3 Time: 6 p.m. Location: Century Community Center, 6001 A Industrial Blvd. in Century Details: [...]

IN 2010: Victor Steen and the pursuit for justice

IN 2010: Victor Steen and the pursuit for justice

By Sean Boone Inquest Decides Wrongdoing In Teen's Death The nightly news flickers with a shot of blue lights. A voice follows with information regarding the death of a teenager in Brownsville. It's Oct. 4, 2009 and Cassandra Steen has just settled in for the evening--flipping television [...]

Pensacon 2015 Saturday (video)

Pensacon 2015 Saturday (video)

Pensacola took over downtown Pensacola on Saturday. I sat in on talks by Dr. Who's Colin Baker, Star Trek Voyager's Garrett Wang and Star Trek Next Generation's Marina Sirtis. The Pensacola Bay Center was overflowing, but I was able to find Waldo in the crowd. At 3:30 pm, I participated in the [...]

IN 2010: How safe is our water

IN 2010: How safe is our water

By Sean Boone National Study Shines Light On Water Standards It wasn't so long ago when one might walk to their kitchen sink, place a glass under the faucet and pull the lever without a second thought of what might come out. Something as commonplace as turning the ignition of a car or [...]

Kennedy coming to Pensacola in May

Kennedy coming to Pensacola in May

WSRE, PBS for the Gulf Coast, will present Academy Award-nominated and Emmy® Award-winning producer Rory Kennedy on Tuesday, May 19 at 7 p.m. as part of the station’s new Public Square Speakers Series. The free event will be held at the WSRE Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio. Kennedy’s [...]

Civil Rights Group calls on advertisers to abandon Bill O’Reilly

Civil Rights Group calls on advertisers to abandon Bill O’Reilly

ColorOfChange.org is calling on advertisers to pull their ads from The O'Reilly Factor after news this week that O'Reilly fabricated a story about being attacked by protestors while covering the 1992 Los Angeles riots. ColorOfChange.org announced that it will be contacting O'Reilly's advertisers [...]

Economic Impact of Gulf Coast Diplomacy Council

Economic Impact of Gulf Coast Diplomacy Council

Six members of the Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council recently returned from Washington, D.C., where they attended a meeting sponsored by the U.S. Department of State focusing on citizen diplomacy. Executive Director Jena Melancon co-chaired the event which had over 800 attendees and featured [...]

Pensacon 2015 starts at 10 am (photos)

Pensacon 2015 starts at 10 am (photos)

Crowds are lining up for the second day of Pensacon 2015. I spoke with costumed visitors from Puerto Rico, Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama. Click here for today's schedule.

IN 2005: Mysterious Death of Willie Junior

IN 2005: Mysterious Death of Willie Junior

By Duwayne Escobedo In a roomful of the best and brightest newspaper and TV reporters from Mobile and Pensacola, no one dared ask the one question weighing on everyone's mind. No one put State Attorney Bill Eddins, State Attorney Investigator Allen Cotton, Medical Examiner Andrea Minyard or [...]

Life in the Florida Senate Thunderdome

Life in the Florida Senate Thunderdome

By DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Pension reform. Gambling. Pot. Alcohol wars. Many of this legislative session's thorniest issues --- and more --- rest in the hands of Sen. Rob Bradley, a laid-back junior legislator and chairman of a committee dubbed by Senate President Andy Gardiner [...]

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