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Posted in Crime

2019 NAS shooting reports points to self-radicalization, lack of coordination and toxic climate

As we approached the anniversary of the attack by 2nd Lt. Mohammed Alshamrani, a 21-year-old Royal Saudi Air Force member,  that killed three sailors and…

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Posted in Health

COVID cases and positivity rates continue to climb

For the third consecutive week, COVID-19 new cases reported trended higher in Escambia County, though the rate of increase has slowed. The biggest jump in…

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Posted in Politics

Robinson: Masks, Lockdowns and ‘Confusion’

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly With COVID cases in the area on the increase, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson held a press conference on Thursday urging people…

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Posted in Entertainment

Podcast: Bruce Robert Coffin, Portland and John Byron

Recently, I interviewed author Bruce Robert Coffin for my podcast “And the Murders Began.” Bruce spent more than 27 years in law enforcement and supervised…

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Posted in Pensacola

CPAC searches for ‘Sea Legs’

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Two months into their charge, Pensacola’s Citizen Police Advisory Committee members are entertaining an identity crisis. Who are they? What is…

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Posted in Health

COVID: November cases may top Oct and Sept combined

The COVID-19 stats as of Wednesday, Nov. 18 have been published by the Florida Department of Health.  Escambia County has the most new cases since…

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Posted in Caring

Pet pantry supplies critically low

The Pensacola Humane Society’s Pet Pantry is in dire need of cat and dog food. Demand is extremely high due to the Covid-19 pandemic and…

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Posted in Health

GBHS has over 100 students out due to COVID-19

Gulf Breeze High School has had to cancel several soccer games due to COVID-19. As contact tracing is done through the school, more and more…

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Posted in Escambia County Recovery

Escambia County gives less than a third of CARES to families and businesses

The Escambia County administration this morning sent out its update on the status of its $57.2-million share of the CARES Act. According to the figures…

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