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PPD gets bias training

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly While the Pensacola Police Department’s implicit bias training may result in a more enlightened municipal force, Cedric Alexander said this week…

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Posted in Florida State & National News

Poll: Biden leads Florida Primary

Joe Biden still leads the Democratic Party field in the Florida Presidential Primary, but his lead has narrowed over the past 10 months. Late entry,…

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Posted in Florida State & National News

Gaetz pledges to no longer take federal PAC money

Congressman Matt Gaetz spoke this afternoon at the 2020 Conservative Political Action Conference. He announced that he no longer would take campaign contributions from federal…

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Posted in News

Morning Joe-Inweekly connection

Morning Joe had several Inweekly connections this week.  Joe Scarborough, founder of the Florida Sun and publisher emeritus of The Independent Florida Sun – predecessors…

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Posted in Baseball Pensacola

Blue Wahoo stadium to get safety netting

Last year, the Pensacola Blue Wahoos asked the city of Pensacola to provide safety netting to protect fans along the right and left field lines,…

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Posted in Caring Politics

Fundraiser for deputy shot in NAS attack

On the morning of December 6, 2019, a terrorist attack occurred at Naval Air Station in Pensacola. The assailant killed three people and injured eight…

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Posted in Business

Visit Pensacola committee picks CEO

Press release: The Visit Pensacola search committee has recommended Pamela Johnson as the next president/ CEO of the organization to the Visit Pensacola Board of…

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Posted in Politics Veterans

More Saudi students coming to NAS Pensacola

The Navy issued a statement that the it has resumed flight training for the Royal Saudi Air Force. Official Statement: “Saudi Arabian International Military Students…

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Posted in Escambia County

Curbing Gun Violence: ‘No magic pill’

At yesterday’s presser, Chief Deputy Chip Simmons, who handles the operational side of the sheriff’s office, talked about his agency is addressing the problem. “We’ve…

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