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Is this the best BP can do?

BP is one of the largest corporations in the world. They’ve told us that they have their best and brightest minds on this. They asked…

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Listener Group Poll says 76% dissatisfied with BP effort

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: According to a recent survey of 2,086 voters conducted by The Listener Group, 82% of the Florida panhandle residents are unsatisfied with…

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Beach Update June 24

Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key Update Thursday, June 24 – 11:30 a.m. – Update #21 If you see tar or oiled debris on the beach….

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Buzz: Oil On Sound Beaches

We’re hearing there is significant oil coating the shorelines within the Sound. Kayaks and other rented vessels from local beach resorts have been coming onshore…

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Buzz: Locals want to expand BP presence in Bayou Chico

A local company, Bayou Chico Properties, LLC, will be approaching the Pensacola City Council tonight about letting BP expand its operations to their property on…

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Do you see it, too?

Every time a BP exec comes to Pensacola whatever he says “blows up” the next day. Vessels of Opportunity: They brag about how they are…

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More photos: Pensacola Beach June 23

These photos are from Kim Carmichael, a professional photographer that was helped us see what is really happening. I’ve started to wonder if I should…

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LeMieux is upset about Pensacola Beach

Senator LeMieux speaks on the floor of the U.S. Senate about a recent report that oil is washing ashore Pensacola Beach, FL. LeMieux is outraged…

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SRIA closes Pensacola Beach

Gulf Closures on Pensacola Beach Significant quantities of emulsified oil are in the near shore waters and coming ashore along much of the Gulf front…

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