Posted in Pensacola State & National News

Poll: Florida Panhandle against impeachment

Fox News last week released a national poll that showed more than half of the country believed President Donald Trump should be impeached and removed…

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Presser Notes: Sidewalks, trips afar and PPD in the wake of Tymar

During his weekly press conference Monday, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson addressed a number of city issues — including ADA improvements and matters related to a…

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Lack of transparency at Pensacola City Hall disappointing

Early Saturday morning, police fatally shot Atatiana Koquice Jefferson, 28, in Fort Worth, Texas. The body camera footage shows the perspective of the officer outside…

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Mayor brings back town halls

After taking a three-month break, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson will host his fifth town hall since taking office in late November 2018. The town hall…

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Lawmakers Town Hall: A Roomful of Asks

PENSACOLA: The collective sentiment of the Escambia County Legislative Delegation meeting Monday night was summed up nicely by Dr. Ed Meadows, president of Pensacola State…

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More presser notes: marinas, ice

Politics of Public Marinas Last week, the Pensacola City Council approved a lease for the area known as the Pitt Slip, which includes a marina….

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Presser notes: Deadly Force Policy, Gun Task Force

PENSACOLA: Following last week’s revelation by the Pensacola Police Department that the officer involved in a fatal July shooting has been relieved of his duty,…

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Officer involved in Tymar Crawford shooting fired

PPD Press Release: The July 5th shooting involving Pensacola Police Department officers that resulted in the death of Tymar Crawford has been concerning to everyone…

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Tufts University: PSC students voted at higher rate during 2018 midterm election

PENSACOLA:  During the 2018 midterm election, 42 percent of Pensacola State students voted ─ compared to 39.1 percent voting rates of students from other U.S….

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