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New Tourism Campaigns Launched

New Tourism Campaigns Launched

By Rick Outzen Last week, Visit Pensacola and Art, Culture, and Entertainment Inc. (ACE) announced new marketing campaigns, "Pensacola Tourism Works" and "Vacation Artfully" respectively. On [...]

The Buzz 3/29/18

The Buzz 3/29/18

And They Marched Both kids and adults took to the streets in downtown Pensacola on Saturday, March 24 to peacefully protest for gun control legislation in response to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas [...]

The Buzz 3/22/18

The Buzz 3/22/18

Round 3: Budget Impasse The mediation agreement between the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners and the Escambia County Sheriff's Office appears to have fallen apart. The board on Thursday [...]

Poll: Voters Favor AR-15 Ban

Poll: Voters Favor AR-15 Ban

By Rick Outzen According to a recent poll, Florida voters favor banning the future sales of AR-15 rifles, raising the age to purchase all guns to 21, and imposing a three-day waiting period on all [...]

Snoezelen Center Changes Challenged

Snoezelen Center Changes Challenged

By Duwayne Escobedo He's one tough-nut. U.S. District Court Senior Judge Lacey A. Collier treats the courtroom like he handled the Vietnam battlefield. A battle-scarred veteran, the decorated [...]

The Buzz 3/15/18

The Buzz 3/15/18

NSA and UWF Partnership The University of West Florida Center for Cybersecurity hit another milestone in its four-year history last week when it announced a partnership with the National Security [...]

Disabled Citizen Fights for ECAT

Disabled Citizen Fights for ECAT

By Rick Outzen When the Escambia Board of County Commissioners debated whether to take over the management of the Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) last May, Chairman Doug Underhill questioned [...]

The Buzz 3/8/18

The Buzz 3/8/18

Downtown Parking Goes Digital The Downtown Improvement Board and Premium Parking have partnered on a new digital parking management platform for downtown's on-street, public lots, and garage parking [...]

Securing Our Elections

Securing Our Elections

By Rick Outzen Last week, NBC News reported that U.S. intelligence had uncovered substantial evidence that websites or voter registration systems in seven states were compromised by Russian-backed [...]

Considering Constitutional Changes

Considering Constitutional Changes

By Jeremy Morrison Once in a generation—every 20 years—Florida takes a look at the state constitution, to see if it might need changing. It's happened three times now. This process is [...]

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