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The Buzz 2/16/17

The Buzz 2/16/17

Gaetz Explains Congressman Matt Gaetz took to Facebook to explain his bill that would abolish the Environmental Protection Agency. "I am a conservationist at heart," he said in a video on his [...]

Gulf Power Rate Controversy

Gulf Power Rate Controversy

By Duwayne Escobedo Northwest Florida residents who oppose a proposed Gulf Power Company rate increase claim it would harm low-income customers, hurt efforts to conserve energy and reduce the [...]

Scott and Corcoran Square Off

Scott and Corcoran Square Off

By Rick Outzen At the annual Associated Press Legislative Review on Jan. 31 on the top floor of the Florida Capitol, Gov. Rick Scott unveiled his proposed $83.5 million budget for the 2018 fiscal [...]

The Buzz 2/9/17

The Buzz 2/9/17

Corcoran Talks Triumph Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran outlined the path for funding projects with the $300 million settlement from BP oil spill earmarked for Northwest Florida. “I think [...]

Scuba Dive at Your Own Risk

Scuba Dive at Your Own Risk

By Duwayne Escobedo Tourism officials encourage visitors to explore the world's largest artificial reef—the USS Oriskany. But tourism officials fail to warn scuba divers that in the [...]

The Dirt Roads of the Tanyard

The Dirt Roads of the Tanyard

By Duwayne Escobedo Elouise Rollins gave up asking the city to pave Clubbs Street more than 10 years ago. The 85-year-old is resigned to the dirt road that existed during World War II when her [...]

Criminal Justice Reform Debated

Criminal Justice Reform Debated

By Duwayne Escobedo The young defendant told Escambia County Circuit Court Judge Tom Dannheisser he has “nobody to look up to.” “I want to make something of my life, but people just down [...]

The Buzz 2/2/17

The Buzz 2/2/17

Less Than Transparent International Paper’s media tour and “Community Open House” fell short of expectations. The media tour consisted of an hour-long driving tour to see how contractors [...]

The Buzz 1/26/17

The Buzz 1/26/17

Protecting BP Funds State Rep. Frank White (R-Pensacola) had his first meeting of the Select Committee on Triumph Gulf Coast, the non-profit organization formed by law in 2011. The organization was [...]

Providing a Pathway for Change

Providing a Pathway for Change

Phillip Carrier became the newest former inmate to successfully complete the Pathways for Change court-ordered addiction treatment program. During the rigorous, 18-month program, his father died, [...]

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