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The Buzz 3/19/15

The Buzz 3/19/15

Violent Teen Gangs Sheriff David Morgan talked last week about the rise of teenage gangs in Escambia County. He warned that these gangs, commonly referred to as “hybrid gangs,” can be much more [...]

Stingrays And Rights To Privacy

Stingrays And Rights To Privacy

By T.S. Strickland Pensacola police are among a growing number of law enforcement agencies making use of a secretive technology to track criminal suspects through their phones—and they’re [...]

The Spring Break Alternative

The Spring Break Alternative

By Jennifer Stewart Vanderbilt University freshman Chiedza Chauruka hammered nails into an interior portion of a Pensacola Habitat for Humanity home on Friday afternoon, March 6–the last day of [...]

Liberating Minds 


Liberating Minds  


By Steven Poulin “We need to talk about liberating minds as well as liberating society.”—Dr. Angela Davis That is what members of the Women’s Studies Collective of the University of [...]

The Buzz 3/12/15

The Buzz 3/12/15

Citrus Crisis Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam was in Pensacola last week. He met with Inweekly to discuss the issues facing the state’s agriculture industry. “Well, the citrus [...]

Gaetz: Greyhounds, Casinos and Charlotte’s Web

Gaetz: Greyhounds, Casinos and Charlotte’s Web

By Rick Outzen The Florida Legislature opened its 2015 session on March 3. State Senator Don Gaetz, R-Niceville, came on Pensacola Speaks on News Talk 1370 WCOA to talk about the session’s first [...]

Earning Their Vote Back

Earning Their Vote Back

By Shelby Smithey Florida is one of only three states in the country that has a lifetime ban on voting for people with prior felony convictions. This means that more than 1.5 million people in [...]

The Buzz 3/5/15

The Buzz 3/5/15

Ingram on Gaming On Feb. 23, News Talk 1370 WCOA brought back the iconic afternoon call-in show Pensacola Speaks with Inweekly publisher Rick Outzen. The topic of casino gambling coming to Escambia [...]

Figuring Out Sports Tourism

Figuring Out Sports Tourism

By Duwayne Escobedo Picture a multi-purpose, indoor sportsplex located in the central part of Escambia County. Perhaps one with eight basketball courts, 14 volleyball courts, the ability to [...]

The Buzz 2/26/15

The Buzz 2/26/15

Eyewitness to Selma March The Escambia Democratic Women’s Club honored civil rights leader Rev. H.K. Matthews as part of an event recognizing the 50th anniversary of the march from Selma to [...]

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