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The Devil We Know

The Devil We Know

By Rick Outzen Last week, the documentary "The Devil We Know" debuted at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival to a sold-out crowd and received a standing ovation. The film exposes how DuPont dumped the [...]

The Buzz 2/1/18

The Buzz 2/1/18

A Violent Week The Escambia County Sheriff's Office had to deal with five gun-related incidents during the week of Jan. 21-Jan 27. Around 5 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 27, deputies arrived on the scene [...]

Sprout: Healing with Love

Sprout: Healing with Love

By Brooke Weber Sprout, the 2-year-old golden retriever, has been making a difference in patients' lives at The Studer Family Children's Hospital at Sacred Heart since her first day at work on [...]

The Buzz 1/25/18

The Buzz 1/25/18

Torrens Seeks AG Tampa attorney Ryan Torrens is seeking the Democratic nomination for Florida Attorney General. He spoke with Inweekly publisher Rick Outzen on "Pensacola Speaks" about his [...]

Bruce Beach’s Place in History

Bruce Beach’s Place in History

By Jeremy Morrison The fish hatchery and marine research center slated for the slice of downtown Pensacola waterfront known as Bruce Beach has both proponents and critics. Their conversations [...]

Roads, Bridges and Jobs

Roads, Bridges and Jobs

By Rick Outzen Escambia County Commissioner Steven Barry is tackling the roads and bridges in District 5. He realizes that citizens may be getting frustrated with delays due to the construction, [...]

Philip Levine Live!

Philip Levine Live!

By Rick Outzen Philip Levine's visit to Pensacola didn't go as planned. The former mayor of Miami Beach and a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Florida governor had to FaceTime local [...]

The Buzz 1/18/18

The Buzz 1/18/18

Pelicans in Limbo Will Pensacola get a G League team? The answer is still maybe. The NBA New Orleans Pelicans are waiting for the Escambia County Commission to make a decision whether to renovate [...]

A Progressive Push for Women

A Progressive Push for Women

By Jennie McKeon Last year, millions of people across the globe marched in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington to protest the presidency of Donald Trump and policies of a [...]

Saunders: ‘It’s good to be UWF’

Saunders: ‘It’s good to be UWF’

By Rick Outzen Last week, the University of West Florida announced that its 50th Anniversary Capital Campaign raised more than $64.4 million from almost 20,000 donors, including 55 planned gifts [...]

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