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FCC chairman to introduce proposal to reclassify high-speed internet as public utility

The chairman of the FCC plans to introduce a proposal that would reclassify high-speed internet as a public utility.That would give the agency more power... Read more

The Valentine Tour of Homes Feb. 14 & 15

Valentine’s weekend typically means romantic dinners and flowers for most, but for South Walton residents and visitors alike, it signals the highly anticipated annual Valentine... Read more

Full schedule of parades in Mobile for Mardi Gras

MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - The carnival season is picking on Alabama's coast with more Mardi Gras parades this weekend.Two parades are scheduled in Mobile on... Read more

Okaloosa Co Restore Act money meeting

The Okaloosa County Restore Advisory Committee is holding a public meeting today, Thursday.You can weigh in on how millions of dollars in Clean Water Act... Read more

Teen Shot At Home Near 10 Mile Road

One teen was shot at a home near 10 Mile Road late Thursday night. The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office responded to multiple calls of shots fired... Read more

First New Nursing Homes In Over A Decade Approved For Escambia, Santa Rosa

After more than a decade-long moratorium on adding nursing home beds, state regulators said Monday they have approved proposals for 2,600 beds in 25 counties... Read more

Man arrested for performing indecent act in front of children

A Fort Walton Beach man was arrested Tuesday afternoon after students saw him masturbating near a school bus stop on Racetrack Road. Two women also... Read more

Escambia County To Hold Job Opportunity Fairs

The Escambia County Human Resource Department will host a series of Job Opportunity Fairs for a total of 28 positions. These positions include Community... Read more

BP trial ends

The BP oil spill trial is finally over.Up to 10 million gallons of crude oil was spilled into the Gulf of Mexico nearly five years... Read more

Florida TaxWatch Supports Cable, Cell Phone Tax Cuts

Easing the tax burden for Florida families and businesses would also attract business investment, create Florida jobs and grow the state’s information-based... Read more

PSC Dental Hygiene Clinic Offers Low Cost Services at Warrington Campus

The Dental Hygiene Clinic at Pensacola State College's Warrington campus offers low cost preventive dental hygiene services to the public.Oral cancer screening, teeth cleaning, x-rays,... Read more

Satellites that transmit credit/ debit card info may have been tampered with

Last week, Navy Federal Credit Union announced someone had attached a "skimmer" to an ATM in Milton. The information "skimmed" was used to steal money... Read more

What's next with Iran and nuclear talks?

President Barack Obama wants Iran to halt that country’s nuclear program for at least 10 years.In return, the U.S. is willing to ease restrictions on... Read more

HAPPENING NOW: One person seriously injured in multiple car wreck

One  person has been taken to a hospital by air ambulance in Crestview. The person was seriously injured in a wreck involving several cars on... Read more

Daycare child in trouble for "smiling and enjoying herself"

The mother of a child in daycare took to Facebook after receiving a note about her daughter's "disruptive" behavior. The note says her 9-month-old daughter... Read more

VIE Takes 2015 London Fashion Week

Last week, with press passes in hand, owners Lisa and Jerry Burwell and members of the VIE Magazine team took flight heading to London Fashion... Read more

Win a Golden Ticket to Pensacon 2015!

Taking place February 27–March 1 this year, Penscaon will be hosted at the Pensacola Bay Center and will attract fans from all genres of film,... Read more

U.S. airports concerned over possible cyber attacks

The possibility of cyber terrorism is a new concern at our nation's airports. Every day nearly two million travelers are screened before boarding flights in... Read more

Virginia community throws surprise "Sweet 16" party for girl with cancer

Throwing a surprise “Sweet 16” party in the age of cellphones and social media is no easy task. But an entire Virginia community pulled it... Read more

Tate, Northview Band Students Earn High Ratings At Districts

Over 100 Northview and Tate high school band students were awarded excellent and superior ratings recently at the Solo and Ensemble Music Performance Assessments... Read more

Rain For Sunday

Here is your official North Escambia area forecast: Tonight Mostly cloudy, with a low around 46. Southeast wind around 5 mph. Sunday Showers. High near 66.... Read more

South Carolina father strangled 4 children and beat 1

A South Carolina father is accused of strangling four of his children and beating a fifth last summer at their home.Authorities say 33-year-old Timothy Ray... Read more

Airlines on alert after Southwest safety problems

WARNING: Safety in the skies.United airlines are putting their pilots on notice after several serious incidents. They sent a message to the pilots that point... Read more

Group Makes Plans To ‘Reimagine Century’ In May

An organizational meeting was held Tuesday night to make plans for the second Reimagine Century event on May 16. Organizer Linda English said the group is... Read more

At least 300 migrants unaccounted-for in new sea tragedy

ROME (AP) - The U.N. refugee agency says as many as 300 people are now unaccounted-for in the latest tragedy among migrants crossing the frigid... Read more

One killed, 2 injured on set of Martin Scorsese film

(CNN) - A structure on the Taiwan set of an upcoming Martin Scorsese movie collapsed this week, killing a studio construction worker and injuring two... Read more

Okaloosa County approves TIF for P J Adams Parkway widening

UPDATE:  Some relief could be on the way for commuters on congested "PJ Adams Parkway" in Crestview.It's only two lanes and often gets backed up.Yesterday,... Read more

Rainy Wednesday

Cloudy skies and very chilly air will dominate the Gulf Coast weather Tuesday afternoon.  High temperatures will struggle to get into the lower 50s, which... Read more

Same-sex couples may one day have biological children

A stem cell research breakthrough might someday allow same-sex couples to have their own biological children.Researchers at Cambridge University in England have taken the first... Read more

HAPPENING NOW: House fire on Cedartown rd in Molino

HAPPENING NOW: Firefighters are working to put out a house fire on Cedartown rd in Molino. We'll bring you more info as it's available. Source:... Read more

Seaside Half Marathon presents Taste of the Race featuring Chef Emeril Lagasse

Join us on February 27, 2015 for the Taste of the Race culinary event, presented by the Seaside School Half Marathon and 5K and featuring... Read more

Burglary Suspect Sentenced; Crime Was Inspiration For Facebook Crime Fighters

An Escambia County man was sentenced Tuesday to over six years in prison for a string of residential burglaries in Escambia County and in Pensacola.... Read more

10 Things to Know for Today: Wednesday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. OBAMA'S ARAB WORLD VIEW CHALLENGED BY CRISESThe president... Read more

Poarch Creek Indians use marijuana as bargaining tool for gambling

The Poarch Creek Band of Indians is considering growing and selling marijuana on Florida lands if the state doesn't allow gambling in Escambia County.The tribe... Read more

Facebook's Zuckerberg makes big donation

SAN FRANCISCO - Facebook's boy billionaire Mark Zuckerberg is giving away a chunk of his fortune.On his Facebook page, Zuckerberg announced he and his wife... Read more

Tate Lady Aggies Improve To 2-0; West Florida Lady Jags Open With Win

The Tate Lady Aggies improved to 2-0 on the season Friday  night in Cantonment with a 2-0 win over the Pace Patriots.  Tori Perkins allowed... Read more

WWII hero from Crestview shot down kamikaze planes

In the heat of a World War Two battle, a janitor suddenly became a gunner, and was awarded a Bronze Star for heroism. Albert Flowers... Read more

Century Fire Contained To Home’s Chimney

Firefighters from multiple stations responded to a reported house fire near Century Tuesday night. The fire was reportedly extinguished quickly and contained to a chimney of... Read more

Myrtle Grove YMCA building considered potential safety hazard and Eyesore

The YMCA of Myrtle Grove has been closed to the public for almost eight years,But the property is still up for sale.Because it's taken so... Read more

New homes burn much faster than older homes

When it comes to fires newer homes are not stacking up. Fire fighters say homes built after 1980 are more at risk of burning down... Read more

Sunny Skies Continue

Here is your official North Escambia area forecast: Wednesday Sunny, with a high near 63. North wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the morning. Wednesday... Read more

Woman in 'stand your ground' case just wants to begin a normal life

JACKSONVILLE (AP) -- A Florida woman who claimed self-defense after prosecutors say she fired a gun at her estranged husband and his two sons says... Read more

55th annual Pace Awards

The Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce hosted its 55th annual "Pace Awards," Feb. 17th.The awards are given to community members who have made significant contributions... Read more

Ithica, NY: Go to Florida Instead!

Posted By: Lena DeFlores |  Channel 3 News at 10Find Me on Facebook |  Tweet Me Directly(ABC) It appears the people charged with enticing travelers... Read more

Stylist Allyson Longshore Finds the New Urban at NY Fashion Week

Allyson Longshore won’t forget her Southern roots. She has spent many summers sunning on crystal white beaches, so who better to master “urban-beach-chic” than this... Read more

Legendary Dick Cavett guest speaker at "Magnolias and White Linen Jazz Brunch"

The Pensacola Symphony Orchestra Guild hosted their annual "Magnolias and White Linen Jazz Brunch," March 4th. The legendary Dick Cavett was their special guest speaker.... Read more

Northview Celebrates National FFA Week With Breakfast

FFA members at Northview High School are celebrating National FFA Week with a variety of events. Tuesday morning, the FFA officers and members prepared... Read more

Elberta Elem. suspect receives new charge for attempted murder

Baldwin County - A new charge for the woman who carried a gun into Elberta Elementary School. Barbara Grice is now in the Baldwin County... Read more

One local woman's mission to prevent "Shaken baby Syndrome"

A three month old girl remains in critical condition tonight.Her mother's boyfriend now stands accused of inflicting the life-threatening injuries.     The Okaloosa Sheriff's Office... Read more

Rain And Cold

Here is your official North Escambia area forecast: Tuesday A chance of rain before noon, then a slight chance of showers after noon. Mostly... Read more

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