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Pensacola State College offering low-cost dental care

If you need low-cost dental care, you may be able to get it through Pensacola State College.They have a Dental Hygiene Clinic at their Warrington... Read more

Northview Grad Serving With Navy Strike Fighter Squadron

A 2014 Northview High School graduate is currently serving with the U.S. Navy’s Strike Fighter Squadron 122, also known as the “Flying Eagles”,... Read more

Fish Fry Friday In Cantonment’s Carver Park

The Cantonment Improvement Committee will hold a fish fry in Carver Park Friday as a Relay for Life fundraiser. Plates will be available beginning at 10:30... Read more

Sinfonia Gulf Coast Presents Wine Women and Shoes Feb. 13 & 15

Slip on your Jimmy Choos and get ready for an amazing weekend of fabulous fashion, exclusive wines, and award-winning cuisine within South Walton’s spectacular beachside... Read more

Know Before You Burn: Burn Authorizations Often Needed

Many times, area residents need permits for outdoor burns, according to the Florida Forest Service. One of the primary roles of the Florida Forest Service is... Read more

Senator: Shooting of police shows a 'disconnect' between communities and police

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) -- Attorney General Eric Holder calls the gunman who shot two police officers in Ferguson, Missouri this week a "punk." But U.S.... Read more

Escambia To Use Federal Funds To Rehabilitate Or Reconstruct Housing In Century

An interlocal agreement will allow Escambia County to pass $75,000 federal funding along to the Town of Century to rehabilitate or reconstruct at least one... Read more

Blue Angels Back Home (With Photo Gallery)

The Blue Angels were back home Wednesday at the National Museum of Naval Aviation where an estimated 10,000 fans were on hand. If you missed the... Read more

Sick toddler receives Hot Wheels cars from strangers worldwide

Three-year-old Ethan Carnesecca has been battling pneumonia for almost a month now.Besides hospital visits from mom, dad and his four older siblings, there's something else... Read more

Benjamin Yancy Cooper, Jr.

Benjamin Yancy Cooper, Jr., 95, of Atmore, passed away April 19, 2015, in Atmore. He was born June 12, 1919, to the late Benjamin Yancy,... Read more

Home Depot hiring 80,000 nationwide

Home Depot is looking for new workers.The retailer says it will hire 80,000 part-time and seasonal workers.    Jobs include cashiers, sales associates and filling online... Read more

Local patients canceling exams due to bad info on national outbreak

National news of a California bacterial outbreak is leading local patients to cancel colonoscopy appointments.Two patients died in the U.C.L.A. outbreak, more than a hundred... Read more

Roy Jones, Jr. staying busy with two fights in three weeks

Roy Jones, Jr. is going for another world title at age 46.Jones (58-8, 42 KO) will get in the ring with Willie Williams (14-8) Friday... Read more

ECAT delays expected due to military training

Some of the routes for Escambia County Area Transit buses may soon experience some delay.NAS Pensacola and NASP Corry Station will be conducting military training... Read more

Find your Valentine's Day date for a lifetime!

Between restaurant prix fixe menus, hotel getaways and heart-shaped designer jewelry, celebrating Valentine's Day can be an expensive ordeal.But one affordable alternative all but guarantees... Read more

Highway 97 Traffic Delays Friday

Drivers on Highway 97 can expect delays Friday just south of the state line. There will be alternating and intermittent land restrictions from 9 a.m.... Read more

Kids allowed sips of alcohol are more likely to drink in high school, study says

(CNN)-If you've already allowed your kids to take a little sip of your beer or wine from time to time, you probably won't be pleased... Read more

National Groundhog day, is Spring around the corner?

 PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (AP) -- The handlers of Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, say the furry rodent has forecast six more weeks of winter.Members of... Read more

Barbara Grice in court for preliminary hearing

Barbara Grice is scheduled to appear in court for a preliminary hearing at 8:30 a.m. on Monday.      In Baldwin County, Grice is charged with... Read more

Former Crestview Bank President guilty of multiple fraud charges

A former Crestview Bank President has plead guilty to multiple fraud charges.Michael "Sean" Davis was the president of Premier Community Bank of the Emerald Coast... Read more

Victoria Cain to be sentenced Wednesday afternoon

A mother convicted of child cruelty and drug trafficking will be sentenced this afternoon.Victoria Cain was arrested in 2013 after her child drank a chemical... Read more

FREEZE WARNING: Saturday Morning

Cold air strikes again and a FREEZE WARNING has been posted for the WEAR-TV areas highlighted on this map. A light freeze is likely as... Read more

Bob Solarski competes for bragging rights at Smokin' in the Square

Smokin' in the Square wouldn't be the same without Channel Three's Bob Solarski on the grill.Bob is spending his weekend at Seville Square, competing for... Read more

Gay athletes planning protests over Indiana law around Final Four

Several prominent, openly gay athletes will be among those protesting the new Indiana religious freedom law this week, despite Gov. Mike Pence’s promise to "fix"... Read more

Free summer camps offered to keep kids safe and out of trouble

In just a couple of months the last school bell will ring and summer vacation will start. In Escambia County the juvenile crime rate will... Read more

Near 70 Today, Cooler For Remainder Of The Week

Here is your official North Escambia area forecast: Monday A 20 percent chance of showers. Cloudy, with a high near 69. Southwest wind 5 to... Read more

Judge says jury can watch the Super Bowl unless Hernandez is mentioned

FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — The 18 New England residents sitting on the jury in the murder trial of former Patriots star Aaron Hernandez will... Read more

Dept. Of Health Says Pot Rule Challenge Will Lead To Delay

Already behind in carrying out a new medical-marijuana law, the Florida Department of Health said it is concerned that a legal challenge filed ... Read more

Pace High weightlifter uses bullying as motivation for success

Pace's Tom Piscopo is a two time state champ in weightlifting. He earned a rare scholarship and has been invited to an Olympic development program.But... Read more

More restrictive spring break pondered after party shooting

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla.- A house party that dissolved into a hail of gunfire and left seven young people hurt has officials on the Florida... Read more

Toddler Survives 13 Hours in Upside-Down Car in Frigid Utah River

UTAH (ABC)- 18-month-old girl is in critical condition and her mother is dead after their car crashed in a frigid Utah river and they were... Read more

Battle Over Future Of Escambia Fire Services Heats Up

There’s a battle of sorts heating up over the future of fire services in Escambia County. Will fire stations be staffed by volunteers? Paid firefighters?... Read more

32 To Compete In ‘Miss EWMS’ Pageant Friday Night

Friday night, 32 young ladies will compete for the title of Miss EWMS. Tickets are available in advance for $5 for adults, $3 for elementary students.... Read more

No Injuries In Hwy 97 Crash

There were no injuries in a two-vehicle accident on Highway 97 in Davisville this morning about a mile south of West Highway 4. A southbound... Read more

Senate Panel Approves Bill Aimed At Rolling Back Student Exams

Amid conflicting reports about how well the state’s troubled online school-testing platform is working, a key Senate committee voted Wednesday along party lines... Read more

Season of Selling: How to get your home ready for the market

If you're thinking of putting your home on the market, now is a pretty good time.Selling a home can be an intimidating process. Local Realtor,... Read more

Niceville mom upset after seeing Confederate Flag on students' jerseys

An image of the Confederate flag showed up where one mom least expected it....on the shirts of some students playing dodgeball at Niceville High School.... Read more

Boston bombing trial: Jurors set to begin deliberations

BOSTON (CNN)- After weeks of dramatic testimony, jurors are set to begin deliberations Tuesday in the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who faces life in prison... 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

Summer Fest organizer hoping to move event to new location

Over the last 24 hours Cadillac Banks says he's been getting a lot of phone calls about possibly moving Summer Fest from the beach.Summer Fest... Read more

Garcon Point Bridge toll goes up

The Garcon Point Bridge toll will go up more than 30%.  The new toll will be $5 dollars each way. ... Source: www.weartv.com/Read Full Article Read more

Man guilty of setting up wife's death while walking with son

A New York City man was convicted Thursday of setting up the fatal shooting of his wife while the couple was on a walk with... Read more

Jordan King orders swift retaliations for pilot execution

In the Middle East, swift retaliation for the murder of a Jordanian pilot.Just hours after ISIS released a video showing the 26-year-old being burned to... Read more

Three boys arrested after guns found at Denver middle school

Three students — two found with handguns, the other with an unidentified device — were arrested Friday after causing a one-hour lockdown at a Denver... Read more

Justices Halt Florida Execution Amid Questions About Lethal Injection Drug

Saying it must “err on the side of extreme caution” or risk threatening the “viability of Florida’s entire death penalty scheme,” the Florida ... Read more

Partly Sunny Today

Here is your official North Escambia area forecast: Wednesday A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1pm. Partly sunny, with a high near 83. West... Read more

Drastic temperature drop for the WEAR-TV area

An explosion of cold air hit the WEAR-TV area this afternoon. The dramatic temperature drop has caused alerts for our area. A WIND ADVISORY is... Read more

State Colleges No More?

The battle over how far Florida colleges should be allowed to go in offering four-year degrees, once largely the responsibility of state universities,... Read more

Freedom Boat Club offers free Lionfish seminar

PENSACOLA, Fla. - Freedom Boat Club is teaming up with West Marine and The Gulf Coast Lionfish Coalition to present a Free Fishing Seminar. The... 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

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