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Report: Pensacola contractor Jesse LaCoste failed to refund $82,000 for incomplete job

Anjelica and Daniel Wynn gave LaCoste a demand letter to either finish his contractual obligations or provide a refund. He allegedly did neither.


Powerball at $613 million. Billion-dollar prizes from California, Maine still unclaimed

What? As of Jan. 30, the last mega Powerball prize still has not been claimed after a ticket from California matched all numbers in the Nov. 7 drawing


Floating docks being installed for Maritime Park boat slips | PHOTOS

A crew from Davis Marine Construction work on installing floating docks for day-use boat slips at Community Maritime Park in downtown Pensacola.


Chutes Des Cubes art sculpture unveiled at Admiral Mason Park

Designed by Quebec artist Marc Plamondon, Chute Des Cubes is an aluminum sculpture featuring 3 stone white cubes forming one monolithic structure.


ECSO investigating after fatal shooting during Bellview house party

Deputies found a man inside the home with a fatal gunshot wound to the chest.


Note to readers: Here's why we're ending comments on articles

For all their benefits, we know that comment sections across the internet can quickly devolve when they're not monitored in real time.


Florida lawmakers move to let gun owners carry without permit in 'Constitutional Carry' bill

Florida could become the 26th state to allow people to carry concealed loaded guns anywhere without permits under legislation endorsed Monday by House Speaker Paul Renner and the Florida Sheriffs Ass…


Righting the past: Rev. L. B. Croom, civil rights activist, dies at 73

Five decades before Rosa Parks, Rev. London B. Croom showed the same bravery and indomitable spirit fighting segregation on Pensacola streetcars.


When the language dies, the people die: Perdido Bay Tribe strives to preserve its history

Native Paths Cultural Heritage Resource Center and Museum has spent over two decades preserving and educating about Indigenous history and wildlife.


Escambia to 'tighten up' bed tax ordinances after audit finds they contradict state law

The audit found the county failed to document how the authorization of $614,156 in 2021 were connected to tourism.


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