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He didn't mention Rick Scott. But Biden used his plan to bait Republicans on Social Security, Medicare.

President Joe Biden on Tuesday used Rick Scott's controversial "sunset" plan to bait Republicans into backing protections on Social Security, Medicare.


Adams Sanitation offers free bear locks to its customers

Adams Sanitation offers Free Bear lock devices to its Santa Rosa County Customers.


Gov. Ron DeSantis makes a stop in Ocala, touts $2 billion in proposed tax relief

Florida's governor spoke in Ocala about a $2 billion proposal to provide tax relief for families and businesses.


Pensacola Catholic High School principal talks about lockdown | VIDEO

Pensacola Catholic High School was locked down for reported active shooter that turned out to be a false alarm.


4 big takeaways from Pensacola Mayor D.C. Reeves' CivicCon state of the city update

In a jam-packed CivicCon event, Mayor D.C. Reeves talked about his administration's philosophies, priorities and projects, from housing to hiring.


Active shooter report at Pensacola Catholic High School is false alarm

Residents across the city received a Public Safety Alert at about 11:30 a.m. warning them to "run, hide or fight."


Muni Long wrote lyrics for Ariana Grande, Pitbull, Fifth Harmony. She beat Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige for a Grammy

In a night of historic Grammy wins, the Treasure Coast can claim one. This Gifford artist beat Beyoncé and Mary J. Blige for Best R&B Performance.


Plan to allow permitless concealed guns in Florida gains traction as speakers line up in three camps

This is a simple bill, said Brannon. It simply removes hurdles to make it easier for law abiding citizens to carry a gun.


State Attorney: ECSO deputies will not be charged in fatal shooting of Navy Point man

A Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigation found Colin West did not shoot at deputies as originally reported, but that he did point a gun.


Pensacola DIB: Palafox Market expansion could raise $160K+ for park improvements

Pensacola Mayor D.C. Reeves said city staff and the Downtown Improvement Board would carefully monitor damage to Plaza Ferdi


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