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28-year-old motorcyclist killed in I-10 collision Sunday morning

A Pensacola man died in a fatal motorcycle crash early Sunday morning on Interstate 10 near the area of Brent Lane. 

The motorcycle, driven by a 28-year-old man from Pensacola, was driving north on I-10 as he approached a pick-up truck driven by a 33-year-old man from Molino. 

The motorcycle approached the pick-up truck at a high rate of speed, according to a Florida Highway Patrol press release, and struck the rear of the truck. The motorcycle then collided with a concrete barrier where the driver was thrown from the vehicle. 

The driver of the motorcycle was pronounced dead at the scene by Escambia County EMS. 

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Medical Examiners no longer required to certify COVID-19 deaths in Florida

A rule change that came into effect last week means Florida’s medical examiners are no longer required to certify COVID-19 deaths, instead physicians can do so directly to the Department of Health, bringing an end to what was an independent and detailed accounting of who had died from the pandemic in Florida.

“Medical examiners will not automatically assume jurisdiction of COVID-19 cases and treating physicians may certify COVID-19 deaths,” the Aug. 14 motion from the Medical Examiners Commission states.

From the start of the pandemic Florida’s medical examiners were tasked with tracking all coronavirus fatalities...

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COVID-19 in Escambia and Santa Rosa: 55 new cases, no additional deaths reported Sunday

A total of 55 new positive COVID-19 cases were reported Sunday in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, according to the latest report from the Florida Department of Health.

Escambia County added 30 new cases to reach a cumulative total of 11,151 cases since the start of the pandemic, while Santa Rosa County recorded another 25 cases for a total of 4,659.

No new deaths associated with the coronavirus were reported in either county Sunday.

To date, Escambia County has reported a cumulative 198 deaths due to COVID-19 (186 state residents and 12 non-Florida residents), and Santa Rosa County has recorded 55.

Of all deaths in both counties, 99 are connected to long-term care centers, including 89 in Escambia County and 10 in Santa Rosa Coun...

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Parkland shooting echoes in this year’s political conventions

Two fathers who lost daughters in a mass shooting at Broward County’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School over two years ago each played opening night roles at the Republican and Democratic national conventions. 

Andrew Pollack, who spoke at the GOP convention, and Fred Guttenberg, who spoke at the Democratic one, gave their own takes on gun violence and its prevention. 

And although bonded by the second worst public school mass shooting in U.S. history, the two delivered very different messages.  

More: Flashback: Here’s what it was like to watch my friends die in Room 1216

One supports President Donald Trump and the Second Amendment as a way to protect home and family...

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Comfortable, cultured and brimming with high-end amenities in downtown Pensacola | Hot Property

Located in the heart of downtown Pensacola, this three-bedroom, two and a half bath home has been recently renovated and allows you to “maximize all the benefits of living within walking distance of the best entertainment, food, culture, sports, and nightlife Pensacola has to offer,” says Realtor Walter Pierce.

The nearly 2,000 square foot residence boasts high-end amenities, a private courtyard, open living space, and a kitchen fit for a chef.

Upon entering the towering ceiling, precision lighting, exposed beams and streaming natural light will make an instant impression.

The open downstairs living space is an entertainment mecca...

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The decade when railroads almost overwhelmed Pensacola’s Main Street | John Appleyard

As the 21st century develops, some elements of interstate transportation continue to change. However, just over a century ago, it appeared that Pensacola would be all but overrun with steel rails, for many of the city’s business leaders were preparing to invest in new railroad lines to reach far and wide.

Into 1900, the Pensacola, Alabama & Tennessee already was functioning, with dockage at the foot of Spring Street, and Henry McLaughlin’s Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans had trackage beyond the Perdido River. Here, and across much of the west, railroad fever was rampant, and from many local mills, banks and in commerce came men anxious to invest in what seemed the certain economic future.

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Iron Horse Stables set to open new barn near UWF campus | New Business

When Sudie Fairall and her mother, Carol Simpson, started Iron Horse Stables in 2013, they wanted to create a place for people to ride and grow.

For seven years, the family owned and operated business has offered a wide variety of group and private lessons in horsemanship and riding, as well as summer programs for children.

After years of successfully creating a place for people to ride, the time has come for Iron Horse Stables to grow — to an additional location just minutes from the UWF main campus at 9995 Holsberry Road in Pensacola.

“When I say it is a family owned and operated business, I mean family,” Fairall said...

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Laura stands with biggest names in hurricane history. More may be on the way | WeatherTiger

When Hurricane Laura made landfall at Cameron, Louisiana, just before 1 a.m. on August 27, it was the culmination of a night with only a handful of parallels in tropical climatology.

As with any storm of Laura’s ferocity, it will take many months for scientists to carefully piece together exactly what played out from a meteorological perspective. However, a provisional picture is emerging of a storm that stands toe-to-toe with the biggest names in hurricane history, yet due to its precise track, narrowly avoided the absolute worst-case scenario in terms of surge impacts.

Unfortunately, with around 75% of hurricane season activity still ahead, Laura is unlikely to be the final major hurricane threat of 2020...

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First Tee expands to Baldwin County, re-brands as First Tee Gulf Coast

The First Tee is expanding its footprint to include talented young golfers from Baldwin County in Alabama. 

The Board of Directors of the Greater Pensacola Junior Golf Association announced the expansion of the non-profit’s operations in conjunction with its re-branding as First Tee Gulf Coast on Friday. 

Previously known as The First Tee of Northwest Florida, the non-profit organization has operated locally since 1990, aiming to teach life skills through golf while advancing accessibility to the game. 

Operations in Baldwin County will be led by Alex Huffman, director of instruction at the Alex Huffman Golf Academy in Orange Beach, Alabama...

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