Florida’s last potential voters finished registering this afternoon.
He runs, he sings, he’s Jeremiah Tyler of Fort Walton Beach High School. And boy, do you have to hear his pipes.
Former President campaigning for his wife
The Pensacola Interstate Fair kicks off this Thursday
“All the birds have their own personalities. It’s like hanging out with a bunch of two year olds!”
Supporters were all ears today as Anne Holton, wife of Tim Kaine, talked education, criminal reform and more in Escambia County.
A special ceremony for Dr. Judith Bense and for all she did for UWF took place today on campus.
Friday, Donald Trump’s running mate Indiana Governor Mike Pence will make a last minute stop in Pensacola. The visit has people who volunte…
CW55 Photojournalist Dan takes you to UWF’s celebration of one of their most important centers in one of this week’s top videos.
North Hill residents are upset about future sewage tanks near Palafox Street.
An eye witness gives his account on an early morning fire officials believe to be a set-up.
Hurricane Matthew lead to devastating levels of flooding for homes along Jacksonville Beach, despite the lack of landfall for the area.
Mayor Ashton Hayward’s office says “Your Opinion Matters,” so if you get a call from their office, take the time to tell them how they can i…
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge has issued a one-day extension to Florida’s voter registration deadline and will hear arguments on a longe…
Evacuees from the lower part of the state book hotels all along the NW coast line. Pensacola was no different.
A multi-million dollar project hopes to bring a permanent home for the Argos’ weight room as well as the FSU College of Medicine and College…
The driver of the Yellow Cab was not at fault and she is not facing any charges at this time.
Lt. Ryan Chamberlain said this video was a really cool start to his morning.
Each year, 700,000 individuals are released from prison. Research estimates 70 percent will return to prison within three years. But organiz…
Big money plans make their way to the small beach community.