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Matt Gaetz associate Joel Greenberg admits to paying minor for sex with him and others

Joel Greenberg will plead guilty to six of the 33 federal charges and provide "substantial assistance" as a witness for other federal investigations.       [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, Matt Gaetz, Pensacola News Journal, Joel Greenberg


Florida teen charged as an adult in homecoming queen election scandal pleads not guilty

Emily Grover, the Tate High School homecoming queen accused of rigging her school's election, pleaded "not guilty" to charges.       [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Pensacola News Journal, Tate High School, Emily Grover


Joel Greenberg likely to plead guilty Monday, could be key witness against Rep. Matt Gaetz

Joel Greenberg and Matt Gaetz have been friends and political allies since at least 2017, with Greenberg posting photos with Gaetz on his social media accounts.       [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, Greenberg, Matt Gaetz, Pensacola News Journal, Gaetz, Joel Greenberg


Florida student accused of rigging homecoming queen vote could face 16-year sentence

The Florida student accused of rigging her school's homecoming queen election will be charged as an adult and could face a 16-year sentence.       [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Pensacola News Journal


Florida student accused of rigging homecoming queen vote faces up to 16 year sentence

The Florida student accused of rigging her school's homecoming queen election will be charged as an adult and faces up to a 16 year sentence.       [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Pensacola News Journal


FL: Homemade Shotguns at Pensacola Gun Turn-In (buyback)? After Action Report

Images from facebook City of Pensacola. Long gun and handgun table images combined, cropped and scaled by Dean Weingarten. U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- A gun turn-in event was sponsored by the Florida city of Pensacola on 20 March 2021. Numerous sources are claiming some homemade shotguns were sold to the city at the event. The picture above shows the guns the city says they purchased. The homemade shotguns are not among them. From Escambia carry on facebook, picture by Jeremy Bosso, cropped and...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Florida, Guns, Department Of Defense, Arizona, Jeremy, Pensacola, Robinson, the City, Gun Rights News, Dean Weingarten, Gun Watch, Buyback, University of Wisconsin Pistol Team, Pensacola News Journal


Pensacola singer returns to 'American Idol' Monday for a chance at making season 19

DeWayne Crocker Jr. will perform a popular gospel song on this Monday's edition of 'American Idol.' If all goes well, he could make the next season.        [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Religion, Pensacola, Pensacola News Journal, DeWayne Crocker Jr


Joel Greenberg, indicted tax collector tied to Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, working on plea deal

"I'm sure Matt Gaetz is not feeling very comfortable today," said Fritz Scheller, attorney for Joel Greenberg.       [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Matt Gaetz, Pensacola News Journal, Joel Greenberg, Fritz Scheller


Gaetz to speak at conference at Trump resort hosted by Jan. 6 Trump rally organizers

"Thank you to "Women for America First" for the invitation to share my vision for our great nation," Rep. Matt Gaetz tweeted.       [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, Trump, Matt Gaetz, Pensacola News Journal, Gaetz, Women for America First


Rep. Matt Gaetz says he is 'absolutely not resigning' in op-ed amid reports of sex crime investigation

"Let me first remind everyone that I am a representative in Congress, not a monk, and certainly not a criminal," Rep. Matt Gaetz said in the op-ed.       [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, Congress, Matt Gaetz, Pensacola News Journal


Morning Docket: 01.13.20

* A-Rod is facing allegations of racketeering and embezzlement in a new lawsuit filed by his former brother-in-law. If true, maybe he just doesn't like playing by the rules... [New York Post] * A Massachusetts lawyer is suing Google for returning search results whenever a user searches his name. [Boston.com] * A lawyer for PBS has resigned after he was secretly recorded as part of a Project Veritas sting. [ABC News] * A well-known lawyer in Pensacola, Florida, has died of COVID-19 at age 8...
Tags: Google, New York Post, Florida, Law, Boston, Massachusetts, Fox News, Pbs, Abc News, Capitol, Pensacola Florida, Rod, Morning Docket, Pensacola News Journal, Project Veritas, A-rod


Oil washes up along five-mile stretch of Florida beach in wake of Hurricane Sally

It's unclear at this point if the submerged oil is from the 2010 oil spill that was stirred up from Hurricane Sally or if it is from another source.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Pensacola News Journal


A Florida island has turned into multiple islands after Hurricane Sally slices through

Hurricane Sally gouged three 'breaches' into the undeveloped eastern tip of Perdido Key in Florida, creating three small islands.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Sally, Pensacola News Journal


These Florida residents have runaway barges in their yards after Hurricane Sally: 'What do we do?'

Days after Hurricane Sally slammed into Florida, at least four barges remain lodged in the yards of homes located off the shore of Pensacola Bay.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Pensacola Bay, Pensacola News Journal


Why thousands of starfish washed up on Florida's Navarre Beach after Hurricane Sally

Thousands of starfish washed up on Navarre Beach after Hurricane Sally, a grim parting gift from the tropical cyclone that devastated the Florida Panhandle earlier this week.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Florida Panhandle, Navarre Beach, Pensacola News Journal, Hurricane Sally


Florida deputy uses resident's boat to save about 120 people trapped in Sally floodwaters

Capt. Jeremy Small dodged mailboxes and minivans going through suburban Florida streets to bring trapped people to dry land.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Sally, Pensacola News Journal


Hurricane Sally hit exactly 16 years after Ivan, even making landfall at the same spot

Hurricane Sally not only hit on the same day as destructive Hurricane Ivan, it hit at nearly the same spot, Gulf Shores, Ala.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, Ivan, Gulf Shores Ala, Pensacola News Journal


'He's daddy's hero': 9-year-old saves injured dad from drowning after diving accident in Florida

A 9-year-old Pensacola boy is being lauded as a hero by his family after helping to pull his father out of the water after a serious diving accident at Quietwater Beach.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Pensacola, Pensacola News Journal, Quietwater Beach


Doctors thought a 'bubbly' 24-year-old would survive COVID-19. Then his organs 'shut down.'

"He gave off this energy that nobody else has ever given off, just this loving energy," Christa Sievers said.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, Pensacola News Journal, Christa Sievers


NASCAR banned the Confederate flag, prompting calls for a boycott

NASCAR is an activity in which humans sit in wheeled, self-propelled boxes and hold contests to see who can roll the fastest. Other humans surround the rolling boxes and cheer for their favorite. The humans who run this lucrative enterprise have decreed that it is no longer acceptable for the wheeled boxes to display images of the Confederate flag, a banner that was used by enslavers who wanted to form a country that allowed ownership of people. They fought a war and lost, and a few of the loser...
Tags: Post, News, Nascar, Blacklivesmatter, Pensacola News Journal


Five Mile Swamp Fire in northwest Florida rages out of control, forcing evacuations and partial closure of Interstate 10

The Five Mile Swamp Fire in Florida raged out of control on Wednesday, forcing evacuations and the partial closure of Interstate 10.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Pensacola News Journal


Grim Reaper visits Florida beaches as Gov. DeSantis lifts COVID-19 restrictions

Well, looks like the reopening of Florida is going great, just great today. Ron DeSantis opened Florida's beaches, and lifted other anti-COVID-19 restrictions throughout most of the state on Friday. Friday is also the day Daniel W. Uhlfelder, a lawyer and resident in Walton County, launched his “Grim Reaper Beach Tour” of the state's beaches. Here he is above, being interviewed on WMBB News 13. Uhlfelder has been dressing up as The Grim Reaper in a hilariously shitty costume for a while...
Tags: Post, Death, Video, Florida, News, Funny, US news, Grim Reaper, Grim, Ron DeSantis, Walton County, Pandemic, DeSantis, Pensacola News Journal, Adam Parkhomenko, Coronavirus


Florida beaches bracing for coronavirus tourism impacts over spring break

As families and college students begin to flock to Florida for spring break trips, officials are monitoring the spread of the coronavirus.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Florida, News, Pensacola News Journal


White House announces al-Qaida leader tied to NAS Pensacola shooting has been killed

The White House said the founder of al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula or AQAP, Qassim al-Rimi, was killed in a counterterrorism operation in Yemen.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, White House, Nas, Yemen, Pensacola, Arabian Peninsula, Rimi, Pensacola News Journal


Zookeeper called Joe Exotic sentenced to 22 years for hiring hitman to kill rival

An Oklahoma zoo keeper who unsuccessfully ran for president was sentenced to 22 years in prison for a murder-for-hire plot.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, Oklahoma, Pensacola News Journal


Pentagon plans new security protocols in wake of Pensacola attack

Following the deadly shooting at NAS Pensacola, the Pentagon says it will soon revamp protocols for security and vetting at U.S. military bases.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, Pentagon, Pensacola, Pensacola News Journal, NAS Pensacola the Pentagon


FBI asks Apple to help gain access to iPhones owned by Pensacola gunman

The FBI wants Apple's help unlocking iPhones owned by a gunman who killed three people at NAS Pensacola.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: Apple, News, Fbi, Pensacola, Pensacola News Journal, NAS Pensacola


Pensacola hotel shooting to be reviewed as possible stand-your-ground case

A man had been disturbing hotel guests and refused to leave a Quality Inn in Pensacola, Florida, before starting a fight with a clerk who shot him.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, Pensacola, Pensacola Florida, Pensacola News Journal


Woman who threw slushie on Matt Gaetz at Pensacola event sentenced to 15 days in prison

Amanda Kondrat'yev, the woman who threw a red slushie drink on Rep. Matt Gaetz at a campaign event in June, was sentenced to 15 days in prison.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, Pensacola, Matt Gaetz, Pensacola News Journal, Amanda Kondrat


Couple hoping to build dream home in Florida learn their land used to be a dump

The Santa Rosa County, Florida land contains seemingly endless garbage that was hidden by dirt, brush and trees, the owners say.         [Author: Pensacola News Journal]
Tags: News, Pensacola News Journal