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- Investigation into Milton daycare owner accused of shaking a baby to deathThe Milton woman accused of shaking a baby to death has been charged with second degree murder. Thelma Denise Lowery was arrested Sunday(Oct. 26th) and charged with aggravated child abuse.The child died at Sacred Heart Wednesday(Oct. 29th), causing Lowery's charge to be upgraded to second degree murder. ...
- Campaign to bring "Medical Tourism" to PensacolaThe beaches of Northwest Florida are typically not as busy during the winter months.And as tourism professionals look for new ways to attract visitors to the state, "Medical Tourism" showcases our health professionals as well as our natural resources.Jim Carmack/Channel 3 News"Families have been vacationing along the 'World's Whitest […]
- Early voting ends November 1stNovember 1st is the last day for early voting in the 2014 general election.The polls will close at 6pm in Escambia, Santa Rosa and Okaloosa Counties.Elections officials expect there to be a strong turnout for early voters.The phone lines are busy sun up to sundown at the Republican Party of Florida headquartersVolunteers are checking on members of their part […]
- Slaybaugh named 2014 Navarre Raider Homecoming Queen November 1, 2014Slaybaugh named 2014 Navarre Raider Homecoming QueenRylie Slaybaugh crowned 2014 Navarre Raider Homecoming Queen.Navarre Press
- Milton day care owner to remain jailed October 31, 2014Milton day care owner to remain jailedA Milton day care owner accused of shaking a 16-month-old boy who died from his injuries was not issued bond after appearing in court on a second-degree murder charge Oct. 31. Denise Lowery, 55, will remain behind bars until a Nov. 13 circuit court appearance related to the death of the toddler who was in her care. “The […]
- UPDATED: State Attorney will seek 1st-degree murder indictment October 31, 2014UPDATED: State Attorney will seek 1st-degree murder indictmentState Attorney Bill Eddins will seek an indictment for first-degree murder in the case of Thelma Denise Lowery, the Milton day care owner accused of abusing a 16-month-old boy who later died from his injuries. Eddins said he will present evidence to a grand jury in the next few weeks. “Under the l […]