Pensacola shooting leaves one dead

PENSACOLA -- One man is dead...  Another is in the hospital after a shooting in West Pensacola tonight. It happened shortly just before 6:00 at the Pines at Warrington on West Navy Boulevard. There are not many details yet, but the Escambia County Sheriff's office is still looking for the shooters. ...

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