On Tuesday, July 19, the autopsy results for Calvin Wilks Jr., who died after a incident with Crestview Police in October 2021, were released.
The autopsy report describes the cause of death as “cardiac dysrhythmia following physical exertion, prone restraint, and deployment of electroshock neuromuscular incapacitation device.”
Crestview and north Okaloosa County residents could have more options for their high-speed internet service in the coming months.
LiveOak Fiber announced on July 11 its plans to invest $100 million to build and operate a high-speed fiber optic network across Okaloosa County.
A father is questioning the safety of his child at a summertime daycare operated at Bob Sikes Elementary School in Crestview.
John Leitschuck is angry that the same protocols that apply to the school apparently don’t apply to the daycare.
It’s been years in the making – some might even say decades – but Crestview’s history is finally getting its own museum.
The demolition and reconstruction work on the Lorenza Bush House, a 3,600 square-foot Craftsman first built in 1925 for the wife of a railroad tracks supervisor, is complete.
An Escambia County Grand Jury has indicted Brian Keith Easterling for the charge of First Degree Murder.
The Indictment stems from the June 2, 2022, shooting death of Michael Evers.
The Florida Department of Transportation recently announced work will begin on the I-10 interchange at Antioch Road/P.J. Adams later this month.
The project is expected to be completed by 2026.
Most Crestview city employees will soon see a little extra in their paychecks.
City Council, at last Monday’s meeting, approved a one-time $1,000 bonus and a 3% cost of living raise for all city workers below the “director” level.
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