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- June 29 - Jo Hovind, wife of Kent Hovind, is sentenced to one year and one day in federal prison, stemming from her conviction in November 2006 on 45 counts of evading bank-reporting requirements.
- June 28 - The Pensacola City Council votes unanimously on a $530,000 project to upgrade the Fricker Community Center for use as a hurricane shelter.
- June 21 - The Escambia County Commission delays a vote on a new definition of what constitutes a hotel. Commissioner Gene Valentino also announced Ed Guernsey as his new appointee to the Santa Rosa Island Authority.
- June 21 - Florida Governor Charlie Crist signs property tax legislation into law. A constitutional amendment scheduled for the January 29, 2008 ballot will determine the extent of reform.
- June 21 - The Westside Branch Library, which opened on April 23, celebrates its official opening ceremony.
- June 20 - Escambia County Commissioner Gene Valentino fires his appointee to the Santa Rosa Island Authority, Kelly G. Robertson.
- June 20 - Jeremiah Rodgers is again sentenced to death by Circuit Judge Paul Rasmussen for the May 7, 1988 murder of Pace High School senior Jennifer Robinson.
- June 19 - ECSO deputies Nick Harris, Matt Clark, Steve Nesmith and retired detective Dan Henry cleared by a jury in a civil lawsuit alleging they illegally searched Jamareo Durr's residence.
- June 18 - Teenage vandals break into Ferry Pass Middle School, causing damages estimated to cost tens of thousands of dollars.
- June 18 - Dr. Claude Strickland, owner of Airport Dental, is arrested on charges he traded dental services for sex with members of the Florida Dream Girls escort service, including a 16-year-old.
- June 16 - The Santa Rosa Island Authority renames a quarter-mile segment of Via de Luna after the late Allen Levin. Also, one of the Pelicans in Paradise sculptures designed by Levin's son Evan was dedicated to him at the Portofino Island Resort.
- June 16 - Emerald Coast Ministries opens the Emerald Coast Women's Ministry Recovery Center on Palmetto Avenue.
- June 16 - The 2007 Sankofa Juneteenth Heritage Festival is held at the Fricker Center.
- June 15-17 - The 2007 Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival is held in Foley, Alabama.
- June 15 - Florida state regulators reject, for the fourth time, an application by Baptist Health Care to build a 96-bed acute care hospital on University Parkway.
- June 14 - Leandre Woods is sentenced to 15 years in state prison for the October 7, 2004 killing of Tywann Grandison.
- June 13 - Shana Sanders and Amanda Pearl Davis are killed in an auto accident on U.S. 90 in Pea Ridge. The driver of the other vehicle, 19-year-old Joshua Harris, is charged with DUI.
- June 13 - Former ECSO Deputy James Sullivan pleads no contest to a charge that he burned on a barbecue grill a videotape of himself allegedly using excessive force against a detained suspect, Jeremy Mann.
- June 13 - The Santa Rosa Island Authority approves a list of policies defining what qualifies as a hotel on Pensacola Beach.
- June 12 - Fred Allen, Sr., who stabbed his wife Patsy on May 4, is deemed mentally unfit for trial and is committed to the Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee.
- June 11 - Luke McCoy returns as host of WCOA's call-in show "Pensacola Speaks" three weeks after stepping down.
- June 11 - The developers of Hawkshaw Eastside parter with Moulton Properties to design a new plan for the 1.8-acre property at 9th Avenue and Romana Street.
- June 11 - The Escambia County Sheriff's Office seizes 35 pounds of marijuana from two Texas smugglers.
- June 8 - John S. Carr is revealed as de Luna LVIII at the Fiesta of Five Flags 2007 Coronation Ball.
- June 8 - Pastor David Gripka is arrested following two drive-by shootings and a seven-hour standoff with the ECSO's SWAT team.
- June 8 - The Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees approves a $1.6 million contract with Caldwell Associates for the creation of design guidelines for the Community Maritime Park project.
- June 8 - Century Mayor Evelyn Hammond appears before the Florida Commission on Ethics regarding recent complaints.
- June 7 - The Escambia County Commission votes to delay the use of FEMA funds to rebuild the Pensacola Bay fishing bridge.
- June 7 - Texas contractor Mark Ribbe is sentenced for the October 15, 2003 disposal of acrylic coating (used in a roofing project at the Bayou Boulevard Target store) into a storm drain that feeds into Carpenter's Creek and Bayou Texar.
- June 7 - An attorney for convicted tax-fraud conspirator Mary Ham files an appeal of the two-year prison sentence delivered by U.S. District Court Judge Casey Rodgers.
- June 7 - The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council sets limits on how much red snapper and shrimp can be caught.
- June 1 - The Florida Elections Commission alerts Santa Rosa County Commissioner Bob Cole of nine possible reporting violations from his 2006 Republican primary race.
- June 1 - The Krewe of Lafitte Grand Fiesta Parade takes place in downtown Pensacola as part of Fiesta of Five Flags 2007
- June 1 - Navarre Liquors opens, the first liquor store in Santa Rosa County since Prohibition.