A-Dogg

Bio

Hey, the name's Anthony. Most people know me as A-Dogg. I work in radio. I am the executive producer for 1330 WEBY and also host a show called 'Christian Connections' on Sundays at 6:30am and again at 11:00am with the best variety of Christian music & interviews with artists. Tune in! I probably consider myself very lucky as I have a wonderful family. I don't think I could surround myself with more wonderful people than with my family & friends.

I have lived here in Milton, FL for my entire life though I really love Tennessee. I'm a pretty good guy though I tend to get pretty hyper quite often. I don't drink, smoke, or do drugs. That stuff isn't me and it doesn't turn me on quite honestly. I love God, I find myself turning to him because no matter who I'm around, I know he's always there with me.

Music makes the world go around in my opinion. I like everything, I can turn on a song and adapt it to whatever mood I am in and I love going to concerts (there's nothing better than letting the energy out live with hundreds or thousands of others with you).
 

Heroes/Inspirational People

  • My friends
  • My family
  • God
  • Ladies

Movies/Television

  • Zombieland (by far)
  • Anything on ESPN involving sports
  • Good sitcoms from the 90's era

Hobbies/Interests

  • football
  • kickball
  • basketball
  • music
  • concerts
  • hanging out with my friends AKA home-dogs!

WH official: 'We've looked at' changing libel laws that would restrict press freedom

Reince Priebus said the White House also may look at restricting flag burning.

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30.Apr.2017


'Mr. President, the media is not fake news,' Bob Woodward says

Woodward took on Trump at the Correspondents' Dinner.

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29.Apr.2017


Trump assails media, Obama, while skipping Correspondents' Dinner

The president spoke at a rally in Pennsylvania.

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29.Apr.2017


NY lawmakers hatch plan to release Trump's state taxes

New York Democrats have hatched a plan to get a look at Donald Trump's tax records by crafting a piece of legislation that does everything but mention the president by name

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30.Apr.2017


US coalition strikes against ISIS killed at least 352 civilians since 2014, Pentagon says

Pentagon says at least 352 civilians have died in ISIS fight since August 2014.

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30.Apr.2017


Second of 2 missing Arkansas children dead, suspect held

The second of two missing children has been found dead in western Arkansas

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30.Apr.2017


Locker room assault sparks effort to heal Idaho communities

Community leaders in Idaho are collecting stories of violence and discrimination in the wake of a sexual assault of a disabled black athlete by his white teammates that shocked not only a small town but residents across the state

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30.Apr.2017


Is this the future of college: Online classes, but no degree

Educational startups are offering alternatives to the traditional four-year college, but some experts are urging caution

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30.Apr.2017


North Dakota may join states that allow otter trapping

North Dakota will become the latest state to allow the killing of North American river otters if the state's governor signs off

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30.Apr.2017


Swimmer injured in shark attack at Southern California beach

The woman was wading in the water when she was bitten along her upper thigh.

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30.Apr.2017


Vehicle collides with eight pedestrians

PERDIDO KEY — Florida authorities say eight people were injured when they were struck by a car while walking.The Florida Highway Patrol said the incident happened on the 14000 block of Perdido Key Drive near Pensacola at 8:15 p.m. Saturday night.In a news release Sunday, Lieutenant Eddie Elmore said officers are still investigating. According to a press release from Florida Highway Patrol 56-year- [...]

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30.Apr.2017


Tornado Watch issued in Alabama as storm system enters region

The timetable for the possible arrival of a strong thunderstorm system remains in the evening hours in Northwest Florida.

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30.Apr.2017


'We just need volunteers'

EAST MILTON — “I haven’t seen two food distributions after a mild winter fill up so fast,” United Way of Santa Rosa Major Gifts Manager Kyle Holley said.The first was an April 14 One Love distribution, with food from the Manna Food Bank, held at two locations: Milton High School and S.S. Dixon Primary School in Pace.One Love announced the event March 29 and, by April 13, both sites attracted roughly 150 families who submitted vouchers to receive food. [...]

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28.Apr.2017


Milton Truck Driver's Institute implements sex trafficking training

MILTON — Santa Rosa County truckers are making the fight against human trafficking a top priority.Truck Driver’s Institute in Milton trains adults to get their Class A Commercial Drivers Licenses and provides job placement with 20-plus carrier partners. On Feb. 8, TDI’s corporate office in Tennessee announced the school’s partnership with Truckers Against Trafficking.“TDI showed us a video on human trafficking,” TDI-Milton graduate [...]

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28.Apr.2017


Milton church to hold yard sale for youth

MILTON — From 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 29 Christian Life Church’s Super Saturday Sale will take place benefitting its youth for their summer camp at Adventures Unlimited. The church is located at 4401 Avalon Blvd in Milton.Items for sale include furniture, glassware, children and adult clothing and shoes, baby items, books, electronics, sports gear and more. [...]

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28.Apr.2017


Study: Santa Rosa property tax value ranks seventh in state

MILTON — Santa Rosa County ranks seventh in Florida for its return on investment of property taxes, according to financial technology company SmartAsset’s third annual study.The study considered property tax rates, quality of local schools and local crime rates to determine an overall value of the tax dollar. It focused on three elements that county officials have cited as [...]

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28.Apr.2017


Navarre Beach hotel now set to open Memorial Day weekend

The 161-room hotel replaces the old Holiday Inn, which was destroyed by Hurricane Ivan in 2004.

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28.Apr.2017


Pace woman turns antiquing hobby into a career

PACE — Sue Scipioni, a former sports bar owner from Indiana, has turned a long-time treasure hunting hobby into a full-time job.Scipioni has bought and sold antiques for more than 20 years, operating booths at local antique vendor malls for four years.She and her husband, Skip — who have lived all over the country and abroad — bought many antiques while visiting other countries.“When I’d go on a trip with my husband, while he was [...]

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27.Apr.2017


Possession of drug paraphernalia among Fish and Wildlife incidents

MILTON — The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission filed these cases between April 14 and 20 in Santa Rosa County:DRUG PARAPHERNALIA DISCOVEREDOfficers Lewis and Jernigan were on patrol in the Blackwater River State Forest when they saw a vessel approaching a landing.The vessel’s registration had been expired for approximately three years. The operator stated he recently purchased the vessel but could not produce a bill of sale. [...]

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27.Apr.2017


Santa Rosa sheriff's arrests: April 25-27

The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office provided these felony arrest reports for April 25-27.Defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.Joseph Logan Banks, 27, Pensacola, probation violationWalter William Blakeman, 36, Navarre, resisting officer, possession of weapon by felon, burglary, larceny, forgery of public record certificateRyan [...]

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27.Apr.2017