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!

10 More Victims Named in Oakland Warehouse Fire That Killed 36

Thirty-three of the victims have been positively identified.

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05.Dec.2016


Thousands Hold Vigil to Mourn Oakland Warehouse Fire Victims

Thousands of people attended a Monday evening vigil to mourn the victims of the warehouse fire in Oakland on Friday night that claimed 36 lives. A Facebook event page created for the vigil showed more than 5,000 people attending the event at the Lake Merritt Pergola in Oakland. Attendees posted photos online of mourners gathering around memorials dedicated to the victims. Officials released the names of 10 more victims of the blaze on Monday. Of the 36 victims, 22 have been positively identified and their families have been notified, the city said in a statement. An additional 10 victims have been tentatively identified and three victims need scientific identification. Three of the victims were from outside the country -- Finland, Korea and Guatemala. The Alameda County District Attorney's Office has launched a criminal investigation into the incident. Investigators are trying to determine whether there was criminal liability, and if so, against whom, said Alameda County...

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05.Dec.2016


Survivors Recount 'Wall of Fire' at Oakland Warehouse Blaze

The blaze killed at least 36 people.

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05.Dec.2016


US to Return Some Okinawa Land to Japan

Defense Secretary Ash Carter made the announcement in Tokyo on Tuesday.

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05.Dec.2016


Syrian Government: Aleppo Truce Must Include Rebel Pullout

Syrian government says it rejects any cease-fire for embattled Aleppo unless rebels withdraw from the city

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05.Dec.2016


Oil Industry Urges Trump to Approve Dakota Access Pipeline

Industry leaders are urging President-elect Donald Trump to make approval of the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline a priority when he takes office next month, but a spokesman for Trump isn't offering many clues about how the incoming president might act

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05.Dec.2016


Iran President: Trump Won't Be Able to Harm the Nuclear Deal

Iran's president says his country will not allow incoming US President Trump to 'tear up' Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers

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05.Dec.2016


Texas Republican Elector Says He Won't Cast Ballot for Trump

A Republican member of the Electoral College from Texas says he won't cast one of his state's 38 electoral votes for Donald Trump

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05.Dec.2016


Man Accused of Threatening Muslim Officer Faces Hate Charge

A man accused of threatening an off-duty Muslim police officer previously commended for heroism is facing a hate-crime charge

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05.Dec.2016


Police: 2 Shot During Christmas Parade in North Carolina

Police say two people have been shot during a Christmas parade in central North Carolina

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05.Dec.2016


Pensacola High 5-0, continues area dominance

Pensacola High boys and Central High girls get basketball wins Monday

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05.Dec.2016


Myers: Bowlers of the month announced

The Greater Pensacola United States Bowling Congress Association has announced its October Bowlers of the Month.

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05.Dec.2016


Blue Wahoos receive prestigious award

Pensacola Blue Wahoos win Bob Freitas Award for best overall franchise

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05.Dec.2016


Navy pharmacy techs fill tall order

Because the corpsman will likely be deployed to work on their own, they frequently interact directly with doctors.

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05.Dec.2016


Nonstop flights to D.C. from Pensacola? You got it

American Airlines announces nonstop flights from Pensacola to Washington D.C.

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05.Dec.2016


Pensacola fighting manufacturing decline

Similar to the nation, the region has grappled with a drop in manufacturing jobs, but a variety of solutions exist.

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05.Dec.2016


International Paper's Pensacola Mill in action

Chris Gray, a pulp loader, describes his job at International Paper's Pensacola Mill.

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05.Dec.2016


Snowball Derby submerged 'til Tuesday

The worst weather in half-century history of Snowball Derby forced another rainout Monday and hope for Tuesday finish

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05.Dec.2016


Downtown trolleys popular for events

A pilot program for a trolley system in downtown Pensacola is showing promise

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05.Dec.2016


Santa Rosa County Health Department offers flu shots

The health department in Santa Rosa County is offering flu shots three times a week at two locations

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05.Dec.2016