1330AM WEBY Northwest Florida's Talk Radio

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!

Oregon Occupiers Will Turn Themselves in to FBI Thursday

The standoff is in its 40th day.

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11.Feb.2016


Unabomber's Family Recalls Turning Him in to FBI

Linda Patrik first suspected her brother-in-law was involved after reading the Unabomber's writing.

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11.Feb.2016


Sanders Believes Bill Clinton Has Hit Below the Belt

"I felt that President Clinton said things that were just not accurate."

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11.Feb.2016


Applications for US Jobless Aid Fell Sharply Last Week

Weekly applications for US unemployment benefits fall to 269,000, a positive sign for hiring

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11.Feb.2016


North Dakota Man Allegedly Fires at Police, 1 Officer Has Life-Threatening Injuries

Officers responded to a call about a domestic dispute.

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11.Feb.2016


Former Auschwitz Guard, 94, Goes on Trial in Germany

A 94-year-old former Auschwitz guard goes on trial on 170,000 counts of accessory to murder in western Germany, accused of serving in the death camp when hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Jews were gassed

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11.Feb.2016


Son: Gunman Who Killed 2 Deputies Had Emotional Problems

The son of a gunman who fatally shot two Maryland sheriff's deputies before he was killed in a shootout says his father was a heavy drinker with emotional problems, but never spoke poorly of police

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11.Feb.2016


Ex-LA Sheriff Pleads Guilty to Lying During Corruption Probe

Former Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca pleaded guilty to lying to federal authorities investigating corruption in the department, a probe that was gaining momentum when he abruptly retired two years ago

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11.Feb.2016


Deputy, Civilian Pilot Killed in Tulare County Plane Crash

Authorities say a sheriff's deputy and a civilian pilot were killed when a single-engine plane crashed near Springville in Tulare County

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10.Feb.2016


NTSB Weighs Probe of Cruise's Weather Troubles

The investigation may run in conjunction with the one underway for El Faro.

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10.Feb.2016


Ted Bundy: Crime scene to death chamber

The lead prosecutor in the trial of Ted Bundy discussed the case at UWF on Wednesday

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10.Feb.2016


City remains mum on fire chiefs

Pensacola officials sat down with the News Journal on Wednesday

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10.Feb.2016


Food trucks face final hour opposition

UWF Historic Trust opposed to food truck ordinance

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11.Feb.2016


Roy Jones Jr. refutes retirement report

Pensacola native and former multiple-time world champion said he has not retired yet, refuting story by Russian outlet

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10.Feb.2016


Future murky for Island Authority

Island Authority to recommend to county commissioners that governing body maintain status quo

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11.Feb.2016


The Grammar Police are here to help

The UWF writing lab opens grammar hotline to the public and shares grammar tips for National Grammar Day on March 4.

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10.Feb.2016


Do you know this ‘Jane Doe?’

Central Fla. detectives trying to identify woman found dead in 1972.

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10.Feb.2016


Studers increase scholarship amount, reach

Students attending public high schools in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties eligible to apply for scholarship.

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11.Feb.2016


Solnick: Fantasy training builds real results

Not all nerdy pastimes are sedentary. Whether training with lightsabers or in Medieval garb, you can get quite a workout.

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10.Feb.2016


Interviewing starts in the parking lot

Interview skills start when you park your car and end when you leave

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10.Feb.2016