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IN Your Head Radio: Mobile mayor’s first 100 days, UF Dean on 4-H controversy, UWF football coach Pete Shinnick

IN Your Head Radio: Mobile mayor’s first 100 days, UF Dean on 4-H controversy, UWF football coach Pete Shinnick

On the radio show today, I have at 11:35 a.m. Rob Holbert, co-publisher of Lagniappe, the independent newspaper in Mobile, Ala. We will discuss the first 100 days of Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson. At 12:05 we will have UF Dean Nick Place talk about the controversy over the new 4-H building for [...]

INYR interview with Brent Coon on BP claims

INYR interview with Brent Coon on BP claims

On IN Your Head Radio, I interviewed Texas attorney Brent Coon on BP, how it has dealt with disasters in the past and on the latest developments with BP claims settlements. Listen here.

Hayward wants to change his homeless ordinance

Though Mayor Ashton Hayward fails to mention last year's homeless ordinances came from his office and places blame on the city council, he appears ready to right those wrongs. He credits prayer and personal reflection as the key to his change of mind. Sadly he doesn't give Councilwoman Sheri Myers [...]

IN Your Head Radio: Florida Legislature, Law Enforcement and more

IN Your Head Radio: Florida Legislature, Law Enforcement and more

The guest list has been set for today's show: 11:35 State Rep. Clay Ingram 12:35 Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan 1:05 Tammie Byrer, EscaRosa Coalition on the Homeless The show airs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on WCOA FM 100.7. You can listen online at Wcoapensacola.com or on [...]

CMPA wins lawsuit against former developer, awarded $1.6 million

CMPA wins lawsuit against former developer, awarded $1.6 million

CMPA has prevailed in the lawsuit against MPDP. Defendant Maritime Park Development Partners, LLC, is ordered to disgorge to Plaintiff Community Maritime Park Associates, Inc., the total sum of $1,624,066.57.36 Read Order - Ruling.

Yes, sir. Florida Legislature has another gun bill

Yes, sir. Florida Legislature has another gun bill

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida Insurance companies could face tougher penalties if they impose higher rates, refuse to issue or cancel auto or homeowner policies due to gun ownership, under a measure backed by a House committee Tuesday. Florida law already prohibits such action, [...]

FDLE chemist arrested

FDLE chemist arrested

Escambia County Sheriff's Office Investigators, in conjunction with the State Attorney's Office, obtained warrants for the arrest of former FDLE lab chemist Joseph Graves.   Graves is charged with one (1) count of Grand Theft of a Controlled Substance, twelve (12) counts of Tampering [...]

IN Your Head Radio, Feb. 4: UWF Football, Florida politics and homeless issue

IN Your Head Radio, Feb. 4:  UWF Football, Florida politics and homeless issue

We have University of West Florida Athletic Director Dave Scott on the show at 11:05 am. Republican strategist Rick Wilson will be on at 12:05 p.m., and we are trying to get Rev. Nathan Monk on the show at 1:05 pm. The show airs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on WCOA FM 100.7. You can listen online at [...]

Tar balls still being found on Pensacola Beach

Tar balls still being found on Pensacola Beach

FDEP personnel Dominic Marcanio and Joey Whibbs conducted on Jan. 31 post-response monitoring surveys in Escambia County, Florida, with a focus in the Fort Pickens area. A total of 328 tar balls were collected during their survey, amounting to nearly two pounds removed from these sections of [...]

Woody Allen’s daughter writes of her sexual assault

Dylan Farrow writes of how she was sexually assaulted by her adopted father, Woody Allen.   Woody Allen is a living testament to the way our society fails the survivors of sexual assault and abuse.  The account is haunting and powerful. Read here.  The account ends [...]

UWF names first football coach

The University of West Florida has named Pete Shinnick the first football head coach in the program’s history. Shinnick will be available for media questions and introductions in a press conference at the Argonaut Athletic Club on Thursday, Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. Football will be the 15th varsity [...]

Florida GI Bill seeks to make state more military friendly

By Jim Turner, The News Service of Florida Pitching an aggressive state "GI Bill," Republican legislative leaders want to attract more military veterans to the Sunshine State and attract more people to the Florida National Guard. The hefty proposals (HB 7015 and SPB 7020), which include [...]

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