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Real News podcasts: Friday, Oct. 15

Dr. Frank S. Gilliam, UWF professor in the Department of Biology, previews his talk with the League of Women Voters Pensacola Bay Area: “Global Warming:…

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Real News podcast: National Grouch Day

Yesterday, the Bear Family Foundation donated $4.3 million to help build the new Baptist Hospital. On 1370 WCOA, I talked about how much of the…

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Real News podcasts: Thursday, Oct. 14

Daniel Gade discusses his new book, Wounding Warriors: How Bad Policy Is Making Veterans Sicker and Poorer. Mike Lowery, ATU Local 1395 president, talks about…

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Breaking News: TDC gets bed tax audit (podcast)

TDC chairman David Bear texted the Joint Legislative Auditing Committee granted an independent audit of bed tax expenditures to determine whether they conform with state…

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Hayward joins Public Affairs firm

Suskey Consulting, the firm run by lobbyist Alan Suskey, is merging with Shumaker Advisors Florida, Florida Politics reports. Former Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward was listed…

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Jail medical director abandons job, terminated

Dr. Rayme Edler has abandoned her job as medical director of the Escambia County Jail and was terminated under county employment policies, according to a…

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Real News podcast: May on Children’s Trust, administrator search

Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May recaps yesterday’s meeting of the Escambia Children’s Trust and talks about the need to start search for new county administrator.

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Real News podcast: Childers continues to try to derail bed tax audit

Why is County Clerk Pam Childers so upset about the Tourist Development Council wanting to audit of how she and the county administration spend bed…

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The guardianship of Sarah Wurzbach

During her birth, Sarah Wurzbach was injured. As result, she was awarded $5 million in a malpractice lawsuit. Funds were placed in an irrevocable trust….

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