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Real News line-up for Tuesday, Aug. 17

On NewsTalk 1370 WCOA, we will discuss the rise of gun violence with Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May, Pastor Marcel Davis of Adoration For a…

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‘Real News with Rick Outzen’ starts at 6 am

Overnight NOAA has advised that Tropical Storm Fred may hit landfill in south Walton County – between Destin and Panama City.  We think this is…

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Real News sets record for unique interviews

On the air only 90 minutes a day, “Real News with Rick Outzen” set a local record for the most unique full-length interviews for Monday-Friday…

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Breaking: Gallery Night cancelled

August Gallery Night Event Cancelled Due to Contagious COVID-19 Delta Variant Concerns  Planning Virtual Event with Pensacola Artists Live PENSACOLA, FL – August 10, 2021…

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Real News podcast: Quint Studer

On Monday, I interviewed Quint Studer on NewsTalk 1370 WCOA’s “Real News.” We talked about the new ball park for his Beloit Snappers, ABC Supply…

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Real News podcasts, in case you missed the show

We are setting up full podcasts of each show, but, until then, I’ve created two shorter podcasts for those of you who missed the show….

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Pensacola Children’s Chorus goes to Carnegie Hall next year

Press Release: The Pensacola Children’s Chorus (PCC) will perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City on June 13, 2022. “This is an astounding achievement…

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Gulf Islands generate $225M economic impact

Press release: In the year 2020, more than 4 million visitors to Gulf Islands National Seashore spent $180 million in nearby communities, according to a…

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Movement on city skate park

At his Monday presser, Mayor Grover Robinson said he has been in discussion with Interim County Administrator Wes Moreno and county staff about the long-awaited…

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