Dave Dunwoody

Assistant News Director

Dave came to WUWF in September, 2002, after 14 years as News Director at the Alabama Radio Network in Montgomery, Mobile and Birmingham and a total of 27 years in commercial radio.

The Trion, Georgia native was also news director at stations in Anniston, Scottsboro and Fort Payne in Alabama, where he also broadcast football, basketball and baseball play-by-play. Dave also “spun the hits” at rock and country music stations in Lafayette, Albany and Rome, Georgia and Burlington, North Carolina.

During his time at WUWF, Dave has earned a B.A. in Communication Arts/Journalism at the University of West Florida (Class of 2012).  He’s married to the former Linda Shiell, a Pensacola native, and they live in Pensacola with their cat Callie and dog Monty. Dave is also a passionate fan of Georgia Bulldogs and Atlanta Falcons football; the Atlanta Braves, Pensacola Blue Wahoos and Pensacola Ice Flyers. His hobbies include comedy writing, guitar and computer sports games.

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Pensacola Airport
4:26 pm
Thu July 17, 2014

FlyPensacola.com Gets An Upgrade

Credit flypensacola.com

Pensacola International Airport has a new presence on the web. FlyPensacola.com has gotten an upgrade.

Sleek graphics, vibrant photos and new navigational tools are featured on the improved, mobile-friendly website. Marketing Director Belinda Zephir says it’s all aimed at enhancing the user experience.

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Climate Change
5:15 pm
Wed July 16, 2014

Scientists To Scott: Meet With Us On Climate Change

Florida is vulnerable to climate change because of its low sea level and lack of mitigation plan.
Credit Mikaela Sheldt

Ten scientists from Florida universities are asking Gov. Rick Scott to talk with them about climate change and the impact human-induced global warming will have on Florida. 

Scott, when running for Governor in 2010 initially denied the impact of human-induced global warming, saying that he’s not convinced that there's any man-made climate change. He has since been reluctant to engage on the issue.

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Fair Districting
6:00 pm
Tue July 15, 2014

Gaetz: No Appeal Of Redistricting Ruling

Credit FLSenate.gov

There will be no appeal of last week’s ruling which struck down Florida’s congressional map that was drawn in 2012. The redistricting plan was declared unconstitutional by a judge in Tallahassee.

Leon County Circuit Judge Terry Lewis ruled that Districts 5 and 10 were drawn to benefit Republicans and need changing. Seven other districts that had been challenged do not need to be redrawn.

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Assistance Deadline Extended
10:57 am
Mon July 14, 2014

Deadline Extended to Help Flood Victims

Credit sba.gov

July 21 is the new deadline for northwest Florida residents affected by storms and flooding to apply to FEMA for federal disaster assistance.

As of last week, 860 disaster loans had been approved, totaling almost $36 million. The assistance covers damages from the severe storms, tornadoes and flooding in the Pensacola area from April 28 through May 6.

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Local News
3:38 pm
Thu July 10, 2014

Port of Pensacola Welcomes New Operation

Credit flaports.org

Two hundred jobs are being created through a major manufacturing facility to be built at the Port of Pensacola. 

Mayor Ashton Hayward kicked off the announcement, with a number of business leaders and elected officials sitting under a tent and battling a swarm of gnats near Commendencia Slip. The City Council approved a lease agreement in March, which was executed in May – opening the door for the project.

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