Pensacola's #1 Morning Radio Show with host, Andrew McKay
Airs Monday-Friday 5-9AM
Producer: Davis Allen
10/29/20 - Mike Wood - Public Information Officer of the Pensacola Police Department
Officer Wood joins the Pensacola Morning News to discuss the aftermath of Hurricane Zeta and the impacts it had on Pensacola and a brief recap of security at the Trump rally last Friday.
10/29/20 - Janice Gilley - Escambia County Administrator
Administrator Gilley joins the Pensacola Morning News to discuss the aftermath of Hurricane Zeta, power outages in the county, the growth in Beulah and the proposal to put a school on OLF-8 and the recommendations and designs of OLF-8, and the latest COVID numbers for the county.
10/28/20 - Grover Robinson - Mayor of Pensacola
Mayor Robinson joins the Pensacola Morning News to discuss storm preparation for Hurricane Zeta, trash pick-up still happening until noon today, the barges that are still beached in Pensacola, and the Langley roundabout project expected to be done in mid-November.
10/27/20 - Pensacola Morning News - 8:08AM Segment
During the opening of the 8AM segment, Andrew McKay discusses the 2020 election, and why no matter the result of the election, everything is going to be okay.
10/27/20 - Chip Simmons - Chief Deputy of the Escambia County Sheriff's Office
Chief Simmons joins the Pensacola Morning News to discuss a robbery at the Publix grocery store off of Mobile HWY and Michigan Avenue that resulted in the robber leaving with thousands in cash (robber was eventually arrested in Jacksonville by ATF).
10/27/20 - John Purdy - Meteorologist from the National Weather Service (Mobile)
Meteorologist John Purdy of the National Weather Service in Mobile, joins the Pensacola Morning News to discuss the status of Tropical Storm Zeta, which is currently moving fast at 35 MPH with sustained wind speeds of 70 MPH. Zeta is currently projected to impact Northwest Florida.