Dave has been a broadcaster for 46 years, the first 13 in radio, in Georgia and Alabama. He came to WALB first as voice talent and audio producer, then became director of promotions and public service, and then moved into news in 1995. In 1997, Dave went to the MSNBC Academy in Redmond, Washington, and began WALB's internet platform. He has been a constant presence in the station's online product ever since. In his three decades of service at WALB, Dave helped cover the floods of 1994 and 1998. He has worked alongside Channel 10 fixtures like Gil Patrick, Grady "Captain Mercury" Shadburn, Dawn Hobby, Rick Williams, Ben Roberts, and Yolanda Amadeo.
The Congressmen asked the Inspector General to examine claims made by Dawn Wooten, who is represented by Project South, alleging that unwanted medical procedures have been performed on people detained at the ICE detention center in Ocilla.
Prepared and served on the History Center’s grounds over open fire in cast iron kettles, proceeds from this traditional southern supper supports the programs and preservation of Thomas County’s rich history.