Legal turnover at Tallahassee Ethics Board creates another vacancy
City Ethics Board has to hire a new lawyer following the resignation of Simone Marsteller after only two months.
Sheriff: Three Suwannee County children in freezer for 30-45 minutes
Suwannee County Sheriff Sam St. John said the children, ages, 1, 4 and 6, died of suffocation consistent with being trapped inside the appliance,
New Tallahassee City Commission wants to give public more input
New city commissioners, mayor want to give public more input
TPD arrests 4 suspects in prostitution sting
Four people were arrested during a Tallahassee Police Department prostitution sting.
Franklin County basketball a dangerous Class 1A sleeper team
The Seahawks are 12-6, unselfish, and boast two of the best, unknown players in the Big Bend
Sky Zone offers free play to federal workers affected by shutdown
The trampoline park company invites furloughed federal employees and their immediate families to stop by the Tallahassee Sky Zone and 159 other locations for free fun and active play.
Submerged mastodon may provide clues to ancient mysteries
Researchers are observing the remains of a mastodon at the bottom of the Wakulla River.
52-year-old Tallahassee woman wins $500,000 on scratch-off ticket
A Tallahassee woman won $500,000 on a scratch-off lottery ticket.
Franklin County Seahawks boys basketball | PHOTOS
Franklin County Seahawks boys basketball | PHOTOS
Tuskegee airman, 93, speaks Thursday at Florida A&M University
Lt. Col. (Ret.) George Hardy, who at 93, is the youngest surviving Tuskegee Airmen, will talk of his experiences at 10 a.m. Thursday at Lee Hall at Florida A&M University.
3 injured escaping south Tallahassee fire
Three people were injured escaping a south Tallahassee house fire Tuesday.
Tallahassee argues no Sunshine Law violation in Elaine Bryant appointment
Lawyers for the city of Tallahassee argued in court documents that commissioners didn’t break the Sunshine Law.
Three Suwannee County children dead after being trapped in freezer
Three Suwannee County children, ages 1, 4, and 6, were found dead after being trapped inside a freezer that had been sitting in their yard.
Fender bender: Tallahassee body shops still feeling brunt of Hurricane Michael
It's taking twice as long to finish car repairs since local body shops are slammed following Hurricane Michael.
Scientist wins trade secrets lawsuit against General Capacitor
Linda Zhong, who was General Capacitor's CEO for a short stint, was awarded more than $2.3 million.
Jacksonville man killed in I-10 crash in Madison County
Pete Weilersbeacher died after his 2000 Honda Civic swerved abruptly to avoid debris on the road and crashed around 3 p.m., according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Lincoln, Wakulla wrestling claim district duals championships
Wrestling competition heat up this week with regional dual match-ups on Thursday and the Trojan Invitational IBT on Saturday
Sentence postponed for Tallahassee woman convicted of trafficking child for years
A woman who faces life in prison on charges of sex trafficking a child in exchange for drugs will be sentenced next month.
TPD: Joe Louis Street death due to gunshot wound
Police confirmed Monday that one of two suspicious deaths that occurred over the weekend was due to a gunshot wound.
LCSO: One of three suspects arrested in kidnapping
The U.S. Marshals Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested one of three men suspected in the kidnapping of another man outside the Hardee's near Lake Jackson.
Tight-lipped TPD says body found in Killearn Estates road victim of crash
Residents in Killearn Estates were uneasy and waiting for news about a body found not far from the busy shopping area at Killarney Way and Shamrock Street roundabout.
Tallahassee woman convicted of trafficking child for years
Celeste Chambers, 37, was convicted of seven charges linked to years of sexual abuse of the girl, who is now 15, for more than 13 years.
Ron DeSantis picks Robert Luck for Supreme Court
DeSantis will make one more appointment to the Supreme Court.
Tallahassee events planned to honor the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. for MLK Day
Marches, speeches and dialogues planned to honor slain civil rights leader
Cleanup of 544 derelict boats after Hurricane Michael comes to an end
Work to collect 544 boats left derelict in the water along Florida’s Panhandle in the wake of Hurricane Michael is nearly complete
Campus Notes: Florida State Faculty Luncheon Series kicks off this week
The Florida State University Faculty Luncheon Series has announced its lecture schedule for Spring 2019.
Prosecutor Georgia Cappleman could be headed to Gadsden amid staffing change
State Attorney Jack Campbell is making staffing changes that could send one of his top prosecutors to lead the Gadsden County office.
TPD investigating second death this weekend on Tallahassee streets
On Saturday morning, officers responded to Killarney Way and Foley Drive and closed down the roads during a death investigation.
Gov. Ron DeSantis is off to a fast start | Cotterell
He showed he intends to be probably the most hands-on, personally involved chief executive Florida has seen in a half-century.
Community gathers for history lesson, updates on remembrance project
Dozens of people packed into St. Michael and All Angels Church to hear more information about the Community Remembrance Project .
Take Me Home pet adoption helps cats, dogs find forever homes
Hundreds of people flocked to the fairgrounds in hopes of finding a pet to add to their family.
7th annual Take Me Home pet adoption |Photos
Pets searching for forever homes were available for adoption at the Take Me Home event.
Russell helps Rickards wins fifth straight game against district rival Godby
The Raiders won a 67-57 home contest on Friday night as two transfers scored in double figures in their first rivalry experience
Government shutdown: Tallahassee lawyer raises money for struggling federal employees
Inspired by newspaper coverage of federal workers in Tallahassee struggling to make ends meet during the government shutdown, attorney Jana McConnaughhay decided to do something to help.
FHP: Car crashed into Riverside Cafe in St. Marks early Saturday morning
An 18-year-old driver is in serious condition after crashing into the Riverside Cafe in St. Marks early Saturday morning.
Rickards' Kelvin Dean talks 67-57 win over Godby | VIDEO
Rickards senior guard Kelvin Dean, a transfer from Chipley, talks about a 67-57 win over Godby and his first experience in the rivalry game.
Godby Cougars vs. Rickards Raiders, boys basketball | PHOTOS
Godby Cougars vs. Rickards Raiders, boys basketball | PHOTOS
TPD investigating death near Killarney Way and Foley Drive, asking motorists to avoid area
The Tallahassee Police Department is investigating a death Saturday morning on Tallahassee's north side.
Maddox indictment: FBI sought more than subpoenas in probe; manager to audit City Hall actions
FBI request for info outside scope of subpoenas produced thousands of emails, other documents
Adams Street reopening delayed until March
Adams Street reopening delayed until March
Sunshine State Ball
The Sunshine State Ball is a celebration of what makes Florida the best place to live, work and raise a family, along with the volunteer work that strengthens communities.
Tallahassee pedestrian seriously injured after being struck by vehicle
The Tallahassee Police Department is currently investigating a traffic crash which occurred near the 1400 block of Capital Circle North West involving a pedestrian.
Gov. Ron DeSantis' emergency landing prompts call to buy new plane
A top legislative leader wants the state to buy a new plane for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis after a scare upended the governor’s travel plans.
Gov. Ron DeSantis suspends Okaloosa school superintendent over child abuse probes
Citing grand jury reports that teachers were abusing special needs children, Gov. Ron DeSantis suspended Okaloosa County Schools Superintendent Mary Beth Jackson.
'We don't tolerate transphobia': Tallahassee venue cancels HodgeTwins conservative comedy show
A conservative coomedic duo said its show was canceled by a Tallahassee venue for political reasons, but the general manager said otherwise.
'Growing year': Wakulla, Lincoln adding experience at different speeds
The Trojans edged the War Eagles by seven after blowing a 20-point second-half lead
Congressman Al Lawson to meet with Tallahassee postmaster over mail delivery problems
The goal of the Jan. 25 meeting is to learn what's causing the volume of problems with delivery service in Tallahassee.
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