Tom Flanigan

Building Boom Sweeps Tallahassee's Central Core

It’s nearly impossible to go a single block anywhere in the Capital City’s downtown these days without encountering big changes.
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Building Boom Sweeps Tallahassee's Central Core

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Tom Flanigan

It’s nearly impossible to go a single block anywhere in the Capital City’s downtown these days without encountering big changes.

NOAA

Governor Rick Scott is declaring a state of emergency as Tropical Storm Erika churns in the Caribbean.

Meeting up with a stranger to deliver goods advertised online is dangerous. That’s the message a Miami Gardens Democrat wants to send with her “safe haven” bill.

Second Judicial Circuit

The Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission is recommending an early retirement for Second Judicial Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford.  She has been under investigation by the JQC for alleged improprieties in Wakulla County.

A North Florida correctional officer is facing a felony charge for alleged smuggling, following her Wednesday arrest. It’s the latest in a slew of arrests this week within the Florida Department of Corrections.

Florida State University PD

As law enforcement officers investigate More than half-a-dozen attempted abductions of young women they’re facing distractions from false reports.

Erika's projected path.
National Oceanic And Atmospheric Association

Tropical Storm Erika is heading north and that could mean Florida’s hurricane drought is at an end.  State officials say preparations are already under way.

Tallahassee’s Vertical Building Boom: A Model Of Smart Growth

Aug 27, 2015
One Tallahassee entrepreneur presents to a room of business people about his new startup.
By Andrew J. Mitchell, Jr.

Tallahassee is not a major metropolitan area, but it’s trying to become one. It’s challenging journey for Florida’s capital city.

Tallahassee Police Chief Mike DeLeo
Sascha Cordner / WFSU-FM

Tallahassee Police Chief Mike DeLeo and his wife are divorcing. They've been estranged for nearly a year. But DeLeo's decision to date one of his subordinates is raising questions in the City Manager's office.

Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush says he doesn’t know if he would close the recently opened US embassy in Cuba if he were elected. The former two-term governor of Florida gave an exclusive interview Wednesday with WFSU News reporter Jim Ash.


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