Davondra Alston

Intern

Davondra Alston is a Florida A&M University graduate. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism. Prior to interning with WFSU-FM, she interned at the Association of Florida Colleges and Capitol Outlook. She also participated in FAMU TV 20 at Five as an associate producer, writing and producing scripts. Alston is looking forward to attending graduate school to major in a Science and Speech Disorders program. 

Davondra Alston

April was National Minority Health Month and with diabetes and other health related issues increasing in communities around the state, researchers want to address health disparities. The Florida Department of Health focused its efforts on food deserts and pushed for healthy eating and education. Researchers are pointing to those same food deserts as a contributor to health issues disproportionally affecting minorities, and advocates say education and access to healthier foods would help these communities get back to basics. 

Dương Trần Quốc / Unsplash

To protect your identity and reduce fraud, the Tallahassee Police Department is inviting the public to a shredding day. Officials say shredding old documents will decrease financial crimes.

Picture of the sunset at Cascades Park
Erich Martin

Tallahassee commissioners will discuss the development of two new parks during their Wednesday meeting. 

America's Second Harvest of the Big Bend

A Man With A Truck Warehouse and Storage is collecting donations of nonperishable foods from local businesses. The donations will go to the annual Summer Fill-A-Truck Food and Fund Drive.