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Capital Report: 11-29-2013

Dec 4, 2013

Florida is known for its produce – it’s not uncommon to see roadside stands selling it. The state even features the image of an orange on its license plates.  But amidst all this plenty, Regan McCarthy reports many Floridians have little or no access to fresh fruits and vegetables.

Deal Reached Between Grad Students And FSU

Sep 6, 2013

Florida State University graduate students will see their healthcare subsidies increase this year after an almost 5-month long mediation with university officials.

411 Teen: Hispanic Students

Jul 3, 2013

Join host Dr. Liz Holifield for "411 Teen", a locally produced program created with teen input for a teenage audience. Guests provide insights into topics that concern adolescents.  This week, several university students join the roundtable to discuss issues concerning Hispanic students, including the importance of higher education.

Innovation Park, the science incubator run by Leon County and Tallahassee, could see major organizational changes after an embezzlement scandal shook up leadership three years ago. Newly appointed chairwoman Kristin Dozier is proposing to transfer over most of the park’s buildings to private businesses and universities.  

411 Teen: "The Rez"

Sep 19, 2012

Join host Dr. Liz Holifield for "411 Teen", a locally produced program created with teen input for a teenage audience.  This episode we profile the FSU Reservation's various recreational activities and events.  

FSU Film Students Seeking Votes In National Contest

Aug 8, 2012
Sprite.com/films

Two students from the Florida State University film school are finalists in the national Sprite Films competition, which puts the winning film in theaters across the country this fall. The public can vote for the audience-choice award, now through the end of August at Sprite.com/films.

US Presswire

Authorities in Leon County have issued an arrest warrant for Florida State running back James Wilder Jr.

The 20-year-old sophomore running back is wanted for violating the terms of his probation from an incident in February when he was charged with resisting arrest without violence.

Attorney Tim Jansen said Wilder turned himself in Friday afternoon and is being held without bond.

 "He'll sit there until we get him into court next week," he said.

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