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A new study suggests professional associations have a very big impact on Florida’s economy. And, since so many of those associations are headquartered around the State Capitol, much of that economic impact is centered in Tallahassee.

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Now that Tallahassee Police have received a federal grant for body cameras, the local law agency is working on getting them rolled out to the department.


In wake of the recent shooting at a Texas Church, Gadsden County’s sheriff office is working on putting together some training for local churches.

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The overall crime rate is down for the Tallahassee and Leon County area. While they still have work to do, the head of two local law enforcement agencies say they’re making a lot of headway.

Frenchtown Redevelopment Partners /

Developers are getting more time to draft a plan to rebuild a block in the heart of downtown Tallahassee. 

John Thrasher

Members of Florida's public university governing system are throwing their support behind Florida State University’s move to ban all social Greek organizations. The decision comes after the recent death of a fraternity pledge.

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The Tallahassee City Commission voted last night to have the city post online all public records that have been provided to a federal grand jury investigating alleged public corruption. And in a separate case, city manager Rick Fernandez is taking paid temporary leave as an ethics complaint against him moves forward.

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Florida State University Greek fraternities and sororities are indefinitely suspended following the recent death of a pledge. President John Thrasher is defending the decision but not everyone is certain he’s right.

Florida A&M University says it’s placed a developmental school employee on administrative leave after they were accused of inappropriate contact with high schoolers.

A spectacular – and somewhat unconventional - performer is coming to the Monticello Opera House. He’s a master of blending Middle Eastern and Western beats into what’s been described as a “blizzard of sound.”

Tom Flanigan

Thanks to the City of Tallahassee and several other community partners, two families have brand new homes in the Sabal Palm neighborhood.

Leon County Jail

Florida State University police have arrested a second fraternity member accused of selling drugs on campus. The move comes a day after the school announced more arrests for drug sales would be forthcoming.

A world-famous musical group will be playing in Tallahassee this Saturday (11/11).  A fortunate and unforeseen set of circumstances led to this performance.

St. John's Episcopal Church
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St. Johns Episcopal Church could soon receive a local historical designation.  The Tallahassee City Commission is poised to approve its addition to the county’s historical registry.

Tom Flanigan

The Blueprint Intergovernmental Agency is working on a new trail project along Tallahassee's South Magnolia Drive. At the same time, a much larger and more controversial road project is being planned in the southwest part of the city.

Railroad Square Art Park

Many Caribbean islands have had a rough time this year. An upcoming Tallahassee event will not only celebrate those islands’ cultures but also help rebuild a storm-devastated region.

Tom Flanigan

What its creators say is the world's biggest bounce house was at Tallahassee's Cross Creek Driving Range over the weekend.

Florida State University is suspending all of its fraternities and sororities indefinitely after the recent death of a fraternity pledge and the arrest of a member for selling drugs.

Tom Flanigan

The story of the famous World War II African American fighter squadron, the Tuskegee Airmen was being told Saturday (11/4) at Tallahassee International airport.

Tom Flanigan

The City of Tallahassee hosted another in its series of "Longest Table" community conversations Sunday (11/5) night. It happened along a table that stretched for more than two blocks down the middle of Duval Street downtown.

Tom Flanigan

A number of local Tallahassee businesses have been marking anniversaries lately. A few weeks ago, Cabo's Bar and Grille celebrated 3 decades of existence. This weekend a popular Capital City coffee house was celebrating 2 decades of serving a large and enthusiastic customer base.

FAMU To Form REACH Program With New Federal Fund

Nov 3, 2017
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Florida A&M University is receiving more than one million dollars in federal funding to support budding entrepreneurs.

What’s being called a “medical emergency” has cancelled tonight’s (Friday 11/3) Tallahassee concert by a legendary Southern Rock band.

Tom Flanigan

The organization that represents the Capital City's business community is urging the consolidation of City and County governments as a possible solution to crime and corruption.

Tom Flanigan

Leon County and Tallahassee law enforcement agencies have called their North Florida state and local law partners for backup.