Tallahassee guitarist has international appeal

Mar 26, 2012

A Tallahassee guitarist has his sights set on a six-string career.  But, as Tom Flanigan tells us, reaching the heights of technical mastery and international acclaim is a long, hard climb.

From his first childhood memories, Silviu Ciulei  recalls his parents urging him to play sports.

A weekend traffic crash has left three people dead. As Sascha Cordner reports, the wreck happened at the intersection of West Tennessee Street and North Monroe Street.

Tallahassee Police are investigating a four-vehicle crash that happened late Saturday night and has so far resulted in the death of three people and left two people seriously injured.

The deadly crash was for the most part between two cars, which both happen to be Jeep Cherokees.

A number of city commissioners say Tallahassee should do what it can to settle a small-claims case that city lawyers say boils down to a locked gate. Regan McCarthy has more.

Tallahassee is expanding its effort to cut down on red light runners. As Sascha Cordner reports, the city is adding red light cameras to an intersection which has had more than 100 crashes in a two-year span.

The intersection of Capital Circle Northeast and Mahan Drive is ranked among the top five in terms of Tallahassee crashes in 2010 and 2011. So, Tallahassee’s Traffic Mobility Manager Allen Secreast says the city has installed two red light cameras, which will come online Wednesday:


Amtrak’s Sunset Limited passenger train hasn’t been on North Florida rails since Hurricane Katrina in 2005.  Now, as Tom Flanigan reports, there’s a growing effort to get that train back on track.

While a Florida Senate Committee was considering alternative fuels for the state’s power plants Monday, an alternative energy car was attracting attention just a few miles from the Capitol.  Tom Flanigan reports the car is part of a growing movement to power motor vehicles with natural gas instead of gasoline.

Tallahassee, FL – Forbes Magazine has ranked Tallahassee among the top ten as one of America's most dangerous cities to live in. But, as Sascha Cordner reports, Tallahassee's Police Chief rebukes the distinction.