Tallahassee, Leon County to open sandbag locations Friday

The City of Tallahassee and Leon County are set to open several sandbag locations to the public on Friday in preparation for the possibility of heavy rainfall this weekend.


Some local residents are down about all of the rain lately.


North American Properties, the development company behind the Cascades Project, has announced some upcoming changes and additions to the mixed-use development.



Wakulla County has partnered up with a nationwide sex offender registry network. It's called OffenderWatch, and the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office hopes it gives parents peace of mind.


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Leon County preparing residents for any upcoming disaster


CRA hears updated plans for old shelter site


Thomas County investigators warn businesses of counterfeit money in the area


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Lake City woman hit, killed while walking in roadway


No financial audit findings for Leon County Schools


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