Posted: 4:30 PM Tallahassee's Ten Artists, Ltd. Shows The "Power of Ten" show will debut April 5-27, 2013.
Updated: 5:23 PM The historic Franklin Building, located in Frenchtown, will serve as the future home of the Tallahassee branch of the NAACP and the Tallahassee Civil Rights Museum.
Updated: 7:24 PM A man has settled his lawsuit with the city of Tallahassee after a police officer fatally shot his dog.
Posted: 1:54 PM Street closures for Friday April 5th and Saturday, April 6th.
Updated: 4:26 PM Florida's Pinwheels for Prevention campaign is part of a national movement to change the way we think about child abuse prevention.
Updated: 7:09 PM Over 100 human service agencies and other vendors will be participating in the Stand Down event by providing the veterans with food, clothing and medical, legal and mental services.
Updated: 11:35 PM Gadsden school officials say Robert Bryant he was the first black superintendent in their county and the entire state of Florida.
Updated: 7:08 PM “It’s estimated that there are 67,000 homeless veterans in our nation,” said Ivan Maldonado, interim executive director of StarMetro.
Posted: 2:20 PM Farm Share is preparing to serve thousands of hungry veterans and their families at the 'Stand Down' event in Tallahassee this weekend.
Updated: 10:59 AM Ms. Hines is visiting students at Leon High and from 4 to 6 p.m. will be the guest of honor at a reception hosted by the Leon Foundation.
Posted: 2:24 AM 11Th Annual Bluegrass Festival
Updated: 10:37 PM The all day event will bring Florida teachers, parents and students to Tallahassee in support of parental school choice for their children.
Updated: 10:37 PM About 75-100 employees with the Tallahassee Police Department walked around Lake Ella this morning for National Walking Day.
Updated: 3:38 PM The Lyceum Series will host Youth International Youth USA (YIYUSA), a pan-Asian dance group on Tuesday, April 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Lee Hall Auditorium.
Updated: 3:19 PM Tally Top Pet is Be The Solution, Inc.'s 3rd annual online pet photo contest.
Updated: 6:35 PM FSU Day at the Capitol, is the annual celebration of the university's value to Tallahassee, the state of Florida and the world.
Updated: 9:10 AM Men and women between the ages of 30 and 65 who have never been diagnosed with cancer are needed to participate in the American Cancer Society's Cancer Prevention Study.
Updated: 8:58 PM An FSU student was kidnapped in Tallahassee three years ago today. The men accused of killing him have yet to stand trial.
Posted: 4:00 PM Imagine if your home’s energy consumption for the year was zero. That’s what happened with Leon County’s Sustainable Demonstration Center, a net-zero facility.
Posted: 12:28 PM The Florida Volunteer Month celebration, sponsored by Volunteer Florida, kicks off today and will continue throughout April.
Updated: 2:23 PM Can Art Myers cut it as a nursery worker in Cairo as he trades in a mic for gardening tools?
Updated: 8:36 AM Easter has come to a close, and Leon County carried out their Easter egg hunt tradition.
Updated: 9:45 AM The April donation drive supports Infant Animal Foster Program.
Updated: 12:45 AM Operation Thank You Honors Vietnam Veterans with Breakfast Ceremony
Updated: 11:33 PM Georgia has passed a bill that addresses teenagers who send naked photos to each other. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates looks at the new legislation on sexting.
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