Posted: 1:38 PM Prosecutors have agreed to dismiss a manslaughter charge against Rikki Wills.
Posted: 1:29 PM CBS Atlanta reports that dozens of dancers attended Thursday's zoning meeting at City Hall.
Updated: 3:11 PM Officers then initiated a vehicle inventory search where they found over 56.3 grams of marijuana and $328 in the arm rest.
Updated: 4:16 PM Derek Shawn Kellog, 31, Crawfordville; Corey Jermaine Brownlee, 30, Jacksonville; and Sean McCaslin, 49, Tallahassee; are employees of Roofmasters, Inc.
Posted: 10:00 AM At the end of this week we will have given out 4,400 books to over 300 classrooms in 8 counties over five days.
Posted: 9:09 AM Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder.
Posted: 11:34 PM Each of the kids went to Quitman Elementary School where staff discovered bruising on them and contacted the Division of Family and Children Services.
Posted: 10:51 PM Former Fla. Gov. Charlie Crist has declared his support for gay marriage.
Updated: 10:34 PM Florida has averaged three point two executions a year since the death penalty was reinstated in 1979. Three people have already died by lethal injection this year and two more executions are pending before the middle of June. Legislation on the Governor’s desk is designed to speed up executions even more, but it may have the opposite effect.
Updated: 1:59 PM A Tallahassee woman is accused of pocketing more than $90,000 donated to help children.
Posted: 8:16 PM The America's Cup sailor who perished in the San Francisco Bay after his team's space-age yacht capsized during a training run was an Olympic gold medalist from the United Kingdom.
Posted: 5:43 PM Jacob and Sophia top the list of most popular American baby names -- again. It's Jacob's 14th straight year at the top and the second year for Sophia.
Posted: 10:02 PM Authorities say a Florida man ran from the law and into an alligator's jaws.
Updated: 9:15 AM Some local high school students are giving back in a big way.
Posted: 3:54 PM Wakulla County Sheriff Charlie Creel recognized four members of the WCSO staff and three members of the public.