More Headlines

Temporary Cold Night Shelter Open This Evening Through Friday

Posted: 02/07/2011 - With low temperatures forecasted to once again drop below 35 degrees for three or more hours tonight, Monday, Feb. 7, and the evenings of Tuesday, Feb. 8, Wednesday, Feb. 9, Thursday, Feb. 10, and Friday, Feb. 11, the cold night shelter will be open.

Read More

Gov. Scott Unveils First Budget Plan

Updated: 02/07/2011 - Governor Rick Scott unveiled his first budget today (2-7) in Eustis, slashing 5 billion in state spending, cutting taxes and laying off more than 8 thousand state employees. But he is yet to sell lawmakers on all the details of the sweeping changes.

Read More

Fla. Killer Wins Reversal of Lawsuit Verdict

Posted: 02/07/2011 - An appeal court has reversed part of a $1.1 million civil verdict against a man who killed his mother and then dismembered and burned her corpse before scattering it on the family farm near Live Oak.

Read More

Fla. House Would Toughen Unemployment Rules

Posted: 02/07/2011 - The time frame for collecting unemployment benefits would be shortened under legislation put forth in the state House, trying to address a yawning state budget deficit and a growing federal IOU.

Read More

Temporary Cold Shelters To Open Tonight

Updated: 02/05/2011 - Temperatures are expected to drop to frigid lows and a warm place is being prepared for those often left outside to face the cold.

Read More

TPD Receives Accreditation

Updated: 02/05/2011 - The Tallahassee Police Department was established in 1841 making it one of the oldest police departments in the nation. On Thursday 2-3-2011, after a thorough review of the assessment team report and panel discussion by the CFA, the TPD was awarded reaccreditation status.

Read More

EBook Stampede

Posted: 02/04/2011 - Ebooks are the wave of the future in Florida education… The only question is when will the state make the switch from hardcover textbooks. The state Board of Education is trying to speed up the process. As Whitney Ray tells us, the board wants to get rid of textbooks and go all digital by 2015.

Read More

U.S. to Oil Spill Claims Czar: Loosen Purse Strings

Posted: 02/04/2011 - The Justice Department is telling the administrator of the $20 billion fund for Gulf oil spill victims that his job is not to preserve money or return it to BP, and is insisting he loosen the purse strings to help people who are still suffering from last year's disaster.

Read More

House Would Toughen Unemployment Rules

Posted: 02/04/2011 - The time frame for collecting unemployment benefits would be shortened under legislation put forth in the state House, trying to address a yawning state budget deficit and a growing federal IOU.

Read More

Governor Scott Chooses Leaders for Disabilities Agency

Posted: 02/04/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott has chosen a former legislator to head up the Agency for Persons with Disabilities. Carl Littlefield, a former state representative from Dade City, is currently an area administrator for the agency where he helps oversee primary mission of supporting people with developmental disabilities.

Read More

Blowout Containment Part of Drilling Permit Snag

Posted: 02/04/2011 - The head of the agency that oversees offshore drilling says deepwater permits in the Gulf of Mexico have been withheld largely because the industry is unable to prove it could contain another major blowout at the bottom of the sea.

Read More
WCTV 1801 Halstead Blvd. Tallahassee, FL 32309
Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability