"Pay It Furloughed" offers a way to buy a beer for federal workers hit by shutdown

About 800,000 federal workers haven't seen a paycheck since December 22, and one organization is hoping to relieve some of their stress by collecting donations. Donations of free beer, that is.

Governor Ron DeSantis’ picks to head the state Veterans Affairs and Revenue agencies are hung up over procedural questions being pushed by the lone state wide elected Democrat.

An 87-year-old man has died after being burned in Quincy.

Thomas University students returned back to classes this week.

Leon County Booking Report: January 16, 2019

Thomas County Central High School first to receive Longleaf Learning Landscape in Georgia

Valdosta weighs building new performing arts center

Mike's Wednesday Evening Forecast: January 16, 2019

What's Brewing? January 16, 2019

Around the World with CBS News: January 16, 2019

City sets priorities, strategic initiatives for 2019

Man charged for alleged plan to attack White House

Funeral services set for children who died in freezer

Pelosi asks Trump to postpone State of the Union

Local students 'take cover' for statewide tornado drill

Roberts Elementary students accused of plotting to kill classmate

Cold weather in store for early next week

Florida official says U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib may "blow up" Capitol

Leon County deputies asking for public's help locating third kidnapping suspect

911 calls from fatal I-75 accident released

Florida State's 2019 schedule released

Report: Seminoles quarterback Blackman enters NCAA transfer portal

FEMA offering rebuilding and repair advice in Leon, Jackson counties

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7 arrested, accused of holding teen boy as sex slave

Second suspect arrested in kidnapping case

Jackson County deputy recovering from accidental Fentanyl overdose

Computer system back up after outage at Consolidated Dispatch Agency

Russia: Ex-Marine held on spying charge gets prison visit

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