Maclay football player signs Letter of Intent with Sewanee

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FAMU baseball team claims victory over Bethune-Cookman

By: WCTV Eyewitness Sports TALLAHASSEE, Fl. —The Florida A&M Rattlers earned bragging rights against their rivals from Bethune-Cookman splitting a Saturday double header after winning a Friday game in extra innings. The first game belonged to the Wildcats (13-24, 6-8 MEAC), wasting no time jumping on the FAMU (15-22, 7-7 MEAC) pitching staff. Bethune put […]

Hurricane Michael survivors facing eviction as FEMA housing vouchers end

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Hundreds of residents in the county hardest hit by Hurricane Michael are losing housing vouchers that allowed them to stay at hotels in the aftermath of the Category 4 storm. Around 250 households in Bay County, Florida, are facing eviction from hotels Tuesday since their vouchers from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s […]

Florida Senate passes $90.3B state budget; House next up

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The Florida Senate on Wednesday unanimously passed a $90.3 billion budget plan for next fiscal year, while the House began work on its version that is about $400 million less in total spending. The Senate vote was 40-0 for its spending blueprint for the fiscal year that begins July 1. Once […]

Tallahassee, where free speech is the first casualty of debate| Steve Bousquet

Despite their overwhelming superiority, Republican state lawmakers persist in marginalizing the voices of citizens and they launch complex and controversial legislation with as little advance notice to the public as possible, writes Sun Sentinel Columnist Steve Bousquet. (AP) They decide which ideas are heard and which ones are silenced. They have the votes to set […]

FAMU alum, community remember campus legend Soul Train

By: Lanetra Bennett | WCTV Eyewitness News TALLAHASSEE, FL. (WCTV) — He’s spent time with the Queen of England, gone fishing with Ted Turner and shaken hands with dignitaries. But, Lawrence P. Hoover is best known for being a true legend on FAMU’s campus. Hoover, known to the community as Soul Train, died Monday morning […]

Hundreds of criminal justice reformers take to State Capitol

TALLAHASSEE, Fl. (CAPITOL NEWS SERVICE) – Reforming sentencing laws and helping former inmates find a job was the goal of about 250 people demonstrating at the state Capitol Wednesday. Lawmakers are exploring ways to keep people out of prison in an effort to cut costs. For the second day in a row, hundreds rallied at […]

Florida senators roll out hurricane relief plan

Hide caption TALLAHASSEE — Northwest Florida lawmakers Thursday promoted a $315 million proposal that would make loans available to local governments still reeling from Hurricane Michael and would set up a task force to determine additional state assistance for the storm-battered region. The wide-ranging Senate bill (SB 1610) comes after numerous other proposals have been […]