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30 min ago | South Florida Blade
Every week, there seems to be more and more news on the Marriage Equality front.
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4 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
A cold frontal boundary extended from the Florida Panhandle to New England on Tuesday, while a separate cold front moved across the Pacific Northwest.
8 hrs ago | Tallahassee Democrat
Tickets are now available for the Tallahassee Democrat's annual Volunteer of the Year Awards and Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 1 at the FSU University Center Club.
12 hrs ago | Tallahassee Democrat
SunTrust Bank has named Brad White president and chief executive officer of its Florida Panhandle region.
17 hrs ago | Tallahassee Democrat
Melissa Templar had an uncomplicated first two trimesters of her pregnancy, carrying fraternal twins.
The roar of nearly 100 motorcycles pierced the quiet at the State Capitol on Monday as the Legislative session's most unusual, colorful and deadly serious lobbyists roared into Tallahassee.
A Tallahassee man is now facing an attempted murder charge in connection to a Friday morning shooting outside of the Cheeks nightclub that left a man with five gunshot wounds.
A Tallahassee man is facing an attempted murder charge in connection to a stabbing of a woman at her Saxon Street home.
The NFL draft prospect, who worked out with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Friday, was arrested at 7:21 p.m. Sunday and released on a $1,000 bond at 12:20 a.m. Monday.
The City Commission vote against the Ethics Advisory Panel recommendation for an appointed Ethics Officer was bad enough.
Babies in caskets are a sight the Rev. E.L. Franklin will never get used to. He's buried five infants, some no older than 6 months.
My wife and I have a septic tank that processes the wastes from our home, and I know its specific location in the yard.
Community officers from the Leon County Sheriff's Office and Tallahassee Police Department are working to improve the quality of life for residents in Tallahassee's subsidized housing complexes.
The Tallahassee Police Department is updating its cellphone-tracking policies and procedures to provide greater oversight following criticism by civil-liberties advocates concerned about warrantless use of the technology in criminal investigations.
Despite dire predictions about the health of the Florida Retirement System, a top official with the State Board of Administration told lawmakers it is in good shape and one of the strongest in the country.
In the two-story Foster-Tanner Fine Arts Gallery on FAMU's campus, the graduating seniors buzz up and down the stairs, quietly adding finishing touches to their artwork, or chatting with nervous energy in clusters as they prepare for their senior exhibition.