Gillum Committee Pulls in $3.3 Million, Former NYC Mayor Bloomberg Gives $250K

Gillum Committee Pulls in $3.3 Million, Former NYC Mayor Bloomberg Gives $250K

The News Service of Florida Staff With a boost from the Democratic Governors Association, a political committee closely tied to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum raised $3.3 million from Sept. 29 through Friday, according to a newly filed finance report. Gillum’s Forward Florida committee received $1 million last week from the Democratic Governors Association, while […]

Tallahassee Weekend Crime Rate Stats: 25 Auto Burglaries, 8 Auto Thefts and 5 Residential Burglaries

Tallahassee Weekend Crime Rate Stats: 25 Auto Burglaries, 8 Auto Thefts and 5 Residential Burglaries

Crime stats provided by the Tallahassee Police Department show 44 incidents were reported from October 5th-7th. The incidents included 25 auto burglaries, 8 auto thefts, and 5 residential burglaries. The 5 residential burglaries occurred across the city from one on Royal Palm Way, north of I-10, to west of town on Hartsfield Road. See reports […]

The Science Behind Florida’s Red Tide

The Science Behind Florida’s Red Tide

WFSU’s Jessica Meszaros recently interviewed Richard Stumpf, an algal bloom researcher with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), regarding the continued rising levels of a red tide bloom that has been growing along Florida’s west coast. Red tide blooms kill marine life and cause respiratory issues for people. Stumpf explains red tides are created […]

Help Families Care for Elderly, Not Corporations

Help Families Care for Elderly, Not Corporations

It is hell to grow old in America, if you haven’t had the good fortune to plan ahead. Many Americans dream of retiring to a place where the weather is always pleasant, and Florida has long taken advantage of offering its natural resources, predominately the sunshine, as cheaply as possible. Cheap doesn’t always get the […]

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