The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, March 14

The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, March 14


At the March 9th meeting, the Blueprint IA Board authorized Blueprint staff to advertise and award a contract for construction services for the Tallahassee-Leon County Animal Service Center Project. This project will renovate the dog kennel and shelter medicine areas, as well as construct a quarantine dog yard with an estimated budget of $3.5 million.

TR SCOOP: TR is hearing that after parents and two elected officials complained about the contents of the LCS Human Growth & Development curriculum, school officials are focused on meeting state requirements and are removing controversial content which is consider optional.

The Bradfordville Blues Club is set to close on April 1. Check out the message from the owners and the schedule for the final shows at the club.

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The Leon County Sheriff’s Office arrested Christopher Keith in connection to a stabbing incident in the 4600 block of West Bellarose Street. According to court documents, LCSO arrived around 11 p.m. last Friday and found the victim with a wound to her chest. The victim was transported to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital with critical injuries where she told the deputies that her son, 24-year-old Christopher Keith, stabbed her. Keith is claiming that he did not do it. 

Tallahassee Police responded to a shooting on Sunday just after 4:00 a.m. in the 3400 block of Prock Drive. When law enforcement arrived, they found evidence that numerous rounds struck a nearby residence, but no one was injured. No arrests have been made. TPD said this is an ongoing investigation.


Ahead of the Florida Legislature considering a bill that would eliminate funding for diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programs at Florida’s 12 public universities, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, once again, decried the left-leaning thinking. “Instead of inclusion, the people that dissent from this orthodoxy are marginalized,” DeSantis said. “It’s using the administrative apparatus of the university to impose an ideological agenda.”

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis also condemned President Joe Biden’s policy regarding the southern border as a violation of the oath of office. “Well, what the ruling basically says is that Joe Biden has been violating the law, his oath of office and the Constitution,” DeSantis said. “They are using this idea of parole and they are converting it into a way to nullify our immigration laws as one of the reasons you’ve had millions and millions of people illegally pour across the border.” 


Florida State softball is facing their biggest test of the season as they travel on the road to Norman, OK and take on the No. 1 ranked Oklahoma Sooners. This will be the first time that the Seminoles have played in Norman against the Sooners. The Noles will be looking for its first true road win against a No. 1 ranked team in program history. The game can be viewed on ESPN+. 


5 Responses to "The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Tuesday, March 14"

  1. “If the LCSB is true to itself, it will be decided well after they realized they should have started planning this when I brought it up.”

    My take is that it will be decided after they realize what a cluster they’ve created and can spin the decision to make it look like they’re “rescuing” a lot of voters…..

  2. @ A Skeptic = I would say at the same time since there is an Elementary School right down the Road on Orange & Meridian. This new Subdivision should flood that School and Rickards and the Jr. High on Orange a bit West of S. Monroe.

    If the LCSB is true to itself, it will be decided well after they realized they should have started planning this when I brought it up.

  3. @David — Any idea when the Apalachee school zone should shift? It would certainly make life easier for families with children that live out that way.

  4. @ NE Moderate = You should see what the City Permitted on southside. They approved an over 740 Acre Subdivision that goes from Rickards High School on Paul Russell Rd, to Blair Stone Rd. to Merchants Row (Southwood) to Tram Rd. They are clear cutting it now. Two things they have not started on and most likely wont until the very end is, ONE: Road Widening and Turn Lanes and TWO: All the NEW Students that will be going to Rickards and the other Schools in the area. Living out by Appalachee Regional Park, my School Zone should change from Rickards to Lincoln soon.

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