The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Friday, April 7

The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Friday, April 7


The Tallahassee Classical School (TCS) has responded to a letter from Superintendent Rocky Hanna which alleges that the school is in violation of their charter agreement.

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On April 5th, the Village Square hosted the 11th annual Tallahassee Town Hall with City of Tallahassee and Leon County Commissioners participating. Tom Flanigan from FSU News moderated the event and engaged the commissioners in a discussion about issues important to the residents of our community. 

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A Tallahassee man was sentenced to life in prison for a workplace stabbing rampage from 2019. Antwaan Brown received five life sentences and an additional 60 months in prison on aggravated assault charges related to the stabbing spree he committed at Dyke Industries in Tallahassee. Five people were stabbed in the attack and hospitalized, with one victim suffering critical injuries.

Three Wakulla County School children were transported to an area hospital yesterday after their school bus was involved in a traffic accident. The bus had 34 children on board when it crashed into three vehicles. No other children or the bus driver were hurt and the three injured children were taken out an abundance of caution. 


California Gov. Gavin Newsom was recently in Florida speaking at a library near the New College of Florida campus in Sarasota. At the event, Newsom criticized Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and what he called a “backward-looking conservative attempt to reshape education in the U.S.” according to the Associated Press. New College of Florida has gone through an overhaul with DeSantis appointing conservative board of trustee members. 

More presidential endorsements are rolling in. This time, Florida Congressman Byron Donalds is endorsing former President Donald Trump for ’24. “There is only one leader at this time in our nation’s history who can seize this moment and deliver what we need,” Donalds said in a statement, “to get us back on track, provide strength and resolve, and Make America Great Again.” U.S. Reps. Matt Gaetz and Anna Paulina Luna are two other Florida Republicans endorsing Trump. 


Florida State baseball got the win over the Clemson Tigers last night, 5-1. Sophomore Jackson Baumeister struck out a career-high 14 batters. The Noles take on the Tigers in Game 2 of the series tonight at 8:00 and can be heard on 100.7 WFLA. 


2 Responses to "The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Friday, April 7"

  1. I’m giddy over the Democrat’s recent self imposed wounds, but it’s not enough. They’ve made entirely too many people dependent on “free government money” that will continue to vote to perpetuate the cash flow until something changes to where these people truly become self dependent and happy about it.

    Go read the 6th Amendment. I’ll wait……. It’s only a short paragraph, and notice the phrase about half way through where it clearly says that the accused has the right to know the charges against him. Bragg’s “the law says I don’t have to tell you” is just cover fire. The Constitution trumps any local law or prosecutor’s political ambition.

  2. Governor hair gel chooses a strong conservative area to visit Florida. Is he really here on official business or looking to purchase a home? Anyway while he was misusing California tax dollars on a junket to Sarasota RFK Jr outmaneuvered him and filed to run for President. Is it ironic that RFK Jr did this one day after that silly DA Bragg filed those ridiculous charges? Democrats all over the country are self-destructing. Two were removed from office in Tennessee, one flipped to Republican elsewhere, two were arrested in Tallahassee this week…

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