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WCTV’s Savannah Kelley spoke with State Attorney Jack Campbell about the allegations related to procedures dealing with undocumented immigrants who do not have valid drivers licenses.
Check out the news briefs from the City’s Independent Ethics Board meeting that took place on April 18, 2023.
Tallahassee Police responded to a shooting on North Monroe outside of Island Seafood. Shell casings were found at the scene upon arrival and no suspects or victims have been identified.
According to filings with Leon County and the City of Tallahassee, the number of single-family new construction permits were up 11.1% in March, 2023 when compared to March 2022.
A piece of Florida legislation that would have lowered the threshold to sue media outlets and others has died. The legislation advanced through the House Civil Justice Subcommittee but appeared stalled awaiting a House Judiciary Committee hearing. The bill would have also opened up the potential for action against social media users.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis requested major disaster declaration for Broward County and for Preliminary Damage Assessment teams to deploy for in-person determinations. The Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program has been activated, meanwhile, with $5 million now available for businesses impacted by floods.
FSU baseball got the Sunday win against the Virginia Tech Hokies after dropping Friday’s and Saturday’s game. At the plate, James Tibbs hit his second home run of the weekend, a two-run shot in the third inning. The notable game of the weekend came on Friday night where the Noles lost 24-9. The Noles are 14-25.