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Tallahassee Reports has learned that the Florida Region of the USA Volleyball has an open investigation into the actions of current Leon High School volleyball coach Angie Strickland related to her coaching activities while employed by the Red Hills Volleyball Club (Red Hills). Get the details.
Tallahassee Police is investigating a shooting at the Piggy Wiggly on South Monroe Street form Sunday afternoon around 4:30 p.m. Officers in the area heard gunshots and arrived on the scene to find shell casings in the parking lot. They were also informed that a man was taken to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The investigation indicates that an argument occurred between the victim and an unknown individual that led to the shooting.
After the NAACP issued a travel advisory for black Americans and other minority groups when coming to Florida, the Tallahassee chapter of the NAACP said “It’s not a formal boycott,” said NAACP Tallahassee Branch President Mutaqee Akbar. “Before you spend your money here, before you vacation here, before you plan your next conference here, just understand that these laws are in place.”
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is set to announce his candidacy for President of the United States on Twitter today. It is rumored that he will announce in an online Twitter conversation with Twitter CEO Elon Musk. However, when asked, Musk said his hosting DeSantis on the conversation is not an endorsement of the governor.
Gov. DeSantis appointed Judge Meredith Sasso of the 6th District Court of Appeal to the Florida Supreme Court. Sasso previously worked as Deputy General Counsel for Rick Scott when he was governor. “The judiciary plays a critical and unique role in our constitutional government, and I am resolutely committed to upholding the rule of law for as long as I am privileged to serve,” Sasso said.
Florida State women’s golf fell in the NCAA Quarterfinals to the No. 3 seed Wake Forest. Florida State finished in a tie for fifth place in the final national standings for the second consecutive year. The Seminoles advanced to match play for the second consecutive year and for the second time in school history.