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The Leon County School Board made a $30,000 investment in school safety at Tuesday night’s meeting. The board voted to approve a new contract with an AI gun detection software company called Zero Eyes. The technology can be placed in existing security cameras to detect guns. When a gun is detected, the software takes a picture of the gun and immediately alerts school administrators and law enforcement.
The Tallahassee-Leon County Office of Economic Vitality (OEV) announced the launch of a series of Amazon Pre-Hiring ‘Information Sessions’ aimed at providing valuable insights and resources to job seekers in our community.
More school vouchers. Expanded restrictions on teaching about sexual orientation and gender identity. Limits on using TikTok. Carrying guns without concealed-weapons licenses. A larger Florida State Guard. More than 200 laws passed during the 2023 legislative session, including a record $116.5 billion budget, will take effect Saturday.
With a looming implementation date of Saturday, July 1st, Leon County circuit judge J. Lee Marsh denied a plea on Tuesday to prevent a portion of the law that bars government workers from having union fees automatically deducted from their wages.