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The Tallahassee City Commission is moving ahead with a review of the city’s charter. The process will unfold in time for a vote in the November 2024 election.
A manhunt started yesterday after a state inmate escaped his worksite in Apalachicola. It us suspected that the inmate, Robert Rutherford, is armed and dangerous wit ha machete. The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office said Rutherford walked off from his work crew site at the 10 Foot Hole just before 2 p.m. The 10 Foot Hole is just off the Big Bend Scenic Byway Coastal Trail and Battery Park.
On Tuesday, Terry Ryan, the Co-Founder of Tallahassee Sewage and Wakulla Basin Advocacy Group, will appear on The Steve Stewart Show at 12:15 p.m. on Real Talk 93.3 FM.
TPD announced that the officer who was shot on September 25 responding to a call on Sandpiper Street is now in a rehab center after being shot in his femoral artery suffering massive blood loss. Three arrests have been made a result of the investigation.
Three individuals were left with injuries as a result of a shooting from 1:00 a.m. Sunday. Tallahassee Police Department says its officers responded to the ACASA Apartments, located at 1303 Ocala Road. No arrests have yet been made and the investigation is still ongoing.
LOCAL SPORTS NEWS
Florida State wide receiver and punt returner Keon Coleman was named the ACC’s Special Teams Player of the Week Monday after returning six punts for 107 yards against Syracuse.
Florida State baseball will host Mercer Friday, October 20 in an exhibition game at Dick Howser Stadium. The game is free to fans and will begin at 5:00 p.m.
Florida State Rep. Randy Fine called on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to use the state’s existing laws in order to curb anti-Israel rhetoric. Fine was particularly focused on student-led groups on college and university campuses who participated in pro-Hamas demonstrations. He said that any student who participated in the rallies should be treated like a student who yelled the “n-word” at black students and called for them to be lynched.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis vowed to admit “zero” people from Gaza as calls for the West to admit Arab refugees increased. He continued by saying that in general, anyone who is “anti-Semitic, anti-American” or has “other toxic views,” that “they should not be admitted.”