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Tallahassee residential real estate transactions are down nearly 20 percent. In comparison, state transactions are down 12.4 percent. For the year-over-year January through September stats, the median sales price in the Tallahassee MSA is up 4.3 percent to $323,463.
As of yesterday, attorneys in the Dan Markel murder trial agreed on 10 potential jurors, but the judge called another 21 people for questioning. The defense attorney’s questions Wednesday morning covered a lot of emotional ground, including asking potential jurors about divorces, custody battles and relationships gone bad. Attorneys are looking for 12 jurors and 3 alternates.
The Leon County Commission has voted unanimously to spend $25,000 to sponsor an event called the “50 Years of Hip Hop Celebration Concert.” One of the event’s main attractions is T-Pain, who grew up on the south side of Tallahassee and became an enormous star.
LOCAL SPORTS NEWS
Top ranked FSU soccer hits the pitch for Senior Night, tonight at 7:00 p.m. on the ACCN Extra. The Noles host NC State. With the win, Florida State would clinch the outright ACC Regular Season Championship and complete its first undefeated regular season in program history. Senior Night ceremonies begin at 6:45 p.m.
After Florida State Rep. Randy Fine flipped his presidential endorsement from DeSantis to Trump, Florida House Speaker Paul Renner defended DeSantis’ record on Israel. “There’s never been a more staunch, pro-Israel Governor than Ron DeSantis, and his record proves it,” Renner said. DeSantis also responded saying Fine’s behavior is “totally ridiculous.”
The number of customers of the state’s Citizens Property Insurance Corp. dropped this month after private carriers took nearly 100,000 policies. Citizens had 1.325 million policies as of Friday, down from 1.412 million policies two weeks earlier, according to Citizens data.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody announced a lawsuit against Meta with the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida in Tampa saying Facebook and Instagram schemes “to exploit young users for profit.” The lawsuit – along with 42 other states filing suit – is the result of an investigation led by a bipartisan coalition of attorneys general from California, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Jersey, Tennessee and Vermont.