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City Commission meeting news briefs: City attorney resigns, John Marks recognized, T-Pain supported, & NE development moves forward in 3-2 vote.
Leon County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a suspicious death at Carr Lake after a man’s body was found. The incident unfolded around 9:30 a.m. in the 400 block of Cedar Hill Road in northern Leon County, according to the sheriff’s office. Access to Cedar Hill Landing is blocked while the investigation is underway.
The U.S. Department of Justice Office Inspector General announced an inspection at the women’s prison in Tallahassee, along with the adjacent male detention center. The inspection found serious operational deficiencies that included aspects like healthcare treatment, safety and security, housing units, and even food services.
LOCAL SPORTS NEWS
In college football, FSU faces the University of Miami on Saturday in Tallahassee. Get a preview and a prediction.
No. 18 FSU women’s basketball got a slim victory last night over the No. 11 Tennessee Volunteers 92-91. After having a 14-point lead after the 1st quarter, the Noles let the Volunteers get back in the game over the next two quarters. However, the defense did just enough to keep Tennessee from completing the comeback.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Wilton Simpson celebrated the state legislature’s passing of a Hurricane Idalia relief bill this week. He said that the state’s farmers, ranchers and growers have a “long road to recovery,” but that the agricultural industry remains “strong and resilient.”
Senator Rick Scott said this week that the Republican primary is over. “Donald Trump’s going to clearly win the Primary and then I think he’s going to win the General Election and then there’ll be a lot of work,” Scott told host Drew Steele on 92.5 Right All Along.