The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Wednesday, December 27, 2023

The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Wednesday, December 27, 2023

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The Tallahassee Police Department (TPD) is reporting seven auto burglary incidents with on Tuesday, December 26, 2023. Five of the incidents took place in Northeast Tallahassee.

On Thursday December 28 at 8:30 a.m., the Tallahassee Growth Management Department will hold a Type A & Pre-Submittal meeting. Get the details on the five projects on the agenda.

See holiday schedule changes for City of Tallahassee services and Leon County Government.

On December 21st, the Children Services Council (CSC) of Leon County held a Governing Council Meeting. Check out the issues the Council addressed.


Following successful football seasons for both Florida State and Florida A&M Universities, several FSU players have looked no further than across town to find their next destination in the college football transfer portal with the Rattlers.


Florida’s legislative leaders are laying out their priorities for the upcoming lawmaking session. House Speaker Paul Renner and Senate President Kathleen Passidomo are in their final year of leadership and, at the top of their agendas are expanding healthcare access and cracking down on social media.



Top Israeli officials are reviewing a draft peace proposal crafted by neighboring Egypt to end fighting in the Gaza Strip, focusing on initial steps including renewed hostage and prisoner swaps, according to reports yesterday. The role of Hamas in a postwar governing structure—a nonstarter for Israel, say experts—remains a key hurdle. Hamas and partner militant group Islamic Jihad were said to have quickly dismissed Egypt’s plan.

A ban on the sale of two of Apple’s flagship smartwatches will continue for the foreseeable future after a ruling by US trade regulators over a patent dispute went into effect yesterday. The Biden administration declined to veto the decision, which affects US sales of the Series 9 and Ultra 2 watches, early yesterday morning.   

Key US inflation measure sees first monthly decline since April 2020. The personal consumption expenditures price index—the Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge—fell 0.1% month-over-month in November. The figure is the first monthly decline in more than three years. The index was up 2.6% from a year ago, down from 2.9% in October and below economist expectations. The Federal Reserve targets 2% annual inflation. The index measures costs consumers pay across a wide swath of items.

One Response to "The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Wednesday, December 27, 2023"

  1. There seems to be a rash of auto burglaries. Last Wednesday, off Old Bainbridge near U.S. 27, there was one, and a pickup stolen on the same street. In the county as LCSO handled it.

    Isn’t it amazing how often the inflation, unemployment, and other key figures so often come out looking better than they really are? About 90 days from now the inflation numbers will be “corrected” with more complete data and history suggests that November 2023 will no longer be shown as a “decline”.

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