Murder Suspect Released on Bond Days Before Victims Disappeared

Murder Suspect Released on Bond Days Before Victims Disappeared

The man recently arrested and accused of murdering two victims, 75-year-old AARP volunteer Victoria Sims and the 19-year-old Black Lives Matter protestor Oluwatoyin Salau, was arrested twice at the end of May and released on bond from Leon County jail just days before it is believed these victims went missing. On June 1, Judge Robert […]

Protests in Tallahassee Not All Peaceful

Protests in Tallahassee Not All Peaceful

Tallahassee protests were not as “peaceful” as reported in local media, unless rocks or bricks thrown through downtown business’ windows are allowed in “peaceful” protests. Around 5 p.m. Saturday, protestors, reportedly motivated by the death in Minneapolis of George Floyd and over several recent officer involved shootings in Tallahassee, again took to the Tallahassee streets. […]

Lisa Brown Brings World View to County Commission Race

Lisa Brown Brings World View to County Commission Race

Lisa Brown stood before the African Development Educators Program in Nairobi earlier this year as their very first woman graduation speaker. As she looked over the crowd of people who came from all over the continent to learn how to solve development issues like housing, hunger, transportation, education and women’s issues, she thought about home. […]

Leon County Parent Contradicts Homeschool Status of Son

Leon County Parent Contradicts Homeschool Status of Son

Discrepancies between statements from the mother of a local student murdered in Tallahassee and information provided by Leon County Schools (LCS) raises questions about how LCS accounts for students that seek to withdraw from school and the subsequent impact on graduation statistics. TR reported on March 29, 2019, that Godby High School had the highest […]

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