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About: Tallahassee, FL

Tallahassee's major private employers include General Dynamics Land Systems manufacturing facility (military and combat applications), the Municipal Code Corporation, which specializes in the publication of municipal and county legal references; and a number of national law firms, lobbying organizations, trade associations and professional associations, including The Florida Bar and the Florida Chamber of Commerce.

Population: 171922
Local Newspapers: Tallahassee Democrat Courier
Local Sports Teams: Florida State University Seminoles
Local Colleges: State UniversityFlorida State University,Florida A&M University

Zip Codes associated with Tallahassee, FL: 32301, 32303, 32304, 32308, 32310, 32311, 32312
Towns/Cities near Tallahassee, FL : Woodville, Quincy, Havana, Monticello, Midway

Tallahassee News
Democrat Gwen Graham takes heat for right-leaning votes

U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham of Tallahassee, who unseated Republican Steve Southerland in November, is under fire from Democrats for votes in favor of the Keystone pipeline, to roll back Wall Street reforms and other issues, illustrating the difficulty she faces in a district with a sizable conservative base. The rift is evident on Facebook, where Florida Democratic Party chairwoman Allison Tant posted a photo of her and Graham on Tuesday and the comment section filled up with negative assessments of Graham.

Student journalists celebrate paper's 100th birthday with a new site and an old look

For months, they've thumbed through old newspapers. Some years are bound in blue and red books, some loose, "but they're all kind of decrepit," said Setareh Baig, editor-in-chief of FSView & Florida Flambeau at Florida State University.

Article on Building Your Practice and Developing Skills Locally and Nationally

Jason E. Havens recently published an article entitled, Building Your Practice and Developing Skills Locally and Nationally , 29 Probate & Property No. 1 . Provided below is an excerpt from the article: The now ubiquitous phrase "all politics is local" might be adapted to proclaim that "all estate and tax planning is local."

Weekly Roundup: Trying to Change the Subject

Any week when a Republican governor can propose more than half a billion dollars in tax relief and announce that the unemployment rate has ticked down by 0.2 percentage points is supposed to be a good week. And Gov. Rick Scott got to open and close his week on those two positive notes, the perfect bookends to any week.

Pembroke Pines Man Wins $2 Million LUCKY MONEYa Jackpot Prize

The Florida Lottery announces that Jean Remy, 60, of Pembroke Pines, claimed the $2 million LUCKY MONEYa jackpot from the December 16, 2014, drawing at Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee. Remy chose the one-time, lump-sum payment option for his winnings, in the amount of $1,519,663.55.

Mayor Gillum Returns From Washington

The Tallahassee mayor returned home today from the week-long trip. He started the week by attending Tuesday's State of the Union Address as a guest of congresswoman Gwen Graham.

Governor Scott Recommends Boost for Personal Learning Scholarship Accounts

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida Governor Rick Scott today announced a budget proposal prioritizing funding for students with special needs through the Personal Learning Scholarship Account program.

Florida Universities: STEM Degrees up Dramatically

The head of Florida's Board of Governors, Chairman Mori Hosseini, gave a state of the university system address this week. Among its highlights is word that the number of students earning STEM degrees has increased by 37% in the past four years among undergraduates and it's gone up 27% at the graduate level.

TPD Closes Case on FSU Strozier Library Shooting

The report is 103 pages long and includes copies of letters that gunman Myron May sent to eight friends, which said "My goal is to garner some much needed media attention to the plight of targeted individuals." The report also says May left behind three videos, including one in which he asked for forgiveness for what he was about to do.

FL lawmaker wants to take on 'intimate apparel'

FL lawmaker wants to take on 'intimate apparel' The reason? To help stop the spread of the Ebola virus, the Orlando Sentinel reports. Check out this story on wtsp.com: http://on.wtsp.com/1BSm6t5 Tallahassee, Florida -- A state senator wants regulation in place for customers trying on "intimate apparel" such as lingerie and swimsuit bottoms.

Michael Wood Appointed as Leon County Sheriff

"Undersheriff Michael Wood's three decades of law enforcement experience will allow him, and the entire Leon County Sheriff's Office, to continue the legacy of Sheriff Larry Campbell, who was a true law enforcement hero," Governor Rck Scott said. Florida is currently at a 43-year low in crime-rate, and I am confident Michael will do a good job serving the remainder of Sheriff Campbell's term and leading the brave men and women who protect Leon County families each day.

Bill Johnson Takes Over as CEO of Enterprise Florida

Bill Johnson, well-known throughout the Sunshine State for his leadership of Miami's port, was chosen on Thursday to replace outgoing state Commerce Secretary Gray Swoope as CEO of Enterprise Florida, the public-private partnership focused on expanding economic development. After leaving PortMiami, Johnson took over as director of the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department.

Florida's New Specialty License Plate Goes on Sale

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Florida's newest specialty license plate is now available to the public.

Will Weatherford Shows No Signs of Going Away

Even though he is now out of office, Will Weatherford showed this week that he has no intention of heading toward the sidelines. Only 35, Weatherford just finished eight years in the Florida House including spending 2013 and 2014 as speaker.

Scott Pitches $65 Million In Help For College Students

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Governor Rick Scott Appoints Five to the Rehabilitation Council for the Blind

Reverend Charles Brooks III, 65, of Kissimmee, is a retired buyer for the School District of Osceola County. He succeeds Paul Kaminsky and is appointed for a term beginning January 22, 2015, and ending August 31, 2017.

Storm Prediction Center: Big Bend Under 'Marginal' Risk of Severe Weather Friday

The Storm Prediction Center is watching the developing low near the western Gulf of Mexico coast for possible severe weather in our area on Friday. The SPC placed the Big Bend in a "marginal" threat of severe weather.