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Leon County (Florida)

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  • Judge finds GOP consultants in contempt over redistricting-records fight

    TALLAHASSEE -- A Leon Countyjudge has held three prominent Republican consultants in contempt for not handing over thousands of pages of private records detailing their work in last year's contentious redistricting fight. Leon County Judge Terry...
  • Inmate's beef with soy doesn't go down well

    Court reporter Steve Hudak wrote a clever lead on a story that ran on Page A1 Monday: "Lake Correctional Institution inmate Eric Harris has a beef with prison food." The truth is that Harris wants beef in his prison food. Along with pork. Not to...
  • 3 FAMU students arrested for hazing out of jail

    3 FAMU students arrested for hazing out of jail
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Three Florida A&M University marching band members are free after spending the night in jail on charges that they beat a fellow Marching 100 member in a hazing ritual. Sean Hobson, Aaron Golson and James Harris all left the...
  • Michelle Obama to speak in Gainesville, Tally Monday

     
    First Lady Michelle Obama willbe campaigningin college townsin tworalliesfor her husband President Barack ObamaMonday, at the University of Florida in Gainesville afternoon and in Tallahassee in the evening. She will appear at the Stephen C. O’...
  • Florida State student arrested for selling fake Clemson tickets

     
    A Florida State student was arrested Tuesday for printing and selling counterfeit tickets to this Saturday's FSU vs. Clemson game at Doak Campbell Stadium. According to a booking report provided by the Leon County Sheriff's Office, the FSU student was...
  • Union threatens prison health-care privatization lawsuit

     
    By Margie Menzel, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Another lawsuit over prison health care looms as the latest salvo in a protracted struggle between the state Department of Corrections and the union representing state workers. The 14-...
  • Seminole schools attorney recognized

     
    Ned Julian, longtime attorney for the Seminole School Board, has been honored by his Florida counterparts for his service to the school district.  Julian has been named this year's winner of the C. Graham Carothers Award of Excellence. It's handed...
  • Florida State QB Christian Ponder wins $18,000 postgraduate scholarship

     
    Florida State QB Christian Ponder wins $18,000 postgraduate scholarship...
  • Tallahassee gets ready to party before and after Scott’s swearing-in

     
    Gov.-elect Rick Scott has announced his inaugural festivities, including a “candle-light dinner” for sponsors — whose contributions will be capped at $25,000 — and a youth concert, a “Path to Prosperity” reception, a &#...
  • Greta Van Susteren advises Florida GOP to ‘give a little’ with Democrats

     
    TALLAHASSEE — FOX News talk show host Greta Van Susteren opened up the two-day Rick Scott inaugural festivities on Monday by imploring ruling Republicans to work with the Democrats to solve the state's problems and “show up Washington.”...
  • > Photos: Governor Scott is Florida’s 45th

     
    Rick Scott took the Oath of Office, sworn in at 11:57 a.m. as Florida's 45th governor, during the Inauguration ceremony in front of the Old Capitol in Tallahassee, Tuesday. Scott was welcomed by a who's who of current and former state leaders, including...
  • > Photos: Scenes from an Inauguration

     
    With Governor Rick Scott and Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll getting to work on their first full day after taking the Oath of Office, here is a look at photo highlights from the two days of festivities at the 45th Florida Governor Inaugural in Tallahassee....