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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
Local Sports Teams: Florida State University Seminoles
Local Colleges: Florida State University Florida A&M University

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

Tallahassee News
Trayvon Martin: Five years after his death, struggle for civil rights continues

Francis Oliver took to the streets of Sanford with more than 8,000 other people, demanding the arrest of the man who killed Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black 17-year-old. When Trayon's killer went on trial the following year, she cooked meals for his parents and let them take naps at her home.

Create and Share Child Hand Artwork for Children's Week "Give Us a Hand" Campaign

While teachers and families begin to enjoy the spring season here in Florida, they are encouraged to involve their young students and children in an art project that will create an impact on lawmakers in March. Children's Week's "Give Us a Hand" campaign asks children throughout Florida to send decorated paper cut-outs of their hands to Children's Week organizers, who will put them on display inside the Capitol rotunda from March 26-31.

Protester urges Rubio to hold town hall about Affordable Care Act

A protester challenged senator Marco Rubio to hold a town hall event to speak about the repeal of the Affordable Care Act at FIU on Feb. 23, 2017. House Speaker Richard Corcoran, R-Land O'Lakes tells the Herald/Times Tallahassee bureau that Gov. Rick Scott's proposal for a "property tax increase" is off the table.

Moonlight Editor Joi McMillon On Making Movies & History

The Oscars are nearly upon us again. To say the energy around Hollywood's prom feels different this year would be an understatement.

Flagler College professor's book takes Silver Medal in Florida Book Awards competition

A Flagler College professor's in-depth study of the civil rights movement in northwest Florida has earned him a prestigious 2016 Florida Book Award for his book, titled "Beyond Integration: The Black Freedom Struggle in Escambia County, Florida, 1960-1980." Dr. J. Michael Butler won the Silver Medal in the awards' "General Non-Fiction" category.

Building Tallahassee: Growth at FSU and FAMU

In addition to Tallahassee Community College's new Center for Innovation, Florida State and Florida A&M have been working to grow and renovate as well. "We've had aging facilites for decades," Toluba said.

Justice for Javona: Murder Suspect Found Dead

After Tallahassee police find the body of Tavon Jackson, the man accused of killing 23-year-old Javona Glover last year, her family is speaking out. Javona Glover was stabbed to death on August 30th at the Walgreens store at the corner of Tennessee Street and Ocala Road.

Suspect in killing of T-Pain's niece is found deadTALLAHASSEE, Fla. - ...

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Authorities say the man suspected of killing rapper and record-producer T-Pain's niece has been found dead from an apparent suicide.

The Buzz Poll: Sorry Marco, the GOP super stars of Fla are Rick Scott and Donald Trump

A newly released poll of Republican primary voters in Florida provides a healthy reminder to politicos inside the Tallahassee bubble that perceptions in the real world are very different from those in and around the Capitol. And to the legislative leaders mulling a run for governor, the Associated Industries of Florida poll should be humbling: You're a nobody outside Tally.

Snowbird Claims $500,000 Lucky Money Jackpot

The Florida Lottery announces that Richard Moore, of Fredericksburg, Virginia, claimed the $500,000 LUCKY MONEYa jackpot from the February 17, 2017, drawing at Florida Lottery Headquarters in Tallahassee. Moore chose to receive his winnings as a one-time, lump-sum payment of $364,656.80.

The Buzz Death penalty fix likely ready for floor votes at start of session

Herman Lindsey, one of 26 exonerated off Florida's death row, speaks to state lawmakers in opposition to the death penalty Tuesday in Tallahassee. Legislation that lawmakers hope will restore normalcy to Florida's death penalty is on track to land on Gov. Rick Scott 's desk at the start of their upcoming session.

Powerball jackpot grows to $403M

The Powerball jackpot has gone unclaimed for more than two months, and Massachusetts Lottery officials on Tuesday reminded potential players that the prize has grown to $403 million, with a cash option on the top prize estimated at $243.9 million for Wednesday's drawing.  The jackpot has been growing for 18 consecutive drawings without a top prize winner and represents the largest pot since a $420.9 million jackpot on Nov. 26.  Powerball drawings are held every Wednesday and Saturday at 10:59 p.m. in Tallahassee, Florida. Tickets are $2 and can be played in 44 states, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Man Suspected in Fatal Walgreens Stabbing Found Dead in Tallahassee

The Tallahassee Police Department is investigating after the man suspected in a stabbing at a local Walgreens back in September was found dead. TPD is currently conducting a death investigation in the wood line of 222 Ocala Road after a TPD Patrol Officer found the body while searching the woods for an unrelated case.

Tallahassee Police Look for Suspect in SunTrust Bank Robbery

They said that it happened around 3:15 this afternoon at the SunTrust Bank on South Monroe Street. According to witnesses, the suspect came into the business and implied he had a weapon.

FSU group wants school to be 'sanctuary campus'

Federal immigration officials should leave undocumented college students alone, according to one liberal-leaning campus organization at Florida State University. About ten members of the FSU group Students for a Democratic Society rallied on campus midday Monday, calling on students to vote to make the university a sanctuary campus during the school's upcoming student government election.

Softball vs. South Alabama Postponed

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Due to the threat of weather in the Tallahassee area later this afternoon and evening, the game between Florida State an South Alabama scheduled for February 21 at 6:00 p.m. will be not be played tonight.

Parents say some kids get school recess and others don't. The numbers back them up.

The Florida Legislature's Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability last fall surveyed all 67 county school districts about their recess policies and also sought responses from 2,900 public elementary and middle schools. The results revealed broad inconsistencies in whether school districts and specific schools actually offer daily recess, and if they do, how frequently and for how long.

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