Savannah Kelley, WCTV Eyewitness News

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Recent articles by Savannah:

LCS and Florida DOH fight heads to court

On Thursday, the legal battle between Florida’s local school districts and the Florida Department of Health officially began in court. → Read More

‘Closing a chapter’: Taylor County hospital has zero COVID patients

“A lot of patients came through here. Not as many as went through TMH or another facility, but for us in this small community, a lot of patients we were able to take care of here.” → Read More

Empty spots on lots: Tallahassee car dealers struggle due to supply shortage

This global supply chain problem is driven by a shortage in essential parts, like microchips. → Read More

“We’re praying for them:’ Tallahassee-based missionaries react to Haiti kidnappings

Even as kidnappings in Haiti have risen nearly 300% since July, Fackender says he and other members of Good Shepherd Catholic church plan to return to Haiti as early as this winter. → Read More

Citizens Advisory Council addresses gun violence in Tallahassee

“It impacts me so deeply, because I know the effects of gun violence,” Council Chairman Rudolph Ferguson said. “I’ve had to bury friends due to gun violence. I’ve had to eulogize friends, children who have been gunned down.” → Read More

‘Project Cyprus’ proposes new Amazon warehouse in Tallahassee

The spot Amazon purchased is right behind the Home Depot near Northwest Passage and Capital Circle Northwest. It’s part of a total 47.8 acres of land that the company plans to use for this new warehouse. → Read More

Family of hit-and-run victim looking for answers

“You’d like to tell yourself that it was probably an accident on their part,” Jason’s brother, David Hall, said. “But I guess we won’t know unless they step up and do the right thing.” → Read More

Three years after Hurricane Michael, logging industry continuing long road to recovery

Sunday marked the three-year anniversary of Hurricane Michael, a storm that wrecked havoc on the Florida panhandle’s logging industry. → Read More

Danfoss expansion will bring 200 new jobs to Tallahassee

This expansion will bring in not just engineering positions, but also manufacturing jobs. → Read More

‘Now I have hope’: TCC announces allocation of $5.9 million to pay outstanding tuition fees

Thousands of students at Tallahassee Community College are now eligible to have their debt erased. → Read More

Amidst growing scrutiny, tech expert discusses best practices when browsing Facebook

With Facebook facing increased scrutiny for amplifying divisive content and misinformation, what can the average user do to protect themselves? → Read More

North Florida Wildlife Center receives new bird, only of its species in U.S.A.

The North Florida Wildlife Center recently received a new bird, which is the only white-thighed hornbill in the United States. → Read More

Vaccine mandate deadline looms for Leon Co. employees

About a month ago, County Administrator Vince Long told WCTV that roughly 50% of county employees were vaccinated. Now, that number is up to 98 percent. → Read More

Leon County Schools seeking answers after gun found on campus for sixth time since classes began

On Wednesday, a student at Godby High School was arrested for bringing a weapon on campus. It marked the sixth time this school year this has happened at a Leon County School. → Read More

South City welcomes new Tech Learning Hub to increase digital equity

Local leaders and members of the South City Foundation cut the ribbon on a new Tech Learning Hub Wednesday. → Read More

‘We just need the violence to stop’: Gadsden County urges residents to curb violent crime

The Gadsden County community is coming together to stop violent crime. → Read More

Leon County Schools ahead of the curve with new Alyssa’s Alert mobile system

Beginning this school year, all school districts across Florida are required to activate a mobile panic alert system, known as Alyssa’s Alert, in honor of one of the victims of the 2018 Parkland shooting. → Read More

FSU College of Education working to combat teacher shortage

The Florida Education Association reported a 67% increase in teaching vacancies from last year. → Read More

New DOH guidelines: Students are not required to quarantine after COVID-19 exposure

New guidelines from the Florida Department of Health say students are not required to quarantine if they are asymptomatic after being exposed to COVID-19. → Read More

12 million Floridians vaccinated, some still hesitant

Florida’s vaccination rate is now more than one point above the national average, with more than 12 million Floridians fully vaccinated. → Read More