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Recent articles by Hannah:

Hannah’s Saturday Evening Forecast

Meteorologist Hannah Messier gives you her forecast for Saturday October 16, 2021 and looks to the week ahead. → Read More

Returning to Ruby: The Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra prepares for first concert in nineteen months

Tuning their instruments together for the first time in nineteen months. The Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra had its first practice since the pandemic last night. The orchestra, preparing for its concert this weekend called Returning to Ruby. → Read More

Hannah’s Sunday Evening Forecast

Meteorologist Hannah Messier gives you her evening forecast for October 10, 2021. → Read More

Golfing with a Purpose: Big Bend Minority Chamber raises money for title one schools

Teeing off for title one schools. Today golfers hit the links for the Big Bend Minority Chambers annual golf tournament. Groups of golfers each represented a local title one school competing to earn the school extra money in a long-drive competition. → Read More

Red Tide confirmed off Franklin and Taylor Counties

The FWC has announced it has found red tide in samples off the coast of Franklin and Taylor Counties this week. → Read More

Gadsden Art Center and Museum celebrates women artists

The Gadsden Arts Center & Museum is showcasing work by women artists. → Read More

Chief Scientist at FSU’s Magnet Lab taking her expertise to the White House

A Tallahassee scientist is stepping onto the national stage: Dr. Laura Greene, Chief Scientist at the Magnet Lab, was appointed to one of President Biden’s advisory councils. → Read More

Three lighthouses highlight the beauty of the forgotten coast

The forgotten coast of the Big Bend. Home to three lighthouses that have been guiding sailors through treacherous shoals spanning from Dog Island to St. George Island. → Read More

Honoring Tallahassee’s Fallen Heroes: Miller’s Tree Service participates in national Saluting Branches event

A local tree trimming company donated its services at the Tallahassee National Cemetery, beautifying the final resting place of those who served our country. It’s part of a nationwide volunteer effort called Saluting Branches. → Read More

Meteorological Mysteries: September 10th, the peak of hurricane season

Even as summer ends, storms in the tropics are still firing up. September is known as the peak of hurricane season based on data collected by the National Hurricane Center. → Read More

Tallahassee Community Chorus lifting their voices despite the pandemic

Singers across the Capital City are warming up their voices as the Tallahassee Community Chorus returns to in-person rehearsals. → Read More

Fishing for Science: Gulf Specimen Marine lab provides for researchers across the U.S.

Blue waves lap at Cypress Rudloe and Ethan Delada’s boat as the two reel in their net, searching for fish, crabs, sea urchins and more. → Read More

Project Daring: The Junior League of Tallahassee decorate downtown with influential Florida Heroines

Girl power on display: The Junior League of Tallahassee is partnering with the Florida Department of State to paint a mural honoring historic Florida women. → Read More

Leon High School prepares for football season amid August heat, humidity

Every August, Coach Garrett Jahn and trainer Alan Morales take Leon High School’s football team to the field to run drills for the upcoming season. But, the weather isn’t always favorable for sports. → Read More

Speed bumps installed on Live Oak Plantation Rd.

Driving down Live Oak Plantation Road in Tallahassee, you’ll notice some new additions: about 11 speed bumps. → Read More

Following shark attack, Gulf Specimen Marine Lab releases healed sea turtle at Shell Point Beach

A crowd gathered Wednesday at Shell Point Beach as the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab released Vicki the 5-year-old Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle into the Gulf. → Read More

Alligator Point sees record low sea turtle nests this season

These past few months, turtles along the Forgotten Coast swam into trouble. → Read More

Hannah’s Friday Evening Forecast: July 23, 2021

Meteorologist Hannah Messier takes a look at the forecast for your evening of Friday, July 23, 2021. → Read More

Hannah’s Thursday Evening Forecast: July 22, 2021

Meteorologist Hannah Messier takes a look at the forecast for your evening of Thursday, July 22, 2021. → Read More

Hannah’s Friday Evening Forecast: July 16, 2021

Meteorologist Hannah Messier takes a look at the forecast for your evening of Friday, July 16, 2021. → Read More