Brittany Bedi, WCTV Eyewitness News

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Past articles by Brittany:

Study: Floridians farther from Hurricane Michael were more unaware of impacts

Jackie Punancy survived Hurricane Andrew, a Category 5 hurricane that went through South Florida like a buzzsaw, in 1992. She moved to Chattahoochee to escape the storms. Then Hurricane Michael came along. → Read More

Wakulla High School students prepare for world STEAM competition

The Wakulla High School Odyssey of the Mind Team qualified for world finals for the first time in 2017. Two years later, the team has done it again. → Read More

Local, state groups help pet owners prepare for hurricane season

It's National Hurricane Preparedness Week, a time that serves as a reminder to prepare for the upcoming hurricane season. → Read More

Red Cross volunteers to distribute, install smoke detectors

Firefighters and Red Cross volunteers will go door-to-door in the Bond community and the Putnam Drive area on May 11 for the 'Sound the Alarm, Save a Life' campaign. → Read More

NWS Tallahassee conducts hurricane training exercise

Meteorologists at the National Weather Service in Tallahassee spent Monday afternoon holding a training exercise to prepare for the event of a land-falling hurricane. → Read More

FSUS teacher named WCTV Teacher of the Month

Excitement was in the air Tuesday in Jessica Wolff's kindergarten class. The unsuspecting teacher was surprised by co-workers and family as she was named WCTV's Teacher of the Month. → Read More

FAMU Black Archives and Museum open exhibit honoring local doctor, African American pioneers in medicine and science

FAMU Meek-Eaton Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum unveiled a new exhibit highlighting African American pioneers in medicine and science → Read More

Companies, museums, school programs celebrate STEM Day at Capitol

Science and technology were on full display at the Florida Capitol Tuesday for STEM Day. Companies partnered with museums and STEM school programs across the state to highlight the importance of science, technology, engineering and math. → Read More

Andrew's Downtown fundraises for Farm Share

Andrew's Downtown serves customers near the Capitol building. Now, the restaurant is lending a helping hand to the community. → Read More

TMH raises 'Donate Life' flag for organ, tissue donation

Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare will honor organ and tissue donors and recipients throughout the month of April. → Read More

Immigrant families, supporters speak out against SB 168, HB 527

Immigrant families from all over Florida spent Monday at the Capitol. More than 200 immigrant families and supporters gathered to speak out against Senate Bill 168 and House Bill 527. → Read More

NWS: EF0 tornado damage confirmed in Wakulla County

An EF0 tornado touched down near Spring Creek Road and moved 18.41 miles across U.S. Highway 319. Peak winds are estimated to be 75 mph. → Read More

Godby High chorus honors Black History Month at Capitol Museum

Singing rang through the Florida Historic Capitol Museum Wednesday morning as the Godby High School chorus filled the building with songs written and inspired by African Americans for Black History Month. → Read More

Stubbs Educational Foundation hosts gala benefitting local students

Proceeds from the gala benefit the Stubbs Educational Foundation. The foundation awards scholarships for music lesson for K-12 students who may not be able to afford them. → Read More

TCC2FAMU program opens doors to a four-year degree

Tallahassee Community College students and FAMU faculty collaborated Wednesday for TCC2FAMU Day at the TCC Student Union. → Read More

Doctors, survivors highlight importance of cancer research and care

People on the front lines of cancer research in Florida are calling on lawmakers for funding. → Read More

Space Day 2019: Florida's aerospace industry on display

Visitors at the Florida Capitol got an up-close-and-personal look at space exploration on Tuesday, part of Space Day 2019. → Read More

Chattahoochee residents still feeling Hurricane Michael's impacts

It's been four months since Hurricane Michael hit the Big Bend. Blue tarps on roofs are still a common sight in Chattahoochee. → Read More

NOAA, NASA release 2018 global climate data

NOAA and NASA have released global temperature data and provided an update on major U.S. disasters, showing the past five years are the warmest years in modern record. → Read More

Warm and dry week continues, brief cooldown ahead

Brittany Bedi has a look at a warm and dry forecast, with chances for a cooldown heading into the weekend. → Read More