Monica Casey, WCTV Eyewitness News

Monica Casey

WCTV Eyewitness News

Tallahassee, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Monica:

City and Tallahassee Urban League partner to build Bond resident a new home

The City of Tallahassee and the Tallahassee Urban League have partnered to provide a Bond Neighborhood resident with a brand new home. → Read More

Market District revitalization includes better walkability, more green space, and public art

The changes are designed to create a sense of place and increase safety. → Read More

KCCI unveils new ‘Greetings from TLH’ mural in Market District

The art is located on the side of Hopkins Eatery in the Market District, and it’s part of a wider revitalization effort for the area. → Read More

DOE says LCS policy on masks for asymptomatic students is not in compliance with law

In a letter Friday afternoon, Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran told Leon County Schools it is still not in compliance with state law, despite the addition of a parental opt-out option on masks. → Read More

Multiple weekend events in Tallahassee giving local economy a boost

Tallahassee and Leon County have a busy weekend ahead, with many options for residents and tourists to support the local economy. → Read More

Tallahassee City Commission receives updates on ongoing audits

The Tallahassee City Commission getting an update tonight on multiple audits, including a look at TPD’s use of force policy and certain contracts related to former City Commissioner Scott Maddox. → Read More

Tallahassee City Commission votes to join legal challenge against anti-riot legislation

The City of Tallahassee Commission has unanimously voted to join a legal challenge against one of the most controversial bills of Florida’s last session, taking on the Anti-Riot Bill. → Read More

Man found guilty in ‘Call to Arms’ at Florida Capitol sentenced to 3.5 years in prison

Daniel Baker has been sentenced to 44 months in prison and three years of supervised release. → Read More

FDOE gives Leon County Schools 48 hours to comply with mask ruling

Members of the Leon County Schools district board are losing thousands of dollars after a vote by the state board of education to sanction LCS for not complying with the law. → Read More

Leon County EMS employee named Florida Emergency Medical Technician of the Year

Leon County employee Lee Kendall has been named the Florida Emergency Medical Technician of the Year. → Read More

Commissioner Matlow hosts town hall on ethics reform

The panel will include a Q&A with a panel, and a detailed discussion of six ethics recommendations from the City Commissioner. → Read More

Leon County middle and high school students participate in Leon Works Fall Preview

About 5,000 Leon County Schools middle and high school students are learning more about careers they could have in the future. → Read More

City receives $25,000 Asphalt Art grant for public art in Bond

The City will partner with the Council on Culture and Arts, or COCA, to commission local artists to create public art. → Read More

City hosts meetings asking for input on StarMetro services and Southside Transit Center

The staff is working on a Comprehensive Operational Analysis, a yearlong effort to create a 10-year strategy for system development, and the design phase of the Southside Transit Center. → Read More

Leon County Commission sets state and federal legislative priorities

Florida’s 2022 legislative session runs from January 11th to March 11th. During the session, County Commissioners will receive weekly updates. → Read More

Animal Service Center upgrades happening more than a decade early

City and County leaders unanimously voted to move part of the funding to FY22. → Read More

Blueprint votes to allocate $20 million to FSU for Doak repairs and improvements

Monday afternoon’s meeting was lengthy and contentious, with about 30 public speakers. Some argued it is an incorrect use of local tax dollars, while others pointed to the economic driver FSU represents. → Read More

Sentencing for JT Burnette delayed

The sentencing for Tallahassee businessman JT Burnette has been delayed and rescheduled to November 9, according to court records. → Read More

Blueprint to vote on allocating $20 million for Doak renovations

Next Monday, the Blueprint Intergovernmental Agency will weigh allocating 20 million dollars in funding for repairs to Florida State University’s Doak Campbell Stadium. → Read More

Police Citizens Advisory Council to host town hall

The group has been meeting monthly, discussing policy and procedures. Now, they want to hear directly from the community. → Read More