Brandon Spencer, WCTV Eyewitness News

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Recent articles by Brandon:

Jefferson County Commission considers action against comptroller for $5,000 check

The Jefferson County Clerk Of Courts and Comptroller Kirk Reams are facing scrutiny after it was discovered that Reams wrote a $5,000 check from his office to the Jefferson County Republican Party. → Read More

FHP asks pedestrians to be careful after fatal crash

The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash on Apalachee Parkway that left one pedestrian dead early Wednesday morning. → Read More

FSU students hopeful for a great homecoming week

FSU students in CollegeTown explain their expectations for homecoming week and the football game. → Read More

Biker group organizes food drive for homeless

Full Force Throttle, a Tallahassee-based biking group, held their fifth annual food giveaway for the homeless on Saturday. → Read More

Biker group organizes food drive for homeless

Full Force Throttle, a Tallahassee-based biking group, held their fifth annual food giveaway for the homeless on Saturday. → Read More

Tallahassee Greek Festival returns

After a one-year hiatus, the Greek Festival has returned to Tallahassee and is bringing the same great attractions as before. → Read More

TFD responds to fire at Tallahassee motorcycle dealership

The Tallahassee Fire Department responded to a call about a structure fire at around 5:45 a.m. Saturday morning. → Read More

Tallahassee duo heading to Bass Pro National Fishing Tournament

The two men are gearing up to head to Missouri, gathering their equipment and trying new techniques as they look to take on a platform and environment they’ve never experienced before. → Read More

Tallahassee set to get its own professional basketball team

Tallahassee is getting its own professional basketball team and they’re having tryouts this Saturday. → Read More

TPD investigating ATM burglary

The Tallahassee Police Department is investigating an ATM burglary that occurred at a First Commerce Credit Union on Thomasville Road early Wednesday morning. → Read More

‘Mission850′ still helping communities three years after Hurricane Michael

Three years ago, Hurricane Michael devastated the Florida panhandle, leaving behind damage that is still yet to be dealt with. → Read More

Troubling Trend: Tallahassee hit with wave of gun violence

Tallahassee has seen a wave of gun violence over the past 24 hours. → Read More

New nonprofit ‘Employ-U’ helps Floridians with disabilities find jobs

On Thursday, the nonprofit employment service Employ-u held their grand opening here in Tallahassee as they look to bring their services to the Big Bend area. → Read More

FAMU marching band commemorates new practice field

The FAMU Marching 100 officially practiced on their brand new artificial turf field today and held a ceremony to commemorate it. → Read More

Leon County Schools board members react to state sanctions brought down over COVID rules

LCS board members react to sanctions brought down on the county after they were found to not follow state rulings. → Read More

Louisiana family escapes Hurricane Ida woes, attends FSU game

Steve Chaisson and his family wanted a distraction after they saw their home in Louisiana take significant damage during Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Multiple organizations march on the Capitol for reproductive rights

As a part of the ‘Day of Action’ planned for Saturday, October 2nd, multiple organizations gathered for a march and rally at the State Capitol to make their case on stopping abortion bans. → Read More

FSU Black Student Union marches for change

In light of recent events that have targeted minorities on Florida State University’s campus, the Black Student Union held a march on Saturday asking for change. → Read More

FSU police identify suspects who posted hate speech flyers

The FSU Police Department says they have identified the subjects involved in placing several inappropriate, offensive and hateful flyers near Collegetown Tuesday night. → Read More

FSU lineman raises money for young leukemia patient

A member of the Florida State University football team is giving back to the community this season. Offensive linemen Brady Scott organized an online fundraiser this past week, looking to raise money to help a young leukemia patient. → Read More