Brandon Spencer, WCTV Eyewitness News

Brandon Spencer

WCTV Eyewitness News

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  • WALB News 10

Recent articles by Brandon:

Tallahassee cyclists gather for a Ride of Silence to remember fallen bicyclists

More than 50 cyclists gathered for the 2022 Ride of Silence to remember those lost to bicycle accidents. → Read More

LCS’s committee crafting new LGBTQ guidelines meets for 1st time

The committee met for more than three hours Tuesday, using the majority of the time discussing a 20-page draft of the presented guide. → Read More

Rising diesel prices are leading to negative trends in the trucking industry

Truck drivers and Florida Trucking Association CEO give insight on the impacts of rising diesel costs. → Read More

Tallahassee mother raises awareness about sharing the road 20 years after son’s death

Tina McElhenny lost her son, Kris, in a motorcycle crash 20 years ago. Each May, she puts up a billboard to remember him and remind drivers to look twice. → Read More

Local Organizations gather for a day of action and vigil as a part of National Crime Victims Rights Week

Multiple organizations gather for a vigil and day of action for Crime Victims Rights Week. → Read More

Spring 2022 Graduates at both FAMU and FSU reflect on their journeys

FSU and FAMU students talk reminisce on their journey to graduation. → Read More

Independence Landing community for adults with disabilities breaks ground in Tallahassee

The Independence Landing Project is located in Southwood, and founder Allison Tant was emotional as she realized years of hard work are finally coming to fruition. → Read More

Railroad Square business owners concerned about uptick in break-in attempts

A person was caught in the act on a surveillance camera early Wednesday morning breaking into Tallulah Delta 8 Plus, and the owner says the suspect made off with hundreds of dollars of goods. → Read More

Capital Area Justice Ministry hosts event to address gun violence, housing woes

More than 600 people across 20 congregations showed up to be part of the change CAJM hopes to bring to the community. → Read More

‘And the Grammy goes to’: Tallahassee native takes home a Grammy

Tallahassee native Denisia BluJune Andrews has her dreams come true after winning a Grammy for co-writing Jazmine Sullivan's song 'Pick Up Your Feelings.' → Read More

Tallahassee Residents and All Local First Responders Gather To Fundraise For Fallen Heroes

Residents gathered at All Nations Church and online to raise money for the families of fallen first responders. → Read More

FSU Students React to Soccer Coach Mark Krikorian stepping down

FSU students say their shocked to hear FSU Women's Soccer Coach Mark Krikorian is stepping down. → Read More

Echols County residents react to high intensity storm damage in their community

Residents in Echols County react to the aftermath of high winds during severe weather. → Read More

Fans and Colleagues React to Gene Deckerhoff’s FSU Retirement

The legendary voice of FSU, Gene Deckerhoff, announces he will step down from calling FSU games. → Read More

Family, friends remember 10-year anniversary of St. Patrick’s Day tragedy

Family and friends of Shakeila and Vincent Vickers remember their lives with a memorial walk. → Read More

Madison residents react to the temporary closures of local businesses, including Winn-Dixie

The Madison Winn-Dixie's temporary closure leaves residents wondering where to shop next. → Read More

Several Tallahassee faith groups come together to fight gun violence, housing problems

Faith communities across Tallahassee gather as the Capital Area Justice Ministry to evoke change in Tallahassee. → Read More

FSU’S Unconquered Scholars Program creates Stevenson Guerrier Scholarship following his sudden death

FSU's Unconquered Scholars Program created a scholarship in honor of FSU alum Stevenson 'Stevo' Guerrier following his sudden death. → Read More

Protest at the Florida Capitol in opposition to invasion of Ukraine

Supporters of Ukraine gathered at the Florida Capitol Saturday, protesting Russia's invasion and calling for peace. → Read More

FAMU alum inspires great handwriting with Black History books

A Florida A&M University alum and Tallahassee resident has authored two books to help improve young kids’ handwriting while showcasing Black History and HBCUs. → Read More