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Michael Hudak

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Past articles by Michael:

Morning Conversation: FSU Women’s Head Basketball Coach Sue Semrau

Florida State University Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Sue Semrau, joined WCTV’s Michael Hudak on set for a morning conversation. → Read More

Morning Conversation: Florida Ag. Commissioner Nikki Fried

WCTV’s Michael Hudak sat down with Fried in the latest edition of the Morning Conversation. → Read More

Morning Conversation: U.S. Attorney Lawrence Keefe

In this edition of the Morning Conversation, U.S. Attorney Lawrence Keefe breaks down the crucial role social media plays in the prosecution process connected to the storming of the U.S. Capitol, as well as threats made surrounding the Florida Capitol. → Read More

Morning Conversation: FSU President John Thrasher

WCTV’s Michael Hudak spoke to FSU President John Thrasher about the highs and lows during his time in charge of campus in this edition of the Morning Conversation. → Read More

Michael Hudak’s exclusive interview with Jon Ossoff

Who would have thought that the eyes of the nation would be on Georgia? → Read More

Tallahassee police report weekend shooting at Circle K on West Pensacola Street

According to TPD, officers were investigating another crime scene when they heard shots fired at the Circle K a little after midnight Saturday. → Read More

Bobby Bowden to return home from hospital Wednesday

Bobby's wife, Ann Bowden, says the former coach is “sounding like his old self again.” → Read More

Bobby Bowden to return home from hospital Wednesday

Ann Bowden says that the former coach is “sounding like his old self again.” → Read More

Bobby Bowden to return home from hospital Wednesday

Bobby's wife, Ann Bowden, says the former coach is “sounding like his old self again.” → Read More

Federal judge denies motion to extend Florida voter registration

U.S. Federal Judge Mark Walker made this decision in the wake of Florida’s election website crashing on Monday. → Read More

Battered Louisiana coast braces for 1 more: Hurricane Delta

As Hurricane Delta churns north-northwest toward an expected landfall late Friday, a hurricane warning is in place from High Island, Texas, to Morgan City, Louisiana. → Read More

Zoom outage affects FSU and TCC campuses on 1st day of class

Students and faculty at Florida State University began reporting issues with Zoom around 9 a.m. → Read More

Governor DeSantis orders bars, nightclubs to close

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced on Tuesday that all nightclubs and bars in the state will close for 30 days. → Read More

Suwannee County officials rescue 76-year-old from river

On Monday, February 24th, two officials from Suwannee County rescued a 76-year-old man who was floating down the Suwannee River. The man was hanging onto the side of the boat by a rope. → Read More

Blind, Tallahassee powerlifter defying the odds

After completely losing his sight in an accident seven years ago, Tallahassee powerlifter Ronald Fox has found his vision. → Read More

Legendary football coaches advocate for hurricane relief funds

Thursday at the Florida Capitol saw legendary Florida football coaches take a stand for those still suffering six months after Hurricane Michael. → Read More

TPD searching for man who touched, took photos of victim

A man wanted for touching and taking photos of a victim at a Tallahassee Walmart is still at large. → Read More

Program teaching to fight fire power with girl power

Before Lacey England could even fight fires, she had to fight for respect. → Read More

Displaced Puerto Rican families calling on Florida legislature to provide disaster relief, reconstruction funds

More than 100 families have been left homeless after relocating from Puerto Rico. They left the island following Hurricane Maria, only to be hit again by Hurricane Michael in Panama City Beach. → Read More

Liberty County lays Corey and Shana Crum to rest

While there were many tears and overflowing emotion, Liberty County did today what it does best; uniting in a time of tragedy. → Read More