Sophia Hernandez, WCTV Eyewitness News

Sophia Hernandez

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Past articles by Sophia:

Florida highway named after officer killed on site 4 years ago

A a single car crash, engulfed in flames, killed Officer Joshua Montaad with the Florida Department of Agriculture four years ago. → Read More

Communities still recovering from Hurricane Michael as new storm season begins

As hurricane season begins, many in our area reflect on Hurricane Michael, a storm that has left people still in need of assistance almost three years later. → Read More

City Commission Meeting: Cascades trails renamed, PBA agreement reached

The Tallahassee City Commission met Wednesday to discuss a number of issues, including renaming of a trail at Cascades Park and reach a deal with the PBA. → Read More

Tallahassee Police Department honors five officers killed in the line of duty

Family, colleagues and the community remembered those who gave their all. → Read More

Family of man killed in Springhill Road calling for changes to busy byway

Since 2016, WCTV has reported 8 fatal crashes along the stretch of road. The most recent one happened this April. The family of the 18-year-old killed in that crash are hoping to stop what happened to their son from happening to anyone else. → Read More

Valor Ceremony held for 82-year-old Air Force veteran

John Kennedy, Jr., an 82-year-old veteran of the United States Air Force who served four years, was celebrated celebrated for his sacrifice, service and commitment to his country. → Read More

TPD continues church vandalism investigation while leaders hope event acts as teaching moment

Four churches were vandalized Monday night where red spray paint and graffiti covered places of worship along Thomasville Road. → Read More

‘He was a legend, he will be deeply missed’: Funeral procession held for retired Liberty County Sheriff

Funeral services took place Wednesday for former Liberty County Sheriff Harrell Wood Revell, who served as top law enforcer in the community for 26 years. → Read More

‘He was a legend, he will be deeply missed’: Funeral procession held for retired Liberty County Sheriff

Funeral services took place Wednesday for former Liberty County Sheriff Harrell Wood Revell, who served as top law enforcer in the community for 26 years. → Read More

Early County deputy asking for kidney donor

A South Georgia Sheriff’s deputy, who is sworn to protect and serve the community, is now calling on that same community for support. → Read More

Construction projects underway during Work Zone Awareness Week

From road reconstruction, to widening of highways, FDOT wants you to be cautious on the roads as you navigate these changes while they work to make them more efficient. → Read More

‘I don’t see a change’: Cuban community reflects on what Castro’s departure really means for country

Friday, Cuba’s leader of the Communist party, Raul Castro, shared that he was stepping down from his position as First Secretary after 10 years in the position. → Read More

Black bear raids trash in Quincy neighborhood, FWC gives advice to avoid conflicts

The homeowner said when she first heard the rummaging outside, she thought it was her husband taking out the trash. → Read More

Black bear raids trash in Tallahassee neighborhood, FWC gives advice to avoid conflicts

The homeowner said when she first heard the rummaging outside, she thought it was her husband taking out the trash. → Read More

‘Unseen but indescribable’: FDOT’s last dive team saves lives inspecting bridges

Many of us drive across a bridge nearly every day and seldom think twice about whether it’s safe. → Read More

Children’s advocacy center in Panama City reopens after Hurricane Michael devastates building

Across the state of Florida, there are 27 advocacy centers providing support, resources and a listening ear to those who have been victimized by sexual abuse. → Read More

Greensboro Fire wanting to separate from City, operate as nonprofit

After more than 20 years working for the city, the Greensboro Fire Department is breaking away, wanting to become their own non profit. → Read More

No ‘I’ in team: Rickards Science Olympiad defies odds, garners first ever first-place finishes

75 students at Rickards High School put their STEM skills to the test, and a select few managed to place first in a statewide Science Olympiad Competition. → Read More

‘Facts vs. smears’: Gov. DeSantis says 60 Minutes was ‘working a narrative’ against him, the state

“Facts versus smears” was the theme of Governor Ron DeSantis’ press conference Wednesday. → Read More

Bill aimed at sexual assault kit tracking, recording making headway

Tuesday, Gail’s Law, passed through committees, hoping to become Florida law. → Read More