Jaclyn Harold, WCTV Eyewitness News

Jaclyn Harold

WCTV Eyewitness News

Tallahassee, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Jaclyn:

South Georgia Vashti Center attempts to break world record for largest gathering of people dressed as butterflies

The organization is asking the community to show their support by dressing up as butterflies on Friday in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month. → Read More

New Age Lynching: Police brutality and its affects on communities of color

A new exhibit at FAMU is shining a light on police brutality and how it affects communities of color. → Read More

The Seminole Tribe of Florida unveils new mural

A new mural in downtown Tallahassee telling the creation story of the Seminole people was unveiled Wednesday morning. → Read More

La Fiesta in Tallahassee closing this Saturday after 30+ years in business

The owners of the popular local Mexican spot on Apalachee Parkway announced via Facebook they’d be closing the doors for good on Saturday, April 30. → Read More

Florida Sheriff’s Association honors 30 fallen deputies

Hundreds of law enforcement officers from across Florida’s 67 counties gathered Monday morning to honor their fallen brothers and sisters in uniform. → Read More

Leon County joins nationwide voter education campaign

Leon County is participating in the Trusted Info 2022 Campaign. It involves secretaries of state and election supervisors nationwide. → Read More

Residents in Leon County weigh on rising costs

Working families, people living on fixed incomes and even retirees say they’re feeling the impacts of rising costs and something has to give soon. → Read More

Madison man talks about his upcoming Wheel of Fortune appearance

Sedrick Revels said he never thought in a million years that he’d be selected. → Read More

Ashley HomeStore distribution center breaks ground in Thomasville

A new Ashley Home furniture distribution center will employ nearly 100 people in Thomasville. → Read More

City leaders rally to end gun violence in Thomasville

A recent shooting on the corner of Madison and Green St in Thomasville has struck a nerve in the community. → Read More

Clean up continues in South Georgia after severe weather

Clean up stretched into day two in Thomasville following severe weather Wednesday, with more trees and debris being removed from the south side of the city. → Read More

‘South Georiga piano man’: Pastor and wedding singer play music for cancer patients in Thomasville

It was a chance encounter that brought these two strangers together. Henry Yuma a wedding singer, and James Banks a Pastor and retired biologist. → Read More

77-year-old retiree hits the workforce again

Bill Nichols, 77, enrolled at Southern Regional Technical College to get his commercial driver’s license and say if he can do it, then so can you. → Read More

77-year-old retiree hits the workforce again

Bill Nichols, 77, enrolled at Southern Regional Technical College to get his commercial driver’s license and say if he can do it, then so can you. → Read More

Thomas County deputies honored for their bravery in January shooting

The Thomasville community honored three deputies who put their lives on the line in January. → Read More

Cairo students paint the town blue for World Down Syndrome day

Students at Southside Elementary School sported blue and gold for World Down Syndrome Day to bring awareness to the community. → Read More

“He was the light of my life” Family speaks after 19-year-old dies from bus lift injuries

An investigation is underway in the death of 19-year-old Jordan Benage, who died after he sustained injuries from a fall off a school bus lift. → Read More

Public works warns against marking or moving road signs

Public works replaced at least a dozen road signs due to them being stolen and vandalized, and officials shared the damaged property seems to be increasing. → Read More

Local Ukrainians share update on current state of Russian invasion

The Russian invasion into Ukraine came as no surprise to Anastasiia Vlasenko, who said threats of this war have been looming for years. → Read More

Attapulgus community honors civil rights icon Hosea Williams

A ceremony to honor South Georgia pioneer Hosea Williams was held in his hometown of Attapulgus. → Read More