Charlene Cristobal, WCTV Eyewitness News

Charlene Cristobal

WCTV Eyewitness News

Tallahassee, FL, United States

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Past articles by Charlene:

Self-defense classes in Tallahassee offered for all ages

Experts say you shouldn't wait until something bad happens to learn how to defend yourself. That's what a class offered in Tallahassee aims to help people of all ages do. → Read More

Leon County, Big Bend return to school for new year

Monday was an exciting day for many students in the area, especially in Leon County where 34,000 students returned to the classroom. → Read More

Florida Highway Patrol installs new 360-degree cameras

The Florida Highway Patrol is completing its installation of new 360-degree cameras on its patrol cars. → Read More

Boxing club helps local youth conquer life's punches

A very unique club in Tallahassee is helping bring young people together with mentors through the art of boxing. → Read More

Love at first snap, sort of

Fun fact: did you know Snapchat has more than 300,000,000 users? Nearly 180,000,000 of them use the app daily. This is the story of how two FSU students found each other in truly a sea of millions. → Read More

Tallahassee entrepreneurs ‘disrupt’ the mouthwash business

Two men are ‘powering forward’ in the mouthwash business, changing people’s lives one swish at a time. → Read More

Market disruptors: Local entrepreneurs look to change the game

Companies like Amazon and Uber are evolving business as we know it, a phenomenon that's inspiring local entrepreneurs to become market disruptors. → Read More

What is the anatomy of fear?

Haunted houses can turn your stomach, but also turn a profit. While the Halloween horrors are not for everyone, still so many people continue to go back year after year. → Read More

Last Red Cross shelter closes in Tallahassee

Friday morning, the last Red Cross shelter in Tallahassee closed its doors. Around 20 people were still staying at Northwoods Baptist Church. → Read More

Families stay positive while waiting for assistance after Irma

The Red Cross says around 40 people who were evacuated for Hurricane Irma are staying at the Northwoods Baptist Church. → Read More

FHP investigating fatal crash on Springhill Road

The Florida Highway Patrol is reporting a fatal crash on Springhill Road near O H Hudson Lane. → Read More

Prepare for Hurricane Season by building your bucket in Tallahassee

Hurricane Season kicks off June 1st and officials want to make sure you are prepared by hosting the 'Build Your Bucket' event in Tallahassee. → Read More

TLH youth bowlers taking down pins and saving for college

It's a game a lot of us played as kids and a lot of us still play for fun -- bowling! → Read More

Dozens of pelicans injured in Wakulla County

Two dozen pelicans are now being rehabilitated after they were found with broken wings. → Read More

Tallahassee VA Clinic holds dedication ceremony

Big Bend veterans and residents gathered Thursday to officially dedicate the new VA clinic in Tallahassee. → Read More

Fencing installed at South Georgia's elephant refuge

Work is underway to build an elephant refuge in South Georgia. The refuge sits on more than 800 acres in Decatur County. Right now, construction is underway on a fence to help secure the perimeter. → Read More

FSU basketball players speak to FAMU DRS students

FSU men's basketball takes a trip to FAMU DRS to talk to the students about the importance of balancing education and other activities. → Read More

Protesters urge Rubio to block DeVos

Protesters crowded into Senator Marco Rubio's office Monday. They're calling on the Senator to recuse himself from the vote for education secretary. → Read More

FAMU football great to be honored at Super Bowl pregame

The countdown is on to Super Bowl 51. Final preparations are underway at NRG Stadium in Houston. Including preparations for before the big game, which includes a celebration of HBCU gridiron greats. → Read More

Officials identify seven people killed in Cook County

Officials have released the names of seven people killed after a tornado touched down in Cook County. → Read More