Alicia Turner, WCTV Eyewitness News

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Past articles by Alicia:

Family devastated after losing everything in house fire

Led by a flashlight, stepping over broken glass and charred furniture, A.J Wilson took it all in, looking at what he lost. → Read More

Victim speaks out after scammers call, claiming to be holding mother hostage

A local man is still shaken up after scammers called from his mother's phone number, claiming they had her tied up and would kill her if he called the police. → Read More

Wakulla High graduate shocks crowd by walking across stage to get diploma

Mark Ng, a graduate of Wakulla High School, stunned the crowd when he got out of his wheelchair to receive his diploma. → Read More

Local psychology professor offers insight into recent gun violence

Crime scenes, injuries, deaths and arrests. As violence creeps into the capital city, the question of 'why,' lingers. → Read More

Frenchtown residents speak out after deadly shooting in broad daylight

Walking to the back door to get tools is a typical day for Robert “Bobby” Knight; but Tuesday proved to be anything but normal. → Read More

Tallahassee boy calls 911 looking for a friend, finds one in dispatcher

Calls for help at the Consolidated Dispatch Agency usually service a wide variety of needs, and Saturday was no different when a six-year-old called to say he needed help. → Read More

LCS honors longest-standing employee at Pineview Elementary School

Harry Pounsel was honored at Tuesday night's school board meeting for being one of the district's longest-standing employees. → Read More

Leon County School Board hosts remote meeting

The Leon County School Board on Tuesday held the first of five remote meetings, starting at Pineview Elementary School on Tallahassee’s south side. → Read More

TPD's Victim Advocate Unit recognized with statewide award

It’s been six months since the shooting at Hot Yoga Tallahassee. Last week, the people who helped in the aftermath received a statewide honor. → Read More

LCSO hosts vigil for crime victims

This week, communities across the nation are pausing to recognize people who have been victims of crimes. → Read More

Liberty co man accused of deadly shooting before turning gun on himself

An investigation now underway after a fatal shooting in Liberty county. → Read More

Family of hit-and-run victim speaks out, wanting answers

It’s been nearly six weeks since 46-year-old Maria Ramirez was killed in a hit and run. As police continue searching for answers, so does her family. → Read More

State officials say Hurricane Michael debris could have catastrophic impact

Clean up in the Florida Panhandle has been underway since Hurricane Michael hit in October, but new information shows the state is nowhere near the finish line. → Read More

Family in Baum Community looks to pick up pieces following Tornado

Piece by piece, Ben Revell combed through what was left of his childhood home. → Read More

State, local leaders hold Amendment 4 panel as questions still remain on implementation

On Tuesday, state and local leaders met at Florida State to hold a conversation on Amendment 4, which says voting rights shall be automatically restored for felons, except ones convicted of murder or a sexual offense. → Read More

City commission hosts first town hall meeting regarding TPD headquarters

Monday afternoon, opinions and ideas bounced from one microphone to the next, as dozens showed up for the first town hall meeting regarding the relocation of the Tallahassee Police Department. → Read More

Dad of shooting victim speaks out after new documents released

Jeff Binkley, the father of shooting victim Maura Binkley, got a chance to read through a lengthy report with investigators. It offered pages of insight into Scott Bierle's actions and whereabouts for more than 10 years. → Read More

Police: Hot Yoga shooting gunman planned attack for months

The documents released Tuesday detail a timeline of gunman Scott Beierle's life dating back more than a decade. Authorities combed through more than a thousand pages of journals, records, electronic files and Google searches made by Beierle. → Read More

Thomasville holds first city council meeting since indictments against mayor

Monday night, the first city council meeting was held in Thommasville since Mayor Greg Hobbs was indicted by a grand jury, accused of making false statements, violating his oath of office, and false reporting a crime. → Read More

Moms Demand Action rally at Florida Capitol

Wednesday afternoon, a sea of red shirts flooded the courtyard of the Florida Capitol. All of which were parents with different stories standing in support of one reason; gun control. → Read More