Elizabeth Millner, WCTV Eyewitness News

Elizabeth Millner

WCTV Eyewitness News

Tallahassee, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Elizabeth:

Leon County School board members react to salary loss

Leon County School board members are now working without pay, after the state ruled the district’s new COVID policies still violate the law. → Read More

Red Hills fire still under investigation, no cause known yet

A popular Tallahassee motorcycle dealership, where many motorcycle clubs once passed through, went up in flames over the weekend. → Read More

Tallahassee groups raise awareness for White Cane Safety Day

Several groups in the Capital City are working to raise awareness for White Cane Safety Day. → Read More

Tallahassee Science Fest inspires children to study STEM

TCC and the city of Tallahassee hosted the 10th annual Tallahassee Science Festival on Saturday. → Read More

City of Quincy breaks ground on first-ever solar panel field

The work on the first-ever solar panel field in Quincy is now underway. → Read More

‘Real Men Wear Pink’: Tallahassee-area men participate in breast cancer awareness fundraiser

More than 50 participants from around the capital city, grabbed their clubs and tees for a few rounds of golf, all for a good cause. → Read More

Havana’s annual PumpkinFest returns

It’s beginning to feel a lot like fall, as Havana’s annual PumpkinFest is back in town! → Read More

Local retailers experience product shortage brought on by the pandemic

From the supermarket, to the big box stores, to mom and pop shops, the pandemic is impacting a lot of things we buy right now. → Read More

TCC teams up with manufacturing company to train skilled workers

Tallahassee Community College is joining forces with the international manufacturing company Danfoss to address a shortage of skilled workers. → Read More

‘I will fight for him’: Mother continues to search for answers a year after her son was found dead

A mother is still searching for answers after her son was found dead at the Cypress Cove pond in Chattahoochee, Florida. → Read More

‘I will fight for him’: Mother continues to search for answers a year after her son was found dead

A mother is still searching for answers after her son was found dead at the Cypress Cove pond in Chattahoochee, Florida. → Read More

Gadsden County EMT raises awareness about ovarian cancer after battling the disease

The month of September is also known as Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, and a Gadsden County EMT is raising awareness after her own battle with the disease. → Read More

‘We are making it look the way it did when it was built’: historic Goodwood water tower undergoes rehabilitation

A historic structure in Tallahassee is getting a makeover. The Goodwood water tower is being rehabilitated for modern use. → Read More

Tallahassee residents anxious for authorized use of Pfizer’s vaccine in children aged 5-12

A huge step was announced Monday in the next phase of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine as the makers of the shot say their shots are “safe and effective” for kids aged five to 11. → Read More

‘This was a tragedy in our community’: Friends remember beloved Canopy Oaks P.E. teacher Logan Hurst

Those who knew Coach Logan Hurst remember him as man of faith, an awesome coach, and a role model for the children he taught. → Read More

Muslim Americans still facing discrimination 20 years after 9/11

The Florida chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations says about 500,000 Muslim Americans live in the state of Florida, and they say the best way to fight prejudice is through education and conversation. → Read More

AG Commissioner Fried launches $10 million carbon sequestration grant program

Florida Agriculture Commissioner, Nikki Fried, announced the launch of a new program to address climate changes across the state. → Read More

FAMU’s COVID testing site moves to new location, testing numbers continue to surge

Florida A&M University’s COVID testing site which has been at Bragg-Memorial Stadium since the start of the pandemic, is now open in a new location. → Read More

‘Chef Chy’: the little Tallahassee chef slated for a bright future

At just six-years-old Cheyenne Owens is already perfecting her own menus in the kitchen. → Read More

‘We loved having him a part of this place’: Bowden’s impact remembered at Community Christian School

Faith was at the center of Bobby Bowden’s life and he gave back to faith-based organizations and schools, like Community Christian School. → Read More