Emma Wheeler, WCTV Eyewitness News

Emma Wheeler

WCTV Eyewitness News

Tallahassee, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Emma:

COVID hospitalizations continue to decline at Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare

October welcomed a dramatic decrease in both COVID deaths and hospitalizations. → Read More

FAMU launches new small business assistance program

A boost for small businesses is coming in the Capital City. FAMU is launching a new program to help women and minority entrepreneurs step out on the right path. → Read More

Tallahassee residents ‘make strides’ for cancer research

The annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk drew thousands of participants to Cascades Park on Sunday. → Read More

Cabos closing its doors this month

Cabos Island Grill and Bar will serve its guests for the last time on Saturday, October 23. → Read More

‘We’re having far too many shootings’: Tallahassee Police investigating three weekend shootings

Holmes says much of the gun violence taking place in Tallahassee involves young men between the ages of 15 and 21 years old. → Read More

Leon County Schools helps students bridge the ‘homework gap’

The Foundation for Leon County Schools is working to fill the “homework gap,” providing a new academic coach to help kids and their families with digital learning. → Read More

Leon County Schools, deputies meet to discuss safety measures after string of guns found on campus

On Monday, Leon County Schools with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office to talk about solutions. → Read More

Red tide reported in Franklin County

The Florida Climate Center is reporting “red tide” has reached the coastal waters of Franklin County. → Read More

Cancer survivor encourages others to get annual exam

One of the many setbacks brought on by this pandemic has been a decrease in availability for regular appointments and annual exams. → Read More

Tallahassee COVID hospitalizations on the decline

Hospitals across the Big Bend and south Georgia are seeing COVID-19 hospitalizations beginning to drop. → Read More

Tallahassee teacher makes first appearance following arrest on child porn charges, fired from school

Former Trinity Catholic School teacher Mark Clow made his first appearance in court on Thursday and has been on placed on supervised pre-trial release. → Read More

Leon County law enforcement agencies unveil purple decals for domestic violence awareness

Signs of purple painted on vehicles: Local law enforcement are hoping to unite forces to end domestic violence. → Read More

‘It’s ever changing’: Leon County Schools unveils new round of COVID guidelines to fall within new state rules

Masks are on in Leon County classrooms: The district announced Monday that mask requirements will remain in effect, at least through the end of next month. → Read More

Leon County bids for cross country world championships

Championships coming to the Capital City are putting Tallahassee in the spotlight for hosting major sporting events. → Read More

Leon County students send hundreds of thank you letters to frontline health care workers

Frontline health care workers at Capital Medical Center and Tallahassee Memorial received hundreds of thank you letters made by Leon County Students Tuesday night. → Read More

Tallahassee physical therapy clinic seeing patients trying to work past long-haul COVID-19

According to the CDC, one-third of COVID patients could be dealing with long-term effects, including fatigue, shortness of breath and joint pain. → Read More

The Apalachee Center, FSU partner to provide necessary mental health care

The FSU Behavioral Health at Apalachee Center clinic is the first of its kind in the state and helps provide mental health services to anyone in the community. → Read More

Florida pediatricians welcome news that COVID-19 vaccine could be approved for children by next month

Approval of the COVID-19 vaccine for children age five to 11 could happen as early as next month, according to former FDA commissioner and Pfizer board member Dr. Scott Gotlieb. → Read More

Denise Williams sentenced to 30 years in prison for conspiracy in husband’s death

This sentencing hearing came after the First District Court of Appeals decided in Nov. 2020 to overturn her murder conviction in the case. → Read More

TMH sees 19 COVID deaths so far in September, hospitalizations trending downward

The hospital reported 77 COVID-19 related deaths in August 2021 alone, by far the single-month record for TMH throughout the pandemic. → Read More