Hurricane Season has begun and the staff at WFSU Public Media is preparing for the potential storms ahead. The Television and Radio departments join forces during storms to get critical information out to the public as fast as possible....
The Liberty Foundation had a date with Tallahassee on its tour of a B-17 Bomber and P-51 Mustang. 
On October 22, 2019, WFSU Public media held a screening of the Retro Local stories featuring some important historical issues in our local community. Afterwards a special panel discussion was held to discuss those events and the impact today. This video highlights that evening.
For Leah and Dorian Moore, life delayed their completion of their college education. But once they found each other, they started on a path to fulfill their dreams together at FAMU.
I think most of my best paddling trip memories are from moments that happened outside of the canoe or kayak. Those lunch or snack breaks on sandbars, or cooling off with a quick swim. Maybe we headed into the...
Striped skunks are nocturnal animals that sleep in dens during daylight hours. But they are omnivorous, and highly adaptable, so they live easily in places where humans have altered the landscape. So while we never see them, they are...
The song Wakulla Green is performed by Tallahassee based musicians Adrian Fogelin and Craig Reeder, performing as the group “Hot Tamale,” in the WFSU Public Media Television Studio.
WFSU talks with local musicians known as The Krickets. The band is made up of Emily Stuckey, Lauren Spring, Katrina Kolb, and Melissa Bowen. Each woman is an accomplished musician, but it wasn't until a concert benefiting The Sacred...
Mundi’s Attapulgus Adventure It’s hard to imagine the world’s largest land animal acting like a little puppy, but that's exactly how Mundi the elephant behaved when she began to settle into her new home in Attapulgus, Georgia. Flopping her ears...
Tallahassee's skateboard scene is booming with possibility for those who love to shred at the Mike Blankenship Skate Park. We talk with skateboarders Jerry Yates and Nolan Blanchard along with Phaze One owner Orlando “Orly” Vazquez.

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