By St. Clair MurraineOutlook staff writer When FAMU resumes playing football next spring for its final season in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, the Rattlers will have a new offensive line coach. Coach Willie Simmons reached for the top shelf when he decided to hire Chris Klenakis, who not too long
By Chuck WalshSeminoles.com SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Coach Mike Norvell didn’t have to search hard for reasons why the Florida State football team fell to Notre Dame. He wasn’t making an excuse, though. “We struggled to stop the running game,” Norvell said. “We failed to convert on third downs offensively.
TCC Sports Information The Tallahassee Community College men’s cross country team snagged a piece of school history last week, earning a No. 18 ranking in the NJCAA Division II poll, released by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). This marks the Eagles’ first national
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer During a recent walk down Dunn Streets, nestled in the heart of Frenchtown, Sabrita Thurman-Newby told the back story to almost every house she passed by. She pointed to where her realtor has a home. One building at the head of the street
By St. Clair MurraineOutlook staff writer Not quite sure which of the many resource agencies for the homeless in Tallahassee that the National Association of Health Services Executives should help in coping with the coronavirus pandemic, two FAMU professors were called to help. Marisa A. Lewis, an associate professor in
By St. Clair MurraineOutlook staff writer When Gerald Jones became the dean of student services at Tallahassee Community College, he inherited plans for setting up a food pantry to feed students who faced food insecurity. A $10,000 donation from Wal-Mart helped to turn the idea into reality as Talon’s Market.
Special to the Outlook QUINCY — A Quincy jury returned a record $411,726,608 million verdict last Friday night in favor of a local veteran who was paralyzed in a 45-vehicle interstate pileup. He was represented by nationally renowned civil rights and personal injury attorney Ben Crump and co-counsel Robert Cox.
By Andrew SkerrittFAMU office of Communications A mid-week ceremony that marked the official opening of the FAMU Towers didn’t have a huge crowd, but it was a significant milestone for the newly opened 700-residence hall Wednesday. FAMU President Larry Robinson and senior administration officials were among those who participated in
By Aliyah Thompson TriceEdneyWire.com After 194 days since the death of 26-year-old emergency room technician Breonna Taylor, her family and Black Lives Matter protesters demanding justice were met with a response from the Kentucky grand jury. Brett Hankison, one of the three police officers involved in Taylor’s death, was indicted with
By JayJuan JonesTriceEdneyWire.com The Trump administration has been ordered to continue the 2020 Census count through October. The administration previously planned to end the count earlier than scheduled due to cited concerns about COVID-19 delays. However, last Thursday a federal judge in California ruled that the administration’s revised plan would