By Zenitha Prince Trice Edney News Wire Tuskegee University is among the latest HBCUs to announce a significant cut in their workforce due to “right-sizing” efforts. The Alabama university recently announced its commitment to reducing its annual operating costs by $15 million to $20 million over the next
By Jim Saunders The News Service of Florida A federal appeals court has refused to block part of a class-action lawsuit that seeks to force Florida local governments to refund money to motorists who were cited for running red lights after being recorded by traffic cameras. The case includes
I am the citizen And this is my voice And I speaks from my heart And my words are true Honoring the badge And the ones in blue My words capture The essence of life And it whispers to the ones Who stands for what’s right
By Roger Caldwell When Trump tells the media and America that he is going to give a major policy speech, listeners will be more confused when he finishes. Trump is not qualified nor is he psychologically competent to exercise the duties and responsibilities of Commander-in-Chief, which requires a credible
Special to the Outlook We are asking all of the citizens of this good community to be patient and remain positive because Mayor Andrew Gillum, the city and county officials, as well as the first responders are doing their best to restore power to all neighborhoods and businesses.
Special to the Outlook For a Corvette car owner, a visit to the birthplace of every Corvette manufactured since 1981 is high on their bucket list. Seventeen “Friends with Vettes” from Tallahassee were able to scratch that off of their lists when they visited the National Corvette Museum and Plant
By Brandon Larrabee The News Service of Florida Democratic Congresswoman Corrine Brown lost her bid for re-election during the recent primaries, bringing a 24-year congressional career to an end amid a federal indictment and changes to the longtime boundaries of her district. With all precincts reporting, results showed former state
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Calling for a community effort to help senior citizens, children and sick people in the recovery from Hurricane Hermine, a group of Black ministers this past Tuesday decried criticism of Tallahassee’s mayor Andrew Gillum. Gillum has been getting some heat
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook writer No matter who was under center while the battle was underway for a starting quarterback to lead the FAMU football team, the task for the Rattlers’ offensive line was pretty straightforward. “We just have to protect,” said left tackle Timothy Jones.
By James Washington Special to the Outlook from NNPA The more I travel life looking towards the eternal and not the physical, the notion of blessings gives me pause to think just how miraculous they are. If we’re not careful, life will steal the beauty of these gifts from