Take a look at the viability of solar power for the city of Tallahassee.
Explore a week-long SciGirls coding camp that empowers girls to pursue careers in STEM.
From Florida’s territorial days, to the civil rights era, this is a rich span of history.
Two sinkholes on Lake Miccosukee are exposed, a glimpse into the geology of our area.
This month, Charles Renaud takes a few laps at a track in Monticello.
Tallahassee's Devoe Moore collects Steinway Art Case Pianos to display at his museum.
Siblings Atira, Ameer, and Tony discuss how attending FAMU molded their future.
Leah and Dorian Moore talk about their journey to FAMU.
Check out WFSU’s advance screening of "Tell Them We Are Rising" at FAMU
Delve into the trend of cat cafés and how they’re rescuing stray kitties.
Chris Thompson is preserving his Muscogee heritage through the art of shell carving.
FAMU's legacy of education and one-room school houses during the era of segregation.
The World Music Trio changes up the melody of the Jewish prayer, Shalom Rav.
At Bald Point, we kayak through everything that defines Florida's Forgotten Coast.
We interview the members of the local music group, world Music Trio.
A FAMU alumnus restores the house that once belonged to FAMU football legend Jake Gaither.
Join us January 26, 2018 at FAMU for the advance screening of Tell Them We Are Rising.
Enter the competitive gaming scene of Super Smash Brothers!
Citizen scientists see what butterflies are living in various Tallahassee locations.
The song "Chain of Fools" is performed before a live studio audience at WFSU Public Media.