University police lodged a felony complaint against a UF student Friday afternoon after a death threat forced a guest speaker to cancel his appearance on campus, police say.
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An accreditation committee cleared UF’s name after a monthslong investigation following its possible restriction of academic freedom.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic upended the communal aspects of Jewish life, Gainesville’s Jewish community was still able to celebrate the Festival of Lights in each other’s company throughout the week beginning with Nov. 28.
Robert Lightner ached to learn more about his mother’s side of the family.
Cakes dressed in a sweet cream cheese frosting will soon spark joy for Gainesville residents — Nothing Bundt Cakes is expanding its reach in north-central Florida.
Seymour, challenged by a herd of cows, hoofed his 3,000 pounds of stubbornness into the ground. But between the headbuts, he laid his head down and twisted his leg into his curled horn.
Bailey Pittman’s Ring camera captured a slender, middle-aged white man walking past Pittman’s apartment door toward the back window around 8:30 p.m. Minutes later, Henry walked past Pittman’s front door again.
Florida lawmakers to hear Texas-style heartbeat abortion law, Gainesville residents express mixed views
Texas’ abortion bill has made its way to the Florida legislature, reigniting a decades-old debate.
Dallis Brimm, 7, walked up to the tennis courts at T.B. McPherson Park, racket in hand, ready to play a round of tennis. A quiet rainfall hit the blue tennis court floor, but that didn’t stop Dallis from doing what she loves.
Two Newberry students arrested for bomb and shooting threats, Buchholz bomb threat culprit to be charged as an adult
Two Newberry High School students were arrested Thursday in connection with four bomb threats and one shooting threat at the city’s high school and middle school.
A judge ruled against Gainesville’s vaccine mandate for city employees Wednesday, but this decision may not be final.
In 2001, Rev. Debra Hepburn ran to the mental health unit at St. Luke’s University Hospital in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, immediately following the news of a plane crash. The epic scope of what happened hadn’t fully occurred to her yet.
Akeem Thompson lit up the room with his smile and hyped up crowds like no other. With his goofy persona and sick beats, Thompson brought laughter, joy and rhythm to Gainesville.
Even though a state judge upheld the legality of Alachua County Public Schools’ mask mandate last week, the Florida Department of Education kept its promise and is withholding school board members’ salaries this month.
Eight months after the initial rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, 34% of Alachua County residents remain unvaccinated.
As she sat in her classroom at Newberry Elementary School, a fifth -grade student just wanted to learn.
The Florida soccer team found its first victory in the post-Becky Burleigh era on Thursday.
Florida swimmers Caeleb Dressel and Bobby Finke returned to the United States with seven Olympic gold medals in tow — a simple accolade backed by the most seamlessly stressful moments seen in Olympic swimming history.
Caeleb Dressel capped off his legendary Olympic showing Saturday night atop the podium yet again.
Bobby Finke added to his hardware once again.