A UF student alleges that a case she and her parents were involved in was mishandled, and she’s turned to YouTube to tell her story.
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The Wednesday release of The New York Times’ story about a flawed investigation into Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston’s rape allegations is reverberating in Gainesville.
Paging all book lovers: The Friends of the Library Book Sale is this weekend.
Today, residents will cast their votes to choose between the two top-rated candidates for a City Commission seat.
Despite news reports about his attempts to scrub his online record, Jake Rush’s campaign maintains he did nothing wrong.
Jake Rush said he did not write violent, sexual comments as Chazz Darling.
Jake Rush is running for U.S. Congress. He’s a lawyer. And, sometimes, when he’s not working, he’s also Lord Staas van der Winst.
Skulls seem to be in vogue at the C.A. Pound Human Identification Laboratory.
As negotiations between Citizens Co-op management and workers who want to unionize continue, a licensed mediator was called in Thursday afternoon to help both sides cooperate.
College is a time when you won’t be judged for not having your life in order, which means you repeatedly find yourself doing routine things like, oh you know, just grocery shopping at 2 a.m. Thankfully, Gainesville has several 24-hour joints where you can pick up those necessary items like frozen pizza and Eggo waffles (See: Sweetbay, Wal-Mart).
The air smelled like sunscreen, burning rubber and hot asphalt. Billows of blue-tinted smoke drifted over the vibrating bleachers as a pair of dragsters rocketed down the quarter-mile track.
Residents will be casting their votes today to decide who will fill three commission seats in the Gainesville city elections.
Craig Carter wants to get down to business. That’s one of the reasons he’s running in Tuesday’s election for Gainesville City Commission District 3.
Mark Venzke has turned his energy to utilities reform.
After investigators closed the dig site where they’d hoped to find the body of missing UF student Tiffany Sessions, the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to collect tips for further investigation.
Today is the last day to register to vote in the March 11 City of Gainesville elections.
Taco-themed nicknames will not appear on the Spring Student Government ballot, and the Taco Libre Party that slated candidates with the names will get a public warning for trying.
Pedro Bravo’s trial, which has been delayed multiple times, has finally gained some certainty.
For the first time in recent years, not all UF Student Government political parties are running an executive ticket.
A Gainesville man was arrested Sunday night after police say he threatened a neighbor with a golf club.