Miami Bus Service will continue its shuttle service between UF and South Florida this holiday season despite scrutiny after one of the company’s buses crashed in Miami, killing two people.
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The downtown ice rink, scheduled to open Monday, has been delayed until Midwest Display Inc. gets the rink set up.
A commuter bus service popular among UF students is responsible for a fatal bus crash in Miami that killed two elderly Jehovah’s Witnesses and injured several others.
The plans to open an ice rink downtown have been delayed again. But the city hopes to appease any frustrated patrons by offering some holiday fun for free.
Three people have come down with the West Nile virus in Alachua County.
Gators who want to see today’s Homecoming Parade should plan ahead if they rely on city buses to get to campus.
Vice President Joe Biden stepped onto the stage, sunglasses at the ready, and flashed a smile at the crowd.
Vice President Joe Biden rallied supporters in a small park in Ocala Wednesday afternoon.
Two young people were hurt Sunday night when their car hit a tree along Northwest 13th Street.
With 12 days until her husband faces Barack Obama for the presidency, Ann Romney stopped for some Gainesville barbecue.
Some members of The Gator Nation are showing their support for President Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention, including students watching the convention on their laptops and a UF employee who is attending for the political thrill.
Katy Melchiorre knows she’s outnumbered on UF’s campus.
TAMPA — When Logan Stallings walks on Turlington Plaza and sees anti-abortion supporters’ photos of aborted fetuses, he smiles at the students with the signs.
TAMPA — On a day that broadcasters had rallied a small army of reporters in preparation for one of political broadcasting’s biggest weeks of the year, an executive forgot his toothbrush.
This Labor Day weekend, a Gainesville festival will focus on the working class.
TAMPA, Fla. — With the threat of Tropical Storm Isaac approaching Tampa, UF student activists shrugged and threw on some ponchos.
A few days before the biggest UF medical school test of the year, Ray Brown sped 550 miles to Tennessee to clear his mind.
An investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement determined that the Florida Highway Patrol should have communicated more to prevent the deadly Interstate 75 crashes that killed 11 people on Jan. 29.
Two ongoing court cases involving Gainesville residents highlight potential issues about how much information realtors should tell buyers about the Cabot/Koppers Superfund site.
With the Republican Party elections winding down, President Barack Obama is pushing forward with his re-election campaign by connecting with university and college students — the demographic largely credited for his 2008 election.