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File sharers beware: A new program launched Monday is set to offer some visible consequences for illegally downloading music, films and TV shows online.
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A helicopter streaked through the Friday morning sky, dropping tiny spheres that ignited dry brush and sent plumes of smoke into the air.
Tim Tebow announced Thursday he will cancel his appearance at a Texas church this spring.
The Burmese python population in the Everglades is now a bit smaller — 68 pythons smaller, to be exact.
Thousands of attendees at Auto-Plus Raceway’s second annual “Will Race for Food” event this weekend helped raise about 3,600 pounds of food for needy families.
A sobering new study shows mixing diet soda with alcohol can lead to getting more drunk than when using regular soda.
The Rev. Les Singleton held a disassembled hamburger and pointed at its single, tiny tomato slice.
Gainesville residents may be breaking a sweat as Valentine’s Day approaches, but local florists’, bakers’ and chocolatiers’ hearts are skipping a beat in preparation for the big day.
After serving about eight years as the leader of the Catholic world, Pope Benedict XVI announced Monday that he will resign from his papacy.
The Alachua County Animal Services wanted its furry friends to find love in time for Valentine’s Day.
The U.S. Postal Service announced plans Wednesday to change its delivery system. It will no longer offer first-class mail deliveries on Saturdays.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission plans to save about two dozen native species, and it is asking the public for input.
The future is bright for the UF Solar Gators — if it can pay its power bill.
Local residents have a new area to explore after a nature preserve south of Gainesville opened Saturday morning.
Gov. Rick Scott announced Tuesday that 11 state colleges have accepted a four-year, $10,000 tuition plan, which brings the total to 23 schools.
The general public can now hunt in certain conservation areas under a decision made by the Alachua County commissioners in a meeting Tuesday.
The only independent grocery store in Gainesville, Ward's is a mecca for all the local and organic goodies this community has to offer. It's been in business for over 60 years and have become a fixture in the community due to their dedication to quality products and services.
If you don’t have a chance to watch this video, it’s a parody of the original Star Wars movie ("Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back") using various grocery products as characters from the film. The amount of puns used in just five minutes is just astronomical! Instead of the original conflict between the rebels and the empire, it portrays a conflict between organic and non-organic food – “the dark side of the farm”. In a relevant way, this video discusses the shortcomings and problems with non-organic produce. They encourage consumers to join the “organic rebellion” to “expose the dark side’s technological short cuts and their true costs.” By choosing organic produce, consumers know where there food comes from, and avoid harmful pesticide and chemical traces that may be left in their produce. This clever production is a great introduction to why organic is a good idea, without being too technical.