A car accident on Interstate 75 left one Gainesville man dead and two people injured.
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UF students who missed the June 7 deadline for this year’s football ticket lottery will have another chance to register.
Slow Internet could be a thing of the past for Gainesville residents living or working in the Innovation District east of campus.
Changes to city and campus bus routes are coming this fall, and they could include route extensions and shorter bus hours.
The blood of a firefighter runs rampant in Dave Miller’s veins.
A new sales tax referendum is creating a rift between the city and county commissions.
A late-night apartment visit Monday night landed one UF staff member in jail.
With budget cuts threatening art and music programs across Florida public schools and universities, one Altamonte Springs parent ran 100 miles to support the arts.
A routine traffic stop by the Gainesville Police Department led to the arrest of a FAMU student who had 1.5 pounds of marijuana in his car.
A private supply rocket bound for the International Space Station could usher in a new age in space travel.
Gainesville residents might soon be able to buy food from their favorite mobile vendors by the light of day.
When a Gainesville contracting crew arrived to work on a house Thursday morning, they did not expect to find two men asleep inside.
The Gainesville City Commission’s stance against the sale of candy-flavored tobacco products will officially go on the record with the passing of a new resolution Thursday.
Home is where the heart is, but for Jennifer Smith, it’s a place where she can fix the broken.
Love is in the air, and it has wings.
The Gainesville City Commission approved a possible new design for the Gainesville Police Department Headquarters and Physical Training Facility during a meeting Thursday.
Students will soon be able to check out Gainesville bars and clubs without leaving their apartments with an extension of an app made for barhopping.
When reserving an outside table for two in Gainesville, your plus one could be your dog.
The Gainesville area now has the second-lowest unemployment rate in Florida — a welcome statistic to students who will soon be looking for jobs.
Kelsang Chokyan, draped in yellow and red robes, closed his eyes and guided his four-person class through a journey of healing through meditation.