Officials found a gun and 2.5 pounds of marijuana in the backpacks of three Eastside High School students Tuesday.
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Two men were arrested Monday and accused of stealing chairs, signs and flags.
Editor's note: Katie Emmets spent Friday night patrolling with Gainesville Police officers to write this story.
A Gainesville man was arrested and charged with grand theft auto after being accused of driving a stolen car early Saturday.
A man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance after spitting out a small bag of crack cocaine while talking to Gainesville Police Department officers.
Despite the faltering economy, recent Gainesivlle crime statistics paint a surprisng picture.
James Schlachta said being a young Gainesville City Commission candidate is a catch-22.
A Shands at AGH clerk was arrested Monday after she was accused of slicing two people with a box cutter and trafficking prescription drugs.
A Gainesville restaurant was robbed by an armed man Monday morning.
A Gainesville convenience store employee stopped a man from stealing Sunday night by electronically locking the store doors.
Powerful music filled the air and the audience sat with awestruck expressions as the UF Symphony Orchestra performed Thursday night.
The Harn Museum of Art will be hosting an international loan exhibition featuring the kimono, Japan's national costume.
Sexy, passionate and murderous are not words typically used to describe an orchestra concert.
A UF student was arrested Tuesday after he lied to police about being robbed.
A man was arrested after he crashed his car into the side of a house Tuesday night.
The first Alachua County Government large-scale solar panel project was unveiled Tuesday.
In separate crimes, two UF students were pushed down and robbed late Friday night and early Saturday morning.
A Gaston's Tree Service employee was killed Saturday after being electrocuted while working. When the man was dumping mulch with a crane at 21812 N.W. 91st St., the crane accidentally broke a set of power lines, said Alachua County Fire Rescue spokeswoman Carol Davis.
ORLANDO - No more cuts.
University Police Department Officer Gene Rodgers saw a man in a lifted black Chevrolet truck swerve, and Rodgers flipped on his lights to reign in the driver.