As schoolchildren waited for their guardians to pick them up Wednesday afternoon, a man walked past Chester Shell Elementary School carrying a rifle, a bullet and three dead squirrels.
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Portions of the Reitz Union are contaminated with asbestos — and they have been for more than a month, although UF’s spokespeople were unaware.
A Gainesville man sold 1,000 rare “Magic: The Gatherin” trading cards Tuesday after stealing them from an unlocked car parked in Stone Ridge Apartments, Gainesville Police said.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge ordered on Friday that TutoringZone permanently close and pay back at least $443,500 after defrauding lenders, the Gainesville Sun reports.
A Gainesville man is accused of shooting his 8-year-old neighbor in the leg with a BB gun Monday, Gainesville Police said.
After holding up a convenience store with a BB gun, and later winding up behind bars, a suspected thief told an arresting officer he wished he owned a real gun, Gainesville Police said.
A Gainesville woman bit two bouncers at Fat Daddy’s on Monday, Gainesville Police said.
A Gainesville man was arrested Friday after nearly shooting someone on New Year's Day, Gainesville Police said.
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A manager of Five Star Pizza was arrested Tuesday for pocketing about $11,000 in cash from the restaurant, Gainesville Police said.
Students living in Beaty West didn’t have water Wednesday after a hot water pipe leaked.
A Gainesville man was arrested Tuesday after admitting to stalking a 16-year-old for months, Gainesville Police said.
A Gainesville man nearly hit two police cars as he fled a traffic stop with a blunt in his mouth. He was found in the woods Wednesday running from police, Gainesville Police said.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott announced his goals to reduce college tuition and fees Tuesday.
In the wake of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, one in which immigration reform was a key platform pitch, Gainesville citizenship classes are expected to see a spike in enrollment.
As a new president is sworn in later this month, disgruntled Gainesville residents will make their dissatisfaction with Donald Trump known by protesting in front of City Hall.
For extra motivation on Tuesday, students wore New Year’s hats and exercised in front of a giant “2017” sign, which may have served as an incentive to keep up with pesky resolutions.
A hot-tub session turned violent Monday when one man threatened another with a shotgun, Gainesville police said.
Ila Perry chose a good spot to stop.