After a routine check by the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office on Monday, seven stores were caught selling alcohol or tobacco to minors.
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After a woman resisted his romantic advances, a Gainesville man resorted to blackmail, posting semi-nude photos of the college student online and began threatening to share them with law schools that she considered attending, Gainesville Police said.
Under the influence of drugs, a Georgia man drove the wrong way on Interstate 75 near Gainesville on Friday, the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office said.
On the heels of a burglary spree, a Gainesville teenager was caught Friday driving one of the cars he broke into, Gainesville Police said.
A Gainesville man sexually assaulted a stranger after inviting her to a motel Saturday morning, Gainesville Police said.
After stealing street signs from a construction site, a Gainesville man led police on a 12-block scooter chase Saturday morning, Gainesville Police said.
After a night of drinking, a UF student crashed her car into a flagpole in front of UF Health Shands Hospital on Thursday, University Police said.
With 12 condoms and some marijuana in tow, a Florida man drove to Gainesville on Thursday expecting to have sex with a 14-year-old girl — but what he found was a swarm of officers, Gainesville Police said.
UF is asking students where they like to eat and hang out.
When Kevin Edwards shouted “hard work” on Saturday, about 30 children chanted back “dedication” at Fred Cone Park in east Gainesville.
Two UF coaches answered questions Tuesday night about both sports and their personal lives.
UF students can relive their middle-school music memories April 19.
A professor from the University of California Berkeley addressed students about secularism Thursday.
About 300 people shouted in English and Spanish as they marched through campus Wednesday.
UF’s Odyssey of the Mind team is preparing to compete at the World Finals in May.
Some UF students lost hot water Monday.
Despite pouring rain, hundreds showed up to learn about insects Saturday.
UF’s Board of Trustees will have three new members in June.
Daniel Foley took a cold shower at Hume Hall on Tuesday morning.
An Irish Methodist minister addressed peace after violence Tuesday.