A Kangaroo gas station clerk ran out of luck Monday when he was arrested for stealing about $1,364 worth of winnings from lottery tickets, Alachua Police said.
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David Arreola wants to represent immigrants in Gainesville.
Caroline Celeste Alfano felt free.
Two UF students were killed in a four-vehicle accident Sunday in Okeechobee, Florida, after leaving the Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival on Sunday, Florida Highway Patrol said.
Following weeks of protest outside U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho’s Gainesville office, hundreds gathered at his town hall meeting Saturday, the crowd flowing into the driveway of Countryside Baptist Church.
While many students leave Gainesville for Spring Break, UF student Stephanie Bittner will be spending much of her time with a 7-month-old kitten named Nala.
A Gainesville man was caught stealing from a truck after he stole from a Gainesville Police patrol car Thursday, Alachua County Sheriff’s Office said.
A former Macy’s employee was arrested Wednesday with the personal information, such as social security numbers and dates of birth, of 61 people, authorities said.
A 3-year-old with nothing but a dirty diaper on was found wandering on Northwest 39th Avenue Tuesday after his caretaker fell asleep, Gainesville Police said.
As construction workers labor to rebuild his home — and donations flood in — Henry the rhino looks on, fortunate to have escaped a roaring fire without a scratch.
A routine traffic stop Monday evening turned into a tense stand-off, Gainesville Police said.
Police found a Gainesville man in a tree Monday.
A day after his wife’s burned body was found inside their mobile home, a man was found dead in his car Tuesday, an apparent gunshot wound through his head.
When A. Quinn Jones Sr. moved into his Gainesville home in 1925, the U.S. was still 29 years away from the birth of the civil rights movement.
Craig Carter is afraid of needles.
The Citrus County Sheriff’s Office on Monday identified the man who was shot and killed by deputies after allegedly firing a rifle at the Sabal Trail Transmission pipeline and leading a car chase.
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A bill introduced by Florida Sen. Keith Perry on Tuesday proposes a new check on federal courts.
Noah Barnes was excited to try on a new pair of black combat boots.
Despite what some wish to think, it is possible to believe in both science and religion.