A group of UF students are hoping to give pedestrians a new reason to stop at intersections: colorful crosswalks.
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Eight female scientists shared stories over beers at First Magnitude Brewing Company on Thursday night.
Megan MacDonald knew she wanted to be a pastry chef when, in third grade, her mom gave her an ice-cream maker for Christmas.
In his nearly eight decades of life, former Gainesville mayor Perry McGriff Jr. seemed to leave his mark wherever he went.
Of seven City Commission candidates, only one was endorsed by the African American Accountability Alliance.
In the near future, UF students may be able to take as many credit hours as they’d like without paying an additional fee.
After announcing it would close down — and later stating it wouldn’t — many members of Gainesville’s YMCA have left, one member said.
John Osbron chatted with his girlfriend and his sister Wednesday night as they waited to hear four local bands play in support of immigrants.
Five days after President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban, UF students refused to eat Tuesday, a show of solidarity with their Muslim peers.
When transportation app Uber began offering cheap rides during a taxi strike against President Donald Trump’s recent immigration ban, UF student Yousef Alghawi deleted the app from his phone.
After months of uncertainty, the North Central Florida YMCA announced Monday its doors will remain open.
About 100 students and community members joined a musical procession Sunday to celebrate the completion of a hand-written Torah.
In a theatrical performance, 14 men and a nun discussed what should happen to a woman’s body on Saturday.
For 38 years, Susan Griffin has made a living painting faces.
A Newberry city commissioner is under fire after he shared a meme on his personal Facebook page mocking the women’s marches that took place across the country Saturday.
The North Central Florida YMCA needs to raise about $350,000 in the next seven days to keep its doors open.
In Florida, tampons are considered a luxury item. A new bill in the Florida House of Representatives is trying to change that.
Severe weather hit Southeast Georgia and Northwest Florida Sunday, causing some damage and power outages in Gainesville.
This morning, Julia Sutton will slip on a red skirt speckled with white elephants to watch the inauguration of the 45th U.S. president.
The finishing touches on a meditation garden in Gainesville, fit with about 85 tons of statues, will require more time and money to complete.