Members of the Florida Board of Governors are up in arms about a proposed joint legislative resolution that would strip the board of many powers and put higher education in the hands of the Legislature.
As the Florida Legislature opened its 2008 session Tuesday, state finances were a major concern in both the Senate and House of Representatives. Republican Speaker of the House Marco Rubio said he expects to find out next week that incoming tax revenue will be $4 billion less than expected.
Though the freshly painted walls of M. K. Rawlings Elementary School weren't aglow with twinkling lights, and the newly planted trees weren't decked with ornaments, Principal Emery Bishop said Monday morning felt like "Christmas in March."
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Ricky Gaines knew his mom was in for a surprise Thursday. But the 19-year-old cancer patient didn't expect a car.
Gainesville could be Florida's new prime destination for retirees.
UF students will be piling venison, green iguana and rattlesnake onto their plates this Saturday at the 25th Annual Wild Game Dinner.
As National Eating Disorders Awareness Week comes to an end, UF's GatorWell Health Promotion Services continues to tell students about treatment available to them at the Student Health Care Center.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection joined California earlier this month in a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency to allow states to enforce their own standards for regulating greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles.
Two power outages left about 8,800 Gainesville households without power Tuesday.
City officials moved one step closer Tuesday to complying with a federal law that regulates churches in residential neighborhoods.
A city-run garage that many UF students use as a starting point for a night downtown has also been at the center of two violent outbursts in the last few months, leading some to question whether something can be done to make the garage safer.