Surrounded by plastic pumpkins spewing dry-ice smoke, graduate students from UF's chemistry department educated children about science Saturday by making slime, forming "spider webs" and crushing soda cans.
Bats were recast from scary creatures to ecological superheroes Saturday at the Third Annual Florida Lubee Bat Festival.
UF and Shands HealthCare officials apologized Thursday to the family of a 3-year-old patient who died at Shands at UF from an overdose of an injected chemical earlier this month.
By the light of the moon, ghosts from the 1870s will walk the earth again, telling stories about 19th-century life at the fourth annual Ghost Walk.
Five federal agents confiscated hundreds of items considered to be drug paraphernalia from Modern Age Tobacco & Gift Shop on Thursday afternoon, a federal official said.
Sonya Robbins picked up a 5-pound pumpkin off the table at a pumpkin stand in Gainesville, examining it in her left hand and its price tag in her right, flipping the tag over as if looking for a magic number to appear.
After two days of commission meetings, protests and deliberation, the City Commission did not reach a decision by press time Tuesday night on whether to approve the creation of Hatchet Creek Development. The meeting started at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
With pastel poodles and a "Globe of Death" in tow, Cole Bros. Circus will move its Big Top into Gainesville on Wednesday.
Andrea Booher owns a phone book, but she never uses it.
A patriotically painted bus transformed into a teaching vessel for voters educated passersby Monday about a political education project.