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We’ve all enjoyed s’mores and drinks around a fire, but until now, the dessert and the beverage have stood alone.
Gainesville resident Drew Drechsel will be sitting in Mother’s Pub and Grill today, watching himself on G4’s premiere of “Jump City: Seattle.”
President Obama unveiled a $3.7 trillion budget proposal Sunday at a science, technology, engineering and mathematics-focused middle school.
After 18 days of shouting, Egyptians could finally cheer Friday as President Hosni Mubarak transferred power to the military, ending his nearly 30-year reign.
Florida Senate President Mike Haridopolos can’t foresee all the twists that the state legislative session will take this year.
At least three Florida representatives have filed for distracted driving legislation to be considered in the 2011 legislative session. If passed, most of these new bills would impose a fine for drivers who are caught texting behind the wheel.
For those who are stumped on what to give their significant other for Valentine’s Day, the UF Gators for Wish Kids club has a solution.
If you think eliminating a state budget deficit is easy, the Bob Graham Center for Public Service wants you to try it for yourself.
The economy has been said to kill businesses, but it may also be shrinking the number of Florida shark attacks.
Mike Antheil has three goals in mind when he comes to Gainesville: solar panels on every rooftop, biomass energy from every farm and renewable energy on every property.
Taking practice tests is more beneficial than drawing diagrams and late-night cram sessions, according to a new study.
When Sandra Russo left her hotel in Egypt in the early hours of Jan. 26 for her flight, she couldn’t help but hear the sounds of laughter and upbeat music coming across the way. Unbeknownst to them, Egypt was erupting.
February 3, 1964: Three UF faculty members are among 10 people killed when a twin-engine aircraft crashes immediately following takeoff at Gainesville Municipal Airport. South Central Airlines Flight 510, departing for Jacksonville, loses power in its left engine and falls about 75 feet to the runway. William G. Cowperthwaite, James W. Willingham and David V. Legate are on board.
Floridians’ consumer confidence appears to be on the rise, but don’t make plans to cash in on the improving economy just yet.
Walmart is taking measures to make a healthier lifestyle more available to its customers.
An estimate of Florida’s population conducted by a UF research center was accurate within two tenths of a percent in comparison with the actual U.S. Census Bureau’s counts released for 2010.
As President Obama presents his State of the Union Address today, UF student Dave Schneider wonders whether the speech will really matter.