Diarrah Sadler stood on the steps of her home and listened as family and friends remembered her daughter, Diamond Ward, who turned 16 on Dec. 29 — a celebration that will be remembered as her last.
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On Saturday, Joshua Mazur will play songs for the dead.
Jesus Martinez leans on the cold metal of a pull-up bar and laughs with his 6 p.m. crossfit class.
After more than a year as dean, Laura Ann Rosenbury has changed the face of the UF Levin College of Law.
The hum of a generator isn’t loud enough to drown out the sound of snowball fights on summer days at a Save-A-Lot parking lot in Gainesville.
Bags have begun to form underneath Officer Bobby White’s eyes.
For most of Suzette Wanninkhof’s life, she rode her bicycle alongside her brother.
Editors note: This is part four of an ongoing series on sexual assault survivors. See Friday’s paper for a look into the recovery process of survivors.
“Go Gators!” is scribbled in Sharpie on individually wrapped sugar, peanut butter, M&M and chocolate chip cookies.
Three blackberries were worth 30 whips.
Judy Skinner still dreams about it.
In the forests of Florida, black bears reign supreme.