The Gators may not have returned from Dallas with a victory, but UF students returned from Tuscaloosa this weekend as champions.
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An Idaho couple said its newly crafted coffee grinder takes your morning pick-me-up to a new level.
Voldemort couldn’t stop the rock at Reitz Union Board Entertainment's third annual Harry Potter event, this year called “A Day in Diagon Alley.”
Offering an escape from reality, Creative for Health will be hosting a series of art workshops for those affected by cancer.
While electronic dance music (EDM) continues to receive attention for its association with molly and other drugs, UF students are using EDM to save lives.
The Florida Public Interest Research Group is bringing its new health care awareness campaign to UF’s campus.
United Way, with the help of Delta Upsilon (ΔΥ), is bringing Gainesville a free block party Friday night.
After being sworn in Monday, President Barack Obama made history by becoming the first president to mention gay rights in an inaugural speech.
More than 80 people attended the 39th Annual Rose Show on Saturday afternoon at the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens.
The Eco-Health Festival, which took place at the Agape Faith Center Saturday, was aimed at educating residents about how to protect themselves from the hazardous chemicals found at the Superfund site, which have since been found outside the site itself. About 80 people attended.
At 12:30 Saturday afternoon, about 100 people gathered at Westside Park off 34th Street in an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for most cloth diapers changed at one time.
The Alachua County Sheriff’s Office Combined Communications Center announced a partnership Thursday with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Alachua County Sheriff's Office deputies showed up to a northern Gainesville house Wednesday to serve a warrant. They left with a stash of marijuana and two people in handcuffs.