A Gainesville woman slapped her ex-boyfriend twice and threatened him with a knife on Tuesday night.
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It only took Steven Burkhardt one T-shirt to get the attention of the Greater Gator Beer Festival.
The U.S. Marshals Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force located and arrested a man in Lakeland on Wednesday after he failed to register as a sex offender.
Four Gainesville business owners swapped success stories Monday night, encouraging a generation of young women to follow in their footsteps.
About 200 vendors were present during this weekend’s 22nd annual Spring Garden Festival at the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens.
UF students, migrant workers and other hungry protesters lined the sidewalk around the Publix headquarters in Lakeland from March 5 to 10 to persuade Publix to sign an agreement that would give tomato pickers fair wages.
About 60 people attended the second day of the Cinema Verde Film Festival Saturday afternoon in downtown Gainesville.
Amir Hass spoke to about 250 people Monday about how Israel is discriminating against Palestinians, which she said could be the spark that spurs World War III.
CNN suspended political analyst Roland Martin on Wednesday after critics called a series of his Superbowl tweets homophobic.
College freshmen support same-sex marriage, other liberal views, University of California survey saysBy Wade Millward | Feb. 9, 2012
A recent survey found college freshmen hold more liberal political and social views.
Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park's bison are currently being removed from the prairie, but their new owner says they will not be slaughtered.
The Florida Museum of Natural History will unveil its new fossil exhibit Saturday, complete with fossils, artwork and a lab.
The Associated Press is taking the book out of stylebook and replacing it with software.
Instead of going back home at the end of the spring semester, Jenni Wu could be taking classes in the United Kingdom, Italy or Australia this summer.