Visitation for a former Alachua County sheriff will be held Wednesday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Williams Thomas West funeral home.
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The Black Student Union will kick off its celebration of Black History Month tonight with its annual opening ceremony.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas will be speaking about immigration legislation 6 p.m Monday at the Bob Graham Center for Public Service in Pugh Hall.
Doctors at Shands at UF are able to perform a new technique to replace heart valves that may keep more patients alive.
Earpiece transmitters that would allow supervisors to give feedback to UF students teaching in classrooms could soon be a reality for UF ProTeach students.
About 30 Gainesville residents gathered at the Thomas Center on Thursday to observe Arbor Day, a holiday that promotes planting and caring for trees.
It all happened in 15 minutes. At 8:45 p.m., the Penn State student news website Onward State said Joe Paterno died. CBSSports.com picked up the story next, prompting other news outlets to follow. But they got it wrong. It was Paterno's son who made the call to CNN stating Joe Paterno was in critical condition, not dead.
Long before there were occupiers and tea partiers, there was Margaret Block and a generation that organized the mid-century civil rights movement.
In 1992, prosecutor Frank Williams sentenced a man to death for raping a young girl.
A Lake Butler man was arrested early Monday morning after deputies say he pointed a gun at his pregnant employer before shooting himself in the leg.
Expectant mothers might want to think twice before taking a prescription drug, a new report indicates.
A group of ninth-grade students proved Wednesday they have at least one thing in common with the Regional Transit System and wildlife conservationists - they know how to use GPS technology.
Twelve community and student organizations gathered on the Reitz Union North Lawn on Wednesday afternoon to network for the Disability Awareness Fair.
In response to the eviction of Occupy Wall Street protesters from Zuccotti Park in New York on Tuesday, the American Dream Movement is hosting a We Are The 99 % nationwide rally today.