Police have suspects, still looking for victim in robberyBy Kat Bein | Apr. 19, 2011
By KAT BEIN
By KAT BEIN
Today marks the end of a long 105 days of studies, lectures and deadlines, and students looking to party have plenty of options to get down.
The Alachua County Sheriff’s Office and Gainesville Police Department are investigating two separate Wendy’s burglaries from Monday morning that may be related.
April 18, 1971: About 400 students gather on the Plaza of the Americas to symbolically bury the living UF President Stephen C. O’Connell.
The Gainesville Police Department is calling on UF students to help them identify, catch and arrest a wanted man who robbed and raped a local woman Sunday.
To simply take a walk with Sean Rozycki is impossible. Instead of going for a casual stroll, you’re more likely to take a series of disjointed strides punctured with many starts and stops.
A former candidate for Gainesville mayor and City Commission was arrested Tuesday night for sexual crimes committed almost a year ago.
Former UF basketball player Dan Werner was arrested early Tuesday morning for driving under the influence.
April 12, 1965: The U.S. Department of Education awards UF a $400,000 grant to start up a proposed Graduate School and Center for International Studies. The money comes as good news for the expanding graduate program, which projects its enrollment will be at about 3,000 by 1970.
Grooveshark, the local startup music website that became one of Time Magazine’s top 50 sites of 2010, went back to its roots Saturday when it hosted its first official Battle of the Bands at the Bo Diddley Community Plaza.