Ralph and Gail Roland share their 2,400-square-foot house in Melrose with 29 dogs. They adopt the seniors that shelters and owners can't keep. The Roland Senior Dog Rescue Gang is a registered nonprofit as of July, but the Rolands do most of the work on their own.
A team of UF environmental engineering students is using the power of pee to save the planet.
The end of the road is near for Northwest 16th Avenue lane closures.
Brett Lackey will don a wetsuit, fins, an air tank and a dive mask to hunt for Easter eggs this weekend.
Tessa Arthur is a butch lesbian. She says so herself, and so does the backward baseball cap she wears with the words “bad butch” printed on it.
President Barack Obama strolled past UF student Kiona Elliott in the White House courtyard.
The world’s population is expected to reach 9 billion by 2050, and the UF community is gathering on campus today to save it.
On Saturday, about 250 people gathered at the Whitehurst Lodge in Archer to feast on deer, elk, crickets and a variety of other wild beasts. The dinner is an annual fundraiser for the UF Wildlife Society.