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Update 8:30 p.m.: GPD has reported that Gerald Hall has been apprehended. Updates as they are available. Earlier: Update 10 a.m., June 19: GPD is now seeking another suspect in the shooting. Gerald Hall, 43, is wanted for questioning for […]
A well-known Alachua County accountant has been charged with three counts of human trafficking for keeping women in captivity, offering drugs in exchange for sex and house cleaning.
Seniors vs. Crime is now looking into taxes on gas and water surcharges collected by Gainesville Regional Utilities. The group was previously only investigating a complaint about a tax on electric customer charges collected by GRU.
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The City Attorney and attorney representing Gainesville Regional Utilities have concluded the tax on the electric customer charge is justified.
The new Fisher House in Gainesville will allow families of veterans undergoing treatment at the Malcom Randall VA Medical Center a place of comfort during treatment.
A program of the state attorney general’s office is investigating whether GRU, the city and the county may be inappropriately taxing a portion of utility bills each month, upwards of $2.7 million in taxes over the last three years.
Former prostitute and crack addict Jennifer Smith is using the lessons of her past to change lives today as the women’s director of the House of Hope. The Gainesville halfway house has outgrown its current location under Smith’s guidance.
UF graduates turn out for celebratory photos come rain or shine at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Thursday.
Florida may soon offer undocumented students in-state tuition at public colleges and universities, joining the ranks of 20 other states with similar tuition equity laws and policies.
Chicken coop and hen sales are on the rise in Gaineville and Alachua County.
Because of flooding on 150 acres of Micanopy land, the Horse Protection Association of Florida is in need of dry land for its rescues. A suitable area was found for 23 of the horses, but HPAF’s Morgan Silver worries about organizing the funds to continue paying rent.
Though “Satch” is affectionately known around Gainesville for his pizza restaurant, his true passion lies in his art.
Finalists for the Alachua County Schools superintendent position to meet with public in May.
Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency for 26 counties, including Alachua County Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service has issued flood or flash flood warnings in several counties throughout North Central Florida.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are heading in a more public direction. University of Florida researchers have been exploring new ways of using this once largely private technology.
Elise Giordano / WUFT News Sheila Bryant, left, and Billie Jean Curtis, right, stand on the grounds of Curtis Recycling in Hampton in November. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s Jacksonville office is conducting a criminal investigation on the city […]
Ocala-based scientist plans to begin government-funded simulation in June. The simulation will examine the trust humans have in robots.
An Ocala man was arrested Sunday after attempting to flee his home, where police found his dog and evidence of animal abuse.
Students would have to bus an extra 14 miles should Westside Elementary close.
Deputies say they found methamphetamine and chemicals used to produce the highly addictive drug.