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Eyes of a child see homelessness

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There are many discussions about the number of homeless residents in the Gainesville area. Right now, much is being expected of a one stop homeless center. In the meantime, Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Mayci McLeod reports on the life of a child, who sees what being homeless is now.

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In this 2015 photo provided by Texas A&M's Center for the Study of the First Americans, divers investigate the Page-Ladson archaeological site in Florida. Scientists say artifacts found deep underwater in a Florida sinkhole show people lived in that area some 14,500 years ago. That makes it the earliest well-documented site for human presence in the southeastern U.S., and important for understanding the settling of the Americas, experts said. (S. Joy/CSFA via AP)

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