Author Archives: Andrea Gazmuri
We’ve all heard the saying, “you can do anything if you put your mind to it.” As WUFT’s Andrea Gazmuri reports, a paralyzed Florida woman proves just that.
The University of Florida football team is facing its first big challenge of the season. As WUFT’s Andrea Gazmuri reports, the Gators are competing against each other for a good cause.
CPR can mean the difference between someone living or dying. As WUFT’s Andrea Gazmuri reports, Marion County Fire Rescue personnel are making it their mission to train residents in this life saving procedure.
In the immediate aftermath of the 7-point-magnitude earthquake that destroyed Haiti, the world united to send an outpouring of support and supplies to help save the island and its people. But six months later, the disaster may not be on […]
For most people Christmas comes around once a year. But for some it’s a year-round job. As WUFT’s Andrea Gazmuri reports, Santas from all around Florida will be paying a visit to Tarpon Springs this July.
The commute from Gainesville to South Florida no longer has to take six hours. WUFT-FM’s Andrea Gazmuri reports how American Airlines and Gainesville Regional Airport gave details at a press conference today to say how they are coming together to […]
Experts are predicting a significant Atlantic hurricane season this year. WUFT’S Andrea Gazmuri tells how a California-based charity is sending assistance before the storms even hit.
Florida Writers Take A Stand On Oil Spill With New Book, "UnspOILed: Writers Speak For Florida’s Coast"
When Florida lobbyists and lawmakers pushed to eliminate the long-standing ban protecting the Gulf of Mexico against oil drilling last Fall, a group of Florida writers decided to make their voices heard. Susan Cerulean along with other Florida writers got […]
The Hipppodrome State Theatre in Gainesville is bringing back the “laugh out loud, critically acclaimed” comedic masterpiece Shear Madness to the stage for an extended summer run. As WUFT-FM’s Andrea Gazmuri reports, the play is back by popular demand after […]
Alachua County residents lined 39th avenue to welcome home Marine, Lance Corporal Phillip Paul Clark on Thursday (May 27th). The motorcade started in Jacksonville and ended up at Williams Thomas Funeral Home in Jonesville. WUFT’s Andrea Gazmuri talked with some […]