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Caitlin Lawrence

Behind the scenes of college football TV coverage with CBS

Thousands and thousands of fans will pack EverBank Field eager to watch the Florida Gators take on the Georgia Bulldogs this weekend in the annual Florida-Georgia game. Thousands of other fans will click on their televisions to watch the action too. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Caitlin Lawrence went behind-the-scenes with CBS Sports before the Alabama football game …

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Florida vs. Georgia, more than just a game

While this weekend’s Florida-Georgia football game in Jacksonville gets Gator fans pumped up, it is more than a game to the city of Jacksonville. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Caitlin Lawrence spoke with First Coast News Sports Director Dan Hicken.

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Class size fines under review

The Alachua County school district is beginning to review a potential fine it faces because of class size violations. Public Schools Spokeswoman Jackie Johnson says the district knew there would be a penalty because it was unwilling to compromise education to meet the class size limits. She says the district is …

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Dance Alive going for the gold

Dance Alive National Ballet Resident Choreographer Judy Skinner with Florida's 89.1, WUFT-FM's Caitlin Lawrence (photo by Donna Green-Townsend)

Olympians and ballerinas will join together next Friday to bring art and dance to the stage. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-M’s Caitlin Lawrence spoke with the Dance Alive National Ballet’s Resident Choreographer Judy Skinner about the company’s upcoming performance and season.

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President Obama proposes wealthy Americans pay higher taxes

President Obama released a plan which could mean the rich may be paying more taxes, that’s if Congress approves his deficit reduction plan. The President proposed raising taxes on the wealthy and trimming some mandatory programs in a plan expected to reduce the national deficit by about two-trillion dollars over ten …

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Consumer confidence in Florida at near record low

A University of Florida survey shows Floridian’s consumer confidence has decreased from July to August. This month’s mark fell five-points to a near-record low of 62, only three points higher than the record low of 59 back in the summer of 2008. UF Survey Research Director, Chris McCarty, blames the drop …

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