Author Archives: Christina DeVarona
Gov. Rick Scott ordered national and Florida flags to be flown at half-staff on Friday for a fallen soldier.
At age 15, Trish Ward began working at Ward’s Supermarket where she met Billy Ward and three years later married him. Trish and Billy Ward are now the third generation of the Ward family to manage Ward’s Supermarket located on 515 NW 23rd Ave. in Gainesville.
View our Storify of major Florida races from Tuesday night.
The 23rd Precinct is modifying its Election Day plans in case of rain. Voters at the precinct, which is located at 2121 SW 16 St., will be able to line up in a hallway while waiting to cast their ballots.
A recap of WUFT’s social media coverage of Biden’s speech follows. http://storify.com/wuftnews/joe-biden-visits-ocala-a-week-before-election-day#publicize
Researchers from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission believe an eye that was found last Wednesday on a south Florida beach belongs to a swordfish.
There will be a memorial service tonight at 7 p.m. for missing UF student Christian Aguilar at St. Augustine Catholic Church.
Ron Kozlowski, attorney for Pedro Bravo, said it is premature to talk about his client’s case proceedings. Bravo remains in jail without bail, charged with the murder of missing UF student Christian Aguilar.
Patrick Sessions, whose daughter disappeared in 1989, looks for closure on a day that honors the memory of missing children and seeks to educate citizens on safety awareness.
A day after a 7.6-magnitude earthquake shook the land under Costa Rica, WUFT multimedia reporter Christina DeVarona spoke with UF grad Maria Perez Ruiz, who is currently living in Costa Rica. She experienced the earthquake first-hand.