Author Archives: Denise Toledo
State Sen. Jeff Clemens has filed a bill that would make voter registration at the DMV automatic.
University of Florida’s Environmental Horticulture Department Jim Barrett said people have grown to be nostalgic about poinsettias at the holidays.
Citrus County is facing a budget crisis after its utility company, Progress Energy Florida, refused to pay $16 million of the $35 million it owes in property taxes.
According to a study done by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, on a per mile basis, the death rate of drivers 85 and older is nearly triple that of drivers age 16 to 17, and it is nearly 20 times that of drivers age 50 to 59. To help seniors get around, Florida has the GrandDriver program to help promote older driver safety.
Although Florida’s votes won’t affect the outcome of the presidential election, it still has many people questioning the legitimacy of the state’s voting process.
About a month after former Republican candidate Dan Kuhn dropped out of the Marion County Sheriff’s race after a highly publicized sex scandal, his Republican replacement is getting ready to square off in the Nov. 6 election against Constitution Party candidate Bernie DeCastro.
The Gainesville Police Department said there have been no new developments in the case of the UF freshman who has been missing since Sept. 20.
The proposal would increase the existing sales tax from 6.5 to 6.75 percent
The Florida Democratic National Convention chairman will be at the convention sharing thoughts about speakers. The DNC is taking place in Charlotte, NC.
A Gainesville resident, who now lives in Louisiana, is feeling the affects of Tropical Storm Isaac.