Author Archives: Lauren Rautenkranz
The Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs announces new logo, mission, vision statement and outreach campaign.
Marion County officials are meeting tonight to discuss an oak tree, dubbed the Florida Champion Tree.
Marion County students showed up for their first day of school earlier this week ready to start a new year, but some weren’t allowed into their classrooms. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Lauren Rautenkranz reports on the concern of students without proof of […]
Teachers deal with many challenges every day. The recent fiasco with the FCAT writes scores attests to that. As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Lauren Rautenkranz reports, whether it’s new curriculum or dealing with standardized tests, two teachers at different ends of […]
Teachers deal with many challenges every day. As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Lauren Rautenkranz reports, whether it’s new curriculum or dealing with standardized tests, two teachers at different ends of the experience scale in Alachua County are overcoming these obstacles.
For the first time this year, motorists are paying less at the pump than at this time last year- an average of $3.80 per gallon. AAA South Senior Motor Club Manager John Albright says this decrease will have a direct […]
With Governor Rick Scott’s $2-million veto, legal aid services all across Florida are seeing major cuts. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM Lauren Rautenkranz spoke with Three Rivers Legal Services Executive Director Allison Thompson about how low-income residents in North Florida are facing a shortage […]
The Florida Supreme Court is set to hear arguments for a case about whether the Miami-Dade County public defenders office can refuse to represent some clients in light of excessive caseloads. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Lauren Rautenkranz reports on the current […]
Santa Fe College is one of ten community colleges nationwide selected to promote civic engagement and democratic learning in its curriculum. Democracy Project Co-Director Marilyn Tubb says the college was a great choice for this group. Tubb says Santa Fe […]
The County Line fire in the Osceola National Forest is now about 25% contained, although Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Lauren Rautenkranz says the atmosphere around the fire will remain smokey for some time.