Author Archives: Natalie Beigel
Santa Fe College is celebrating its fourth annual planetarium awareness week. Florida 89.1 WUFT FM’s Natalie Beigel tells us more.
Six people are under arrest, charged with the horrific murder of a 15-year-old Marion County boy. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT FM’s Natalie Beigel tells us more about the case.
Downtown Ocala’s Marion Theatre is staying open after the city’s council signed an agreement with Eastwynn Theaters Incorporated. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT FM’s Natalie Beigel tells us more about the outcome of the city council’s Tuesday deal.
In the Gainesville City Commission District two runoff last night voters elected Todd Chase over incumbent Lauren Poe. WUFT FM’s Natalie Beigel reports on Chase and Poe’s thoughts on the election.
Voters going to the polls for the District 3 Gainesville City Commission runoff last night elected Susan Bottcher over Rob Zeller. WUFT FM’s Natalie Beigel talked with both candidates to get some insight on the voter turn out from both […]
Although a government shutdown may prevent North Central Florida from visiting National Parks, there are many events going on in Gainesville this weekend to fill the void. Activities include everything from a healthy horses conference at UF’s large animal hospital […]
Alachua County Commissioners and Alachua County Sheriff, Sadie Darnell met last night to discuss next year’s budget and the pending budget appeal she plans on taking to Tallahassee. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT FM’s Natalie Beigel reports on the outcome of the […]
The U-S Fish and Wildlife Services staff has counted more than 120 manatees heading south to the Homosassa River last week. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT FM’s Natalie Beigel has more on manatee migration and boater safety.
This weekend begins the 5th annual Melrose Spring Art Festival. This open air arts event brings in over 60 artists from around the state to participate in a paint out and sell their work. The festival celebrates Melrose’s culture with […]
As the rest of the world waits to see if Japan can avoid a nuclear catastrophe, University of Florida Graduate assistant Taketo Nakao waits for his next phone call from his family in Japan. Nakao shares his experience with Florida’s […]