Author Archives: Phillip Marks
The Partners in Adolescent Life Support program, or PALS, is hosting a talent show for students in Alachua County next Saturday, May 7th. Several celebrities will be at Buchholz High School to judge the competition. The talent show is meant […]
Today, the crew of the space shuttle Endeavor arrived at Kennedy Space Center to begin preparations for the launch on Friday. This will be the shuttle Endeavor’s final launch, and the second to last NASA shuttle launch. The Commander of […]
More is becoming known about an incident involving University of Florida athletes and a team manager. Two men’s basketball players were caught trying to break into a car outside of a bar while the team manager was on the lookout. […]
With the economy in shambles and Florida’s budget in a massive deficit, everyone is trying to save money any way they can. But with recent legislative bills making life more expensive for state employees, many of them took to the […]
With the United States entering into another conflict, students in Alachua County are getting a chance to express themselves on the situation. However they aren’t talking about war, they are talking about peace. The second annual Peace Poetry Contest entry […]
Progress Energy is delaying the re-opening of their Crystal River nuclear power plant after discovering a weakness in one of the containment walls on Tuesday. WUFT-FM’s Phillip Marks has more.
Spring Break is in full swing for University of Florida students. For most it means fun in the sun. But as WUFT-FM’s Phillip Marks reports, there are also many dangers during this week of fun.
Thousands of people carrying American flags lined U.S. Highway 41 in Hernando County on Thursday afternoon. As Phillips Marks reports, they were there to show their respect for Corporal Johnathan Taylor who was killed February 22nd in Afghanistan.
A 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit the New Zealand city of Christchurch, leaving 76 dead, and more than 200 missing. WUFT’s Phillip Marks sat down with Ray Russo, Associate Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Florida, […]
An historic tourist attraction in North Central Florida could be in for some changes. The Marion County Commission is considering taking over the operations of the Silver Springs attraction.