Author Archives: Sanika Dange
A measure moving through the Florida House will allow voters to authorize counties to levy a special tax for providing more security for school. WUFT’s Sonika Dange takes a look at the bill and the perspective of some who say this move is not enough.
Duke Energy is closing its Crystal River nuclear power plant. More than 600 people may lose their jobs.
Gainesville Mayor Craig Lowe gave his state of the city address on Wednesday, focusing on job creation and other issues.
Consumer spending in Florida could set a new record high as retailers expect a busy holiday season.
Book lovers can sort through a generous sampling of more than 500,000 titles beginning this weekend when Friends of the Library kicks off its book sale. The event launches at 9.am. Saturday and runs until Wednesday at the Friends of the Library warehouse, 430-B N. Main Street.
With the November election coming up, some dissatisfied African American religious leaders have told their congregations not to vote. Others, however, draw the line there.
The Florida Highway Patrol is sending more troopers out onto the roads today as they kick off the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. The nation-wide campaign aimed at pulling impaired drivers off the road will be in effect […]
William Owens and his team of FEMA Mitigation Specialists were in Clay County Thursday, helping residents cleanup and rebuild the damage left by Tropical Storm Debby. Owens has been on the road for weeks now, visiting cities and helping residents. He […]
Another round of budget cuts is hitting the Marion County school district, and as Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Sanika Dange reports, this one could have significant effects on the county’s art and music programs.
A federal judge in Miami has declared Governor Rick Scott’s order requiring drug testing for state workers unconstitutional. The ruling now marks the second one that stands against Governor Scott’s attempt and implenting public drug tests. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Sanika […]