Author Archives: Sanika Dange
Traffic monitoring cameras and dynamic message signs are being installed along some major streets in Ocala. The message signs will give drivers who have to get off the interstate for unusual traffic conditions information about where to go, how long the […]
The two-year anniversary of the deadly BP oil spill is approaching this week. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Sanika Dange reports on how Florida’s tourism is bouncing back.
David Gore has been on Florida’s death row for 29 years. During that time, he began correspondance with a pen pal in Las Vegas and detailed all his murders through a series of letters. Today, he will become the 73rd prisoner […]
Heavy smoke this morning throughout North Central Florida has reduced visibility on roadways and made for hazardous driving conditions. While the fire in Levy Prairie just over the Alachua-Putnam county line may bring in some smoke, Wildfire […]
With all the public has been hearing about the violence in the Middle East, sometimes the smaller issues can go unnoticed. Amnesty International is hosting an event tonight in the Rion Ballroom at the J. Wayne Reitz Union on the University […]
Tuesday night’s public forum on the proposed Adeena Springs Ranch in Matrion County is expected to draw a large crowd. As Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Sanika Dange reports, one cattle ranch owner’s request for a large sum of water is causing many residents to speak […]
The magnitude of the riots in Spain this morning took many by surprise. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Sanika Dange takes a more personal look at the riots that could end up welcoming in a new economic structure.
Today marks the fourth and final day of the National Hurricane Conference in Orlando leaving attendees with one last day for workshops and training sessions about the upcoming hurricane season. Though this year’s conference hasn’t released exact predictions about the […]
The Supreme Court stands ready to determine the fate of Obama’s Affordable Care Act. And as Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Sanika Dange reports, the debate is only just getting started.