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Nine counties in North Central Florida have announced school closures on Thursday.
Alachua County’s Wage Theft Protection Ordinance, which was passed in April with a 3 to 2 vote, went into effect Jan. 1. Unpaid and underpaid employees who have sought to resolve issues with their employers can file an official complaint.
As temperatures continue to fall, preparations are being made by North Florida counties from homeless shelters expanding accommodations to the closing of schools in Columbia County on Tuesday.
Director of International Sales Eddy Vasquez was shot around 4 a.m. near a Publix on Third Street South.
An assistant attorney for the city of Gainesville was arrested on charges of burglary of an occupied residence, resisting officers and obstruction without violence, and a third charge of loitering, according to police reports.
After several years of no pay raises, University of Florida President Bernie Machen formally announced Monday increases for faculty and staff.
Tropical Storm Andrea made landfall in Florida late Thursday afternoon in the Big Bend region. WUFT provided updates throughout Thursday and Friday to this liveblog.
A crime alert was distributed Friday afternoon to the Gainesville and University of Florida community alerting residents to an active investigation of two armed robberies.
From giant snails to lionfish, Florida has become home to a variety of invasive species in recent years.
The AVID program aids struggling students its second year at Bronson Middle/High School.