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Pedro Bravo listens as the prosecution gives opening statements in his murder trial in courtroom 1B of the Alachua County Criminal Justice Center Tuesday, August 5, 2014.  (Doug Finger/The Gainesville Sun/Pool)

Live Stream From Pedro Bravo Trial


Alachua County Sheriff’s Office To Supervise Waldo After Ticketing Charges

A plan, under development, would allow the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office to supervise Waldo police operations after allegations that the former chief and interim chief established illegal ticketing quotas.


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Risque Photo of University of Florida Sorority Makes Rounds on Twitter

A risqué picture attributed as picturing some members of the University of Florida Alpha Omicron Pi sorority surfaced on Twitter this week. UF officials have not confirmed the image pictures members of the sorority, but they believe it does.


University of Florida President Delivers State of the University Address

University of Florida President Bernie Machen delivered the State of the University address earlier today, highlighting some of 2013-2014 accomplishments and listing some of the university’s goals for the upcoming year.


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Sketch Released of Suspected Villages Bank Robber

Marion County Sheriff’s Office has released a first sketch of a man suspected of robbing Citizens First Bank in The Villages on Aug. 13.


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Former Waldo Police Chief Accused of Unlawful Ticket Quota

Former Waldo Police Chief Mike Szabo and current Cpl. Kenneth Smith have been accused of misrepresentation, fraud and enforcing unlawful ticketing quotas among other allegations made by current Waldo police officers.


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