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In The News: Gainesville Police Search For Urinator, N.J. Teen Drops Lawsuit Against Parents, Fla. Retiree Receives Medal Of Honor, Fast Food Fight Ends In Flames

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Nov. 24, 2014: Morning News In 90

A video roundup of local, state and national stories for readers in North Central Florida.


In The News: US Defense Secretary Steps Down, Orange County Pot House Busted, Netflix Aims To Surpass Networks, Tourists Hunt Florida Turkeys

Hagel Said to Be Stepping Down as Defense Chief Under Pressure – Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is stepping down after President Obama asked him to Friday. Officials say Hagel, the only Republican on the national security team, was removed because [...]


Florida receiver Michael McNeely scores a TD late in the fourth quarters after catching a 28-yard pass from Driskel.

Muschamp Gets Win In Last Game At The Swamp

After four seasons as the head coach for the Florida Gators, Will Muschamp wins his last game in the Swamp, beating Eastern Kentucky 52-2.


Cars travel through the two-lane trial section of NW 8th Avenue just east of NW 34th Street in Gainesville on November 21st. The blacked-out lines from the previous setup are still visible.

Community Members Urge City to Keep NW 8th Ave. Two Lanes

University Park Neighborhood residents and other community members are urging the Gainesville City Commission to keep 8th Avenue as a two-lane road for safety reasons.


Immigration

Local Immigrant Family Reacts To Obama’s Executive Order

Local undocumented immigrants Luis and Patricia Soto are hoping to take their family on a vacation for the first time since their parents brought them to the U.S. as children now that President Obama’s executive order will allow them both to have temporary legal status.


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