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In the News: Obama to Visit Orlando, Daytona Human-trafficking Sting, ACLU Files Same-sex Lawsuit, and Obama on Russia and Ukraine

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UF Law Professor Comments On Police Collecting DNA Samples In Relation To UF Assaults

Jon Mills, UF professor of law and an expert on privacy, comments on the rights of the men UFPD and GPD have questioned and swabbed for DNA. The individuals matched the description of the suspect believed to be responsible for at least three assaults on or near the UF campus.


Sept. 29, 2014: Afternoon News In 90

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


In The News: Searching For Volcanic Eruption Victims, Florida Teachers 8th Worst In Country, School Bomb Threats, Flood Watch In North Central Florida

Japan resumes search for victims of volcanic eruption – A volcano’s eruption in Japan is believed to have killed at least 31 people. More than 500 rescuers resumed searching for victims on Monday.  Orlando Sentinel Florida 8th worst state for [...]


Wanted Man Arrested At Red Roof Inn

Kody Carr was arrested at Red Roof Inn in Gainesville on Sunday night. The Dixie County Sheriff’s Office requested assistance from the Gainesville Police Department, which was also seeking the suspect for recent burglaries.


In The News: Facebook Releases New Ad Platform, Early-Voting Sites Increase As Hours Decrease, Florida Elderly Influential On Economy, North Port Workers Face Cheating Claims

With New Ad Platform, Facebook Opens Gates to Its Vault of User Data – Facebook released Atlas, a new ad platform, that allows marketers to access users’ information to better target ads across websites and mobile apps. Facebook will challenge Google as [...]


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