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In The News: Plaza To Undergo Redesign, One-year Anniversary Of Boston Bombing, Gainesville Firefighters Recognized Statewide, Military To Open Combat Jobs To Women

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Mar. 30, 2015: Afternoon News In 90

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In The News: Possible State Abortion Restrictions, Deadly Church Van Crash, Santa Fe College Wins Award, Prosecution Rests in Boston Bombing Trial

New restrictions on abortion could pass in Florida Legislature – The Florida Legislature is considering measures to restrict abortions, including a bill that would require a woman receive counseling before coming back later for the procedure. AP Church van crashes […]


March 30, 2015: Morning News In 90

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


In The News: Charter School Lawsuit Loses Major Plaintiff, Florida Group Advocates for Children of Illegal Immigrants, Seminole County Power Outage Affects 2,000 Residents, Local Students Qualify for International Competition

Florida Charter School Lawsuit Loses Major Plaintiff – The Florida Association of School Administrators has pulled out of a lawsuit challenging the legality of Florida’s corporate tax scholarship program. According to FASA executive director Juhon Mixon, the board dropped out […]


A group of 'dirty kids' fly a sign on the corner of SE 1st St and SE 2nd Pl while one patches up a jacket and another plays guitar on Jan. 23, 2015 in Gainesville​. Photo by Andrea Sarcos/WUFT News

‘Home-Free’ Squatters Find Community In Gainesville

An abandoned house in Gainesville became a home for a group of individuals that call themselves “dirty kids.” The dirty kids feel that they are different from homeless people.


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