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In The News: NASA Cuts Ties With Russia, Bid to Cut Voter Rolls Takes Hit, Push For Open Records Bill, Rewrite Child Welfare Laws

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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


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Police Collecting DNA Samples in Relation to Recent Attacks

The University of Florida Police Department and the Gainesville Police Department are targeting individuals for DNA samples that vaguely fit the suspect’s description from the three attacks that occurred on or near UF’s campus.


Sept. 22, 2014: Afternoon News In 90

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


Elementary-age children attend the vigil held for their classmates Sunday night. Sarah Spirit and her six children were victims of a mass shooting last Thursday, Sept. 18.

Bell Residents Hold Vigil In Honor Of Slain Family

In the small town of Bell, family and friends gathered at a candlelight vigil to honor the lives of Sarah Spirit, 28, and her six children. Police said last Thursday, Don Spirit shot and killed his daughter and six grandchildren before turning the gun on himself.


In The News: Fla. Gov. Race Adds Libertarian Candidate, New Tolls Planned For Multiple Cities, Troubled Veteran Intrudes White House

More voters turn to first Libertarian candidate for governor – Polls show Adrian Wyllie with 5 percent of the vote, a Florida record. Though it is a small portion, Wyllie is gaining support among frustrated voters. St. Peters Blog Additional [...]


Bell, Fla., residents light candles in support of the slain family. Friends, family and members of the community stand in silence while paying respects.

Pictures: Bell Residents Hold Vigil In Memory Of Slain Family


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