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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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Gainesville Man Among Injured At San Fermin Festival

A Gainesville man was gored in the armpit while running with fighting bulls during the San Fermin festival, according to the Associated Press. Mike Webster, 38, an occupational therapist, was running for the 38th time in 11 years.


July 7, 2015: News in 90

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


Christiana Ramirez, a 25-year-old devotee for two months, chants during a kirtan ceremony at the Hare Krishna Temple in Alachua on Sunday, May 21. "I didn't get through the first round, and I had these tears of blissful joy coming down my face," she said. "And I cannot describe the feeling this day, it's such a strong feeling. And when you feel that, you know there is a God."

Devotees Turn To Krishna Lifestyle For Solace

Some Gainesville residents find the Hare Krishna philosophy peaceful and cathartic. Other however, remain wary of its legitimacy.


Tatum bicycles on the Hawthorne Trail with a group of 30 people from Gator Cycle and Body By Boris. Nicole Aedo / WUFT News

Former Addict Finds Purpose In Biking

Andrew Tatum battled multiple addictions with hard drugs and junk food. Now he finds peace and purpose in biking and blogging about his struggles in order to help others.


In The News: Gulf Coast Scallop Season Regulations Set, Disagreement On Santa Fe River No-Wake Rules, Carnival Granted License For Cuban Cruises, Ex-Disney Performer Died After Launching Fireworks

Gulf Coast scallop season’s here – Regulations set for the Florida Gulf Coast’s bay scallop season, which will run from June 27 to Sept. 24. The rules allow two gallons of whole bay scallops in shells or one pint of bay scallop […]


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