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In The News: Senate Blocks NSA Extension, Central Florida Violence Increases, Memorial Day Is Important, Rubio Proposes Tax Plan, Record Flooding In Midwest

Senate Blocks Measures To Extend NSA – Members of the Senate blocked multiple attempts to extend the Patriot Act on Saturday. The Senate blocked two separate measures regarding holding data and extending the law. CNN FDLE Uniform Crime Reports In […]


The Alachua County Sheriffs's Office Lenco BearCat Armored Personnel Carrier.

Sheriff’s Deputies Reprimanded After April Traffic Stop

Two Alachua County law enforcement officers were reprimanded after using an armored vehicle to pull a man over. Lucas Jewell was on his way home after the Orange and Blue game with one other passenger in his car.


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Vine Makes Celebrity Out Of Local Actor

Gainesville resident Thomas Sanders has produced about 800 Vine videos and amassed an army of 5.8 million followers on the social app. Despite this new-found fame, Sanders is still an active member of the local community.


Park visitors enjoy a day in the crystal clear waters at Ichetucknee Springs State Park. Guests can enjoy tubing from the north entrance beginning Memorial Day Weekend.

Ichetucknee Springs Reopens Entrance for Memorial Day

Ichetucknee Springs is reopening the northern entrance of the park for Memorial Day weekend. 4,000 are expected to be in attendance during the three-day weekend.


The completed henna design on Lilia Lima's head is entirely free-handed by artist and pre-med student Jeena Karr. Safe, beautiful and fresh, the art gives cancer patients like Lima a new way to feel beautiful.

Henna Artist Gives Cancer Patients Crowns Of Beauty

A University of Florida student combines faith and spirituality with the ancient art of henna to comfort cancer patients. Jeena Karr uses henna paste made from the flowering plant, Lawsonia inermis, to create intricate designs on the heads of those who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy.


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