- As part of the sequester cuts, Alachua County programs such as ElderCare and University of Florida research may lose funding.
- A double amputee Marine from Jacksonville has launched Wounded Wear, a non-profit line of clothing for wounded combat veterans.
- A New Mexico teen has been charged with aggravated assault for bullying an autistic 16-year-old while pointing a gun at his head.
- Secretary of State John Kerry announced that the U.S. will provide non-lethal aid to Syrian opposition.
- Thursday, Pope Benedict XVI becomes the first pope to resign in 600 years.
The University of Florida continues to implement safety measures ahead of Richard Spencer talk, state of emergency declared. That and more in 90 seconds.