Sanika Dange

Sanika is a reporter for WUFT News who may be contacted by calling 352-392-6397 or emailing news

“History Detectives” investigates historic Florida map

What once was another antique item recently became a nationwide mystery.  PBS’s “History Detectives” searched to find the meaning behind a 300-year-old map of Florida.. and where it came from. As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Sanika Dange and Jordan Matich report, the episode gives new insight into Florida’s history. (Sanika Dange’s report) …

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Consumer expert offers back-to-school shopping tips

With only a week until the start of school, back-to-school shopping is in full swing. Sanika Dange spoke with Consumer and Money-Saving Expert Andrea Woroch about money saving tips for students and their parents. [audio:]

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Traffic cameras installed in Ocala

The city of Ocala is now under surveillance. The Florida Department of Transportation is installing 17 new cameras on intersections, and along Interstate 75 to monitor traffic. The cameras will also come with message boards, which will direct cars in case of a traffic jam. Florida Department of Transportation public …

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New Alachua County elementary school begins construction

School district officials say construction on Alachua County’s newest elementary school is setting standards higher. It will open in time for fall of 20-12 and will relieve overpopulated school zones on the western side of Gainesville. Public Information Officer for Alachua County Public Schools Jackie Johnson says this building will …

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