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Jury renders a guilty verdict in python death of two year old

A Sumter County jury found 21-year-old mother, Jaren Hare and her live-in boyfriend, 34-year-old Charles “Jason” Darnell guilty today of manslaughter, third-degree murder and child neglect. They each face 35 years in prison. Authorities say an 8-foot-6-inch albino Burmese python wrapped itself around 2-year-old Shianna Hare’s head on July 1st, …

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Law library moves across the street

The newly relocated John A. H. Murphree Law Library will open to the public on September first. The library is being moved from the Alachua county courthouse in downtown Gainesville to the Alachua County Library District, across the street. The new location hours will be weekdays from 9:30 a.m. to …

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Babysitter faces child abuse charges

A 21-year-old babysitter faces aggravated child abuse charges after the infant’s mother says she came home early and found her smothering the child with a pillow. Gainesville Police arrested Tiffany Long after she ran from the home and was later located.

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Despite rain, water levels remain low

Water levels in North-Central Florida are still low despite rainfall this past weekend…and Suwannee River Water Management officials say it may take a tropical system to pull water levels back up to normal. District Senior Engineer Megan Wetherington urges residents to continue conserving water.

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Jury says Casey Anthony not guilty of murder

The jury has rendered a verdict in the Casey Anthony Murder Trial. At 2:15 p.m., the jury in the Casey Anthony trial came to a verdict of not guilty to first degree murder, aggravated child abuse or aggravated manslaughter not-guilty. She was found guilty of providing false information to a …

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