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Alachua County is considering whether to memorialize the lynchings that happened in the area between the years of 1891 and 1926.
Back in the late 19th century and early 20th century, cattle used to roam freely on ranches around Florida, grazing on thousands of acres of public and private land.
UF spokeswoman Janine Sikes said the university has received too many responses to count about Richard Spencer's visit tomorrow.
This week on The Point podcast, a story from Florida's death chamber, a lesson on the First Amendment and university campuses, and the scene at Lochloosa Lake after Hurricane Irma hit. Find it at WUFT.org.
On Find Out Florida at WUFT.org today, explore the answer to this audience question: “Our hospitals advertise how short the waiting times are in their emergency rooms. How long do people actually wait?”
How can the water levels in Lochloosa Lake rise up to normal levels? Only nature knows.
Today, Paradise is a mix of intersections, buildings, and paved parking lots.
In collaboration with MosquitoMate, Inc., the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District will hold a field trial in mid-April in hopes to reduce the number of Aedes aegypti mosquitos, which have been related to Zika.
Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park has still not hired someone to replace its past manager who retired last spring.