The Gainesville Police Department fired an officer after he had sex with a young woman he had arrested for shoplifting and illegally gave her alcohol, according to a report.
Kent Fuchs cuts a striking figure as he strides across the arts quad at Cornell University, pointing out his favorite buildings.
Some residents who walked by Five Bar on Thanksgiving Day seemed reluctant to enter the swanky restaurant for a free meal.
Students dig their hands deep into the soil in the Ethnoecology Garden across from Lake Alice at the University of Florida, listening to the sounds of birds, bees and owls, learning about the sustainable ways of farming.
Kent Fuchs will take over as the 12th president of the University of Florida on Jan. 1.
Deborah Labud was 36 years old, living in Virginia and working as a waitress when the trouble breathing started.
After three years of waiting for a possible reopening, Georgia-Pacific has decided that its plywood mill outside Hawthorne will stay shut down.
Alachua County will be home to a new 1,000-acre state forest near Newnans Lake next spring.
Eighth Circuit Court Judge Mary Day Coker — a longtime attorney, prosecutor and judge — is retiring.
Florida Gator women's volleyball game, a preview performance, a Christmas-themed music show, Thanksgiving meals to those in need, and more.