The interim chief of the Florida Department of Children and Families said Wednesday there was nothing to predict the tragedy that occurred in Bell.
On the anniversary of the state taking over operations of Silver Springs Nature Theme Park and folding the 246-acre attraction into the neighboring Silver Springs State Park, most of the changes can be seen by what is no longer there.
A University of Florida food science researcher has come up with a way to reduce the allergy-causing proteins in peanuts, a development that could bring hope to the millions of people in the U.S. with peanut allergies.
Jack Fuller, the longtime dean of vocational education at Santa Fe College, died Saturday in Orlando. He was 82.
With new faculty in place, the University of Florida is looking to breathe new life into a health care research center that has been largely inactive since it initially received funding several years ago.
At a Tuesday night forum at UF, Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell and former Florida House Speaker Jon Mills painted vastly different pictures.
A North Central Florida city known for decades as a speed trap will no longer have its own police force as of Tuesday at midnight.
Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell, whose agency had come in contact with family members last year, said she cannot understand why DCF did not intervene with the family of Don Spirit.
The Alachua County Health Department on Wednesday confirmed the first human case of West Nile virus in the county this year.
Grace Marketplace will finally open its indoor shelter Wednesday after a three-month delay, although the opening coincides with the closing of an outdoor pavilion.