Ex-DUI enforcement Officer Kevin Koprowski was told he should have used better judgment before riding with a driver who was subsequently arrested on suspicion of DUI.
A massive Wednesday morning blaze badly damaged a Worthington Springs sawmill and required the attention of fire departments from three counties.
Alachua County commissioners have begun a conflict-resolution process with the city of Alachua, voting to draft a letter and send a resolution the city’s way.
A suspicious device found in a box by an ATM in a southwest Gainesville convenience store resulted in some lanes of 13th Street and Williston Road being blocked to traffic and bomb experts called in, but turned out be nothing serious.
Following through on plans announced to students and alumni several months ago, the UF College of Nursing has formally decided to end its midwifery program and two other doctoral tracks of study.
With her 90th birthday approaching, Georgia Vickers decided she wanted to do something different.
An amethyst cathedral geode was taken from the lobby at Sante Fe College's natural sciences building and the college is seeking information on its whereabouts.
A senior prank, equal parts silly and snarky, may have caused a couple of double-takes for students and staff at Eastside High School on Tuesday.
University of Florida officials have yet to respond to a complaint filed by a national nonprofit church-state watchdog group objecting to a Bible verse carved into Heavener Hall, saying the inscription violates the First Amendment.
Johnnie Brasington was the longest-tenured dealer in General Motors history, selling Cadillacs and Oldsmobiles to generations of Gainesville car buyers, and his tireless advocacy helped bring the overpass over U.S. 301 in Orange Heights and a cut-through road to I-75 through Micanopy.