UF Flip Flops, Will Consider Allowing White Nationalist Speaker On CampusWith the threat of a federal lawsuit looming, University of Florida officials say they will consider allowing white nationalist Richard Spencer to speak on campus.
Work Continues To Remove Confederate State In GainesvilleWork continued Monday morning to remove a Confederate statue that is a memorial to men of the Gainesville area who lost their lives in the Civil War.
Police Save Choking Baby During Search For SuspectTwo Florida police officers were in the right place at the right time - just in time to save a choking baby.
Florida Court Hears Case Challenging Abortion Waiting Period Law A Florida court will hear a case challenging a state law that requires women wanting an abortion to wait at least 24 hours before getting the procedure done.
Possible Unhappy Ending For Florida Movie MakingThe HBO sports drama, "Ballers" and the Netflix series "Bloodline" are the only big productions being shot in South Florida, but they might not be next year if the state doesn't renew its love affair with producers. That was the warning delivered to Miami-Dade's legislative delegation in a public hearing Thursday.
Court Upholds UF Policy Barring Guns In DormsA state appeals court upheld the University of Florida's ban on firearms in university housing, rejecting arguments by gun rights groups trying to overturn the ban.
North Florida Man Loses Arm In Wood ChipperA north Florida man is recovering after he lost part of his arm in a wood chipper accident.
Panther Killed In Southwest FloridaA Florida panther was struck and killed by a vehicle on a southwest Florida highway, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials said.
Gators Name QB Will Grier Starter Against East CarolinaThe starting quarterback job at the University of Florida appears to be a fluid situation.
University Of Florida Announces $64.5M Renovation To O'DomeSun Life Stadium isn’t the only Florida sports venue that’s getting an expensive makeover.
Florida Hopes McElwain Era Includes Passing ImprovementsFlorida coaches have been trying to improve the program's paltry passing game for years.
Justices Give Victory To Rural County In Records DisputeThe Florida Supreme Court has declined to wade into a dispute about whether a rural North Florida county should have been required to pay attorney fees in a public-records fight that started with an anonymous records request.