Coconut Creek Still Showing Strong In Orlando 7-on-7Four years ago, Kareem Reid brought his very young, but extremely talented Coconut Creek Cougars to Orlando to the University of Central Florida to kick off the summer at the Knights 7-on-7 football tournament.
Hackers Beware: UCF Students Are Champs In Cyber DefenseHackers, take notice. University of Central Florida computer students have got your number.
UCF Police Clear Library, Find No Threat After Report Of GunwomanThe University of Central Florida library has been evacuated following unconfirmed reports of a woman with a gun.
Next Senate President Puts Focus On UniversitiesSen. Joe Negron announced Monday he will take a four-day "listening tour" of state universities.
Sea Turtles Set New Nesting Records In Georgia, FloridaSea turtles have set a new nesting record in Florida and other southeastern beaches, rebounding from a nesting slump last year.
UCF Students Want To Make Bionic Arms For Syrian Children=A group of engineering students who used 3-D printers to make prosthetic arms for children want to use their talents to help those in Syria.
UCF Student: Stranger Petted Her Arm While SleepingFour University of Central Florida students say a man broke into their off-campus apartment, touching on of the females as she slept.
3-D Surprise: Girl Missing Part Of Arm Gifted A ProstheticAnnika Emmert — who was born without part of her right arm — was shocked to see a custom-made prosthetic limb, decorated with bright flowers.
Diversity Study: Super Bowl Ads Less Gender OffensiveSuper Bowl commercials have become as big a part of Super Sunday as the game itself.
Study: MLB Racial And Gender Hiring Numbers Remain StagnantMajor League Baseball maintained its grades for its racial and gender hiring practices, while its percentage of African-American players remained only slightly above a study's low set in the 2007 season.
Study: MLB Racial And Gender Hiring Numbers Remain StagnantAn annual report has revealed Major League Baseball’s racial and gender hiring numbers have remained stagnant and its percentage of African-American players only slightly rose.
UCF Professor, Students To Study Driving In Foggy ConditionsA UCF engineering professor has been awarded a grant to conduct a study in hopes of making driving in fog safer.