UF Researchers Develop Device To Count Citrus Fruit DropResearchers at the University of Florida have invented a way to quickly and accurately count the amount of citrus fruit dropped early so that growers can see where the deadly citrus greening disease is most affecting groves.
Tallahassee Insiders Take Aim At Pot LicenseInfluential Tallahassee insiders --- and a former lawmaker who is the grandson of one of Florida's most-renowned citrus barons --- have banded together with the owner of an abortion clinic to get in on the ground floor of the state's burgeoning medical-marijuana industry.
Police: No Injuries After Shots Fired At University Of FloridaOne person is in custody after shots were fired outside a student residence building near the football stadium at the University of Florida.
Grooveshark Co-Founder Discovered Dead At Gainesville HomeAuthorities are looking into the death of the now defunct streaming music service Grooveshark co-founder, found in his Florida home.
Second Amendment Group Argues For Guns In University DormsThe Second Amendment should supersede a Florida law that bans firearms from state university housing, a gun-rights group argued before seemingly skeptical appellate judges Tuesday.
Sunrise Teen Graduates College Before High SchoolQuite the accomplishment for a teen from Sunrise who has graduated college, two months shy of her high school graduation.
UF Frat Closed Over Veteran-Abuse AccusationsA University of Florida fraternity is closing after allegations its members insulted and spit at a group of disabled military veterans at a Panama City Beach resort.
UF Frat Expels 3 Over Insults To Wounded Vets The University of Florida expelled three members of a fraternity accused of insulting and spitting at a group of disabled military veterans in Panama City.
Top Honors Student Says Undocumented Status May Force Him to Turn Down UF and NYUMiami Lakes Educational Center senior Giancarlo Tejeda has a secret that sets him apart from most of his classmates--he is an undocumented immigrant.
Former UF Coach Ray Gaves Dies At 96Former Florida coach and athletic director Ray Graves, who helped the Gators reach national prominence in the 1960s, has died at 96.
Police: Professor Had Given Ex-Convict $37K Before DeathAuthorities said a former University of Florida professor found dead inside his burning home, was killed by an ex-convict who received $37,000 from the professor in recent years.
U.S. Sugar Land Buy A Tough Sell Among LawmakersA Senate-commissioned study could give hope to people who want the state to use a large chunk of voter-approved money for water and land projects to buy U.S. Sugar land in the Everglades before an October deadline.
Florida Consumer Confidence Ticks Up - Againe are starting to feel a little better about where we are headed. At least that's according to a recent University of Florida report on consumer confidence.
Early Season Baseball Showdown Begins Friday For UM, UFThe University of Miami Hurricanes baseball team will square off against their in-state rivals from The University of Florida starting Friday night in a key early-season series.
USDA Plans To Spend $30 Million On Fighting Citrus DiseaseIn an effort to fight back a disease that has decimated the Sunshine State’s most famous crops, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday that it plans to spend $30 million fighting citrus greening.