Ex-Gator, NFL Prospect Brantley Charged With Hitting WomanFormer Florida Gators star and NFL prospect Caleb Brantley is facing misdemeanor charges that he allegedly punched a woman in the face, knocking her out and dislodging a tooth.
Florida Coach, Auburn Player Clash After Softball GameFlorida softball coach Tim Walton was involved in an altercation with Auburn shortstop Haley Fagan on Monday night after Walton gave Fagan a slight push during postgame handshakes.
2 Gunmen Fatally Shoot Man Holding Baby at Florida HomePolice say two armed men wearing masks fired shots from the front door of a north Florida home, killing a man who was holding a baby.
Police: Robbers Eat, Shoot Dog and Put Victim in Dog CagePolice have arrested a man suspected of forcing his way into a north Florida apartment, shooting a dog and putting a victim in the dog's cage.
Deputies: Florida Mom Shot in Back by 4-Year-Old SonA north Florida woman told deputies her 4-year-old son shot her in the back while he was sitting in the back seat of her pickup truck.
Sheriff: Human Remains Found Near GainesvilleAuthorities say human remains were found in a wooded area near a home in Gainesville.
New University Of Florida Dorm To Let College Students To Run StartupsA select group of University of Florida students will soon be able to run startups from their dorm rooms.
Florida Wants US Supreme Court To Decide Gay MarriageFlorida's attorney general is asking state courts to stop considering same-sex marriage cases until the U.S. Supreme Court decides whether states have the right to ban gay marriage.
Smoke Shop Raided After Drug Makes People SickAuthorities say they raided a Gainesville smoke shop as part of an ongoing investigation into the hospitalization of 28 people who used a form of synthetic marijuana.
Record Low Temperatures Giving Florida Spring Breakers A Chilly WelcomeSpring Breakers flocking south to Florida’s typically warm and sunny beaches are bringing along a very unwelcome guest this year – Old Man Winter.
Author Harry Crews Dies in Gainesville at 76
Fla. Highway Patrol Defends Reopening I-75 GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Conditions were clear enough when authorities decided to reopen a section of Interstate 75 where 10 people were later killed in two pileups amid thick smoke from a 62-acre brushfire and fog, the Florida Highway Patrol said Monday.

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