Judge rules that Sheriff Darnell is free to move money around

A judge has recently ruled that Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell is free to move money around within her department, resolving a year-long dispute between Sheriff Darnell and Alachua County.

The Partnership for Strong Families is holding a back to school drive until August 3.

This fall, seven candidates are running to fill three seats on the Alachua County School Board.

Eight years ago, Lila Leach, was attacked in her Newberry home and died from her injuries. The case still remains unsolved, but the family says this year's anniversary of the tragedy is more hopeful.

Forum held in to discuss affordable housing in Gainesville

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Hurricane assistance for farmers rebuilding their operations

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Lawtey No Longer Labeled A "Traffic Trap"

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Wrestlers sue Ohio State over doctor's sexual misconduct

Obama delivers Mandela address

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Trenton firefighters recovering after crash

Marion County Sheriff's Deputy goes viral for "slow driver" video

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New cases of Triple E in Marion County

Two Suspects Arrested for Kidnapping and Robbery at Dowling Park

Santa Fe Zoo Opens New Aviary Enclosure

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Texas shelter: US flying kids for reunifications

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