GAINESVILLE, Fla-- Eating disorders can be a sensitive topic to bring up to children growing up, but one event is helping make the conversation easier. The 3rd annual National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) Walk took place today on UF's campus to bring awareness.
GAINESVILLE, Fla-- Music, jesters, and people from around the community filled a new venue for Gainesville's 3rd annual Jest Fest. For the first time the festival was held at the Historic Thomas Center and Gardens due to Bo Diddley Plaza being under construction.

STARKE, Fla. - Maj. Gen. Michael Calhoun assumed command of the Florida National Guard from Maj. Gen. Emmett Titshaw Jr. in a ceremony Sunday at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center.

Ocala man killed Saturday night

OCALA, FLA-- Ocala police are searching for a shooter after a man was found dead in his apartment last night. 

 

Police say they responded to a call at Laurel Park Apartments on NW 23rd avenue at about 10 p.m Saturday night.

 GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Chaka, Chike, Chite, Chik, Chic, Chickie, Shaq - These are all names Major Chike T. Williams has been called in the course of his life. He says he may have missed a few but there's one thing he wants people to catch.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Family members, friends, and colleagues filled the sanctuary of Trinity United Methodist Church earlier Saturday to commemorate the life of Dr. Thomas Oakland.

Archer celebrates annual Yulee Day

ARCHER, Fla. -- The development of the railroad brought economies together and helped this nation grow. The city of Archer is not forgetting the impact this development made on the town.

 

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Throughout the year we honor the men and women who serve our country. This week North Central Florida honored those who received one of the most prestigious awards in the military: the Medal of Honor.

 

HIGH SPRINGS, Fla. -- The Alachua County Environmental Protection Department kicked off the start to Water Conservation Month Saturday with its Springs Celebration and Chili Cook Off.

 

North Central Fla. -- Florida Fish and Wildlife workers are telling residents to get rid of any bats living in homes or other businesses before April 15th.

 

 

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