Quiet business and industry-wide controversy at the opening of the OBS June Sale

Thu Jun 13 05:02:56 PDT 2019

Quiet business and industry-wide controversy at the opening of the OBS June Sale

Heading into day two of the Ocala Breeders Sales' June Sale, many are trying to bring a new mindset after serious controversies following 29 horse deaths at the Santa Anita Farm in California and the Kentucky Derby Foul.

Meldon Law Scholar Athlete: Gray Albright (Forest)

Forest Wildcats golfer Gray Albright is someone with a lot of focus, whether it's in the classroom or on the golf course. He's has played golf as long as he can remember. Albright has a bright future too. He balances athletics and academics with a 4.6 GPA as a dual enrolled student at the college of central florida. He has committed to the Florida State Seminoles golf team.

North Central Florida Flavors with Paige Beck: Caprese

TV20's Paige Beck learns how to make a classic Italian dish: Caprese from a chef at OGGI Italian Restaurant.

UF SPOHP hosts Mississippi Freedom Project Panel

A summer trip across the Mississippi Delta educated students on historical figures in the Civil Rights movement.

Poll worker orientation to be held next week in Alachua County

The Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Office is recruiting more poll workers to prepare residents for three county-wide elections in 2020.

Rodman Reservoir and Dam remains standing after failed lawsuit

It's been a 50 year battle over whether or not to keep the Rodman Reservoir and Dam operational, and due to a recent failed lawsuit, it seems that the dam will remain in the Ocklawaha River.

Gainesville Police investigating Battery in Midtown

Gainesville Police have released surveillance footage in hopes of catching a man who witnesses say beat a man