Less invasive plants in Gainesville thanks to the Great Invader Raider Rally

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Less invasive plants in Gainesville thanks to the Great Invader Raider Rally

Volunteers came together to remove invasive plants today in different areas across Gainesville.

"Florida Gator Day" held at state capitol

It was Florida Gator Day at the State Capitol Tuesday and there were plenty of orange and blue balloons and booths touting the Universities accomplishments.

State launches investigation university researchers

Following the firing of six cancer researchers at Moffitt Cancer Center in December for failing to disclose their ties to China, the State House set up a select investigative committee.

Domestic violence shelters worried about funding amid state intervention

The state is shifting control of 50-million dollars in annual funding from the coalition to the Department of Children and Families after it was revealed the coalition board approved millions of dollars in questionable compensation to their CEO.

UPDATE: Human Remains

Human Remains May be linked to research

Marion County Commission gets into heated discussion over Pro-Life Sanctuary

Marion County Commissioners are interested in declaring the county a 'Pro-Life Sanctuary.

Meet-and-greet, forum with city commission candidates held in Gainesville

Tuesday, February 18th is also the last day to register to vote; you can check the deadline time at your local Supervisor of Elections office or, even easier, statewide you can register to vote or change your party affiliation online until 11:59 p.m.

 

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