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The arrest report says Nicholas Seaborn Jefferson told officials that he and a female inmate had sex twice

Tag Heuer releases new versions of its Aquaracer dive watch with bezels constructed from lightweight carbon.

The exclusive collection will be available on Polo Ralph Lauren’s newly launched shopping app.

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is cracking down on the sale of vaping products to teenagers.

The company, which bought almost 400 acres' worth of properties in Alachua County within the last year, has begun mass-producing cannabis products,

His luminous Editions Collection makes the case for abandoning the mass-produced in favor of the painstakingly crafted.

As students raise their voices about graduation, don't forget the reason the issue exists in the first place

With olive oil, nuts, wine, fruits, veggies, whole grains, and fish as staples, you can’t beat the Mediterranean diet for fresh, satisfying flavors. And, it’s super-healthy. Check out WebMD's 12 reasons to love this way of eating.

This latest personal plane takes more than just a page from a World War II–era flying saucer.

We took a precision driving class at a BMW Performance Center to learn secrets only track drivers know.

In addition to two Radiomir 1940 timepieces, three Luminor Marina models join the brand’s fall lineup.

The Florida Motel sign, 2603 SW 13th St., was dismantled late Wednesday morning.

The story of aluminum’s history of use in the U.S. now stretches over 100 years. The start was a modest one, however. Because of the complexities of refining aluminum from ore, aluminum was considered more rare and precious than gold or silver through most of the 19th century. A pure form of the metal was first successfully extracted from ore in 1825 by Danish chemist Hans-Christian…

There are just some pieces that transcend whatever time, space, or style of interior they're thrown into. Good bones and timeless materials equal design staying power, people!

2441 NW 43rd St, Gainesville, Florida 32606; p: (352) 378-1611
Sept 20: 6-9 PM Cross Eyed Cat
Enjoy Alachua County and Anne Bello Productions Present: Cross Eyed Cat
Enjoy the Sounds of Cross Eyed Cat, Stroll Thornebrook in the Cool of the Evening: “Crosseyed Cat” is an authentic, blues project with an authoritative sound
As an acoustic duo they consist of Paco on guitar & vocals & Fred on harmonica. Together they have been performing in the greater Gainesville area for over 20…

Early stages of the disease often cause no symptoms and the cancer has usually spread by the time it is diagnosed.

My feet were dragging across a rocky singletrack trail in the Superstition Wilderness east of Phoenix. It was nearly 90 degrees outside and I was 43 miles into a 52.4 mile run—a double marathon. The entire right side of my body was cramping, my legs were sapped of energy, and I could feel my heart r

Instead of targeting excessively high uric acid levels as existing gout drugs do, the new strategy aims to reduce overall inflammation. The drug goes after a specific inflammatory molecule called interleukin-1.

Alachua County officials say they will stop using equipment that shreds tree limbs rather than cutting them cleanly when they trim trees along

University of Florida President Kent Fuchs said he’s committed to commencement changes despite mounting student frustration about the new ceremony

The University of Florida Levin College of Law is looking for solutions after its July 2018 bar exam results revealed another downward trend.UF’s

Gainesville police say a man shot and killed an intruder inside his condo early Sunday morning. Police say they responded to Whisperwood Apartments at 4100 NW 28th Lane at 6:52 a. m. after the homeowner called 911 and told dispatchers he shot an intruder inside his home. Officers arrived and found the body of 52-year-old Gregory Miller lying inside the living room with "apparent" gunshot wounds, according to police.