The Florida Gators released Mullen’s contract Tuesday in response to a public records request. He signed the amendment in early May.
A Florida Missing Child Alert has been issued for 13-year-old Delia Young.
The Gainesville Police Department is looking for the suspect involved in the shooting death of a man at a car wash.
The University of Florida is reporting nearly 10,000 known COVID-19 cases among students, faculty, and staff since March of last year. That's the highest number in our state and the nation among colleges and universities.
University and health officials plan to inoculate up to 5,000 people, starting at 11 a.m. Monday.
A Florida Senate panel Wednesday signed off on a proposal aimed at keeping most transgender females from participating in high-school and college sports, but the measure stops short of an all-out ban being considered by the House.
With supporters saying the issue is about property rights, the Florida House on Friday overwhelmingly passed a bill that would allow people to carry guns at churches that share locations with schools.
It was a shocking and unsettling sight near Gainesville High School Friday, where more than 20 years ago, Officer Scott Baird was killed in the line of duty. His memorial stone was discovered not only knocked over but destroyed.
The Gainesville Police Department (GPD) is asking for the public's help to find out who vandalized a memorial stone dedicated to a dead police officer.
As more vaccines become available, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at the University of Florida could vaccinate as many as 3,000 people per day.
A young nurse is fighting for her life, having been on life support for more than a month after testing positive for the coronavirus.
The University of Florida is mourning the loss of one of its students.
Coach Mullen fired secondary coaches Ron English and Torrian Gray, according to a person familiar with the situation.
Florida quarterback Kyle Trask made his future plans official Thursday, formally announcing he’s declining an opportunity to return to school and entering the NFL draft.
Johnson was released from the hospital last week, 10 days after collapsing on the court at Florida State and needing emergency medical attention.
They cited the circumstances following Keyontae Johnson's collapse over the weekend as the reason.
Florida is giving vaccine priority to long-term care facilities, healthcare workers, and the 65 and up community who have pre-existing conditions.
Johnson is undergoing further tests and remains in critical but stable condition after he collapsed on the court during a game at Florida State.
Like most of his teammates, Keyontae Johnson tested positive for COVID-19 during the summer.
No. 11 Florida didn’t hold up its own end, stumbling to an upset loss to LSU in a game settled on dueling long field goals and a costly penalty.