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  • Free FAFSA help sessions are taking place across the region

    Free FAFSA help sessions are taking place across the region
    Need help applying for financial aid? The FAFSA paperwork can be grueling and time-consuming for students to fill out. But it's also required if students bound for college want to see if they can receive federal grants, work-study and loans. FAFSA...
  • UCF communications student arrested, accused of stalking

    UCF communications student arrested, accused of stalking
    A 28-year-old communications major at the University of Central Florida was arrested this week, accused of stalking a fellow student, an arrest affidavit states. Police were called to UCF's Nicholson School of Communication about 3 p.m. Thursday,...
  • Man arrested after allegedly throwing girlfriend out of SUV at UCF

    Police arrested a 30-year-old man after he allegedly threw his girlfriend out of a speeding SUV on the University of Central Florida's campus on Monday, authorities said. Jose David Rodriguez and his girlfriend were having an argument in his mother's...
  • Love Your Shorts: Festival plays Sanford

    Love Your Shorts: Festival plays Sanford
    The Love Your Shorts Film Festival, which starts Thursday in Sanford, will feature 61 works from around the world, including five from Central Florida. The local films are "M-Theory" by TL Westgate of Altamonte Springs; "Monster" by Patrick Fatica of ...
  • Report: UCF stalking suspect made 'disturbing comments' to female student

    Report: UCF stalking suspect made 'disturbing comments' to female student
    A University of Central Florida student has been accused of stalking a female on campus, wesh.com is reporting. Daniel Kendrick, 29, is accused of making "disturbing comments" to a female student at the Nicholson School of Communication, wesh.com is...
  • Search continues for suspect in fatal shooting at apartments near UCF

    Search continues for suspect in fatal shooting at apartments near UCF
    The manhunt continued Thursday for the shooter who killed a 22-year-old man at an apartment complex near the University of Central Florida on Wednesday. Colin Marcel Jackson was identified Thursday as the man found dead inside an apartment at Campus...
  • Deputies: Man found dead in apartment near UCF

    Deputies: Man found dead in apartment near UCF
    A man in his 30s was shot and killed at an apartment complex near the University of Central Florida Wednesday evening, Orange County deputies said. A woman called 911 around 6:30 p.m. saying she heard gunshots at the Campus Crossings Alafaya apartment...
  • Longtime UCF alumni leader dismissed, sparking backlash

    Longtime UCF alumni leader dismissed, sparking backlash
    Some University of Central Florida supporters are angry and confused after a longtime alumni leader was dismissed from his position with little explanation. Tom Messina was removed as the UCF Alumni Association's executive director and associate vice...
  • Lawmakers advance bills on guns for campus, evacuations

    Lawmakers advance bills on  guns for campus, evacuations
    TALLAHASSEE — People will be able to carry guns on Florida's college campuses, and residents without a concealed-carry permit fleeing a hurricane would be allowed to bring firearms if bills moving through the Legislature make it into law. Rep. Greg...
  • Gentrification won't restore Parramore's glory: New Voices

    Gentrification won't restore Parramore's glory: New Voices
    On a Saturday afternoon in October 2004, my father invited me to a service project in Parramore, the historical heart of Orlando's African-American community. A freshman at Winter Park High School, I was unfamiliar with the concept of community service,...
  • Scott urges lawmakers to keep tuition costs low

    Scott urges lawmakers to keep tuition costs low
    TALLAHASSEE - Gov. Rick Scott, flanked by dozens of college students, called on legislators Wednesday to approve his proposals to “hold the line” on tuition costs for both undergraduate and graduate courses. “A great education that you...