brevard zoo’s interest in conservation efforts extends well beyond the county line Brevard Zoo, the zoo that the community built, has always cared deeply about Mother Earth and her creatures, and the zoo’s interest in conservation […]
Recently, the BCSO Family said goodbye to K-9 “Koi” who served their agency and citizens from 2008 to 2016 as a member of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit.
Brevard County Supervisor of Elections Lori Scott recognized the winners of the 6th Annual Launch the Vote Student Art Contest during an awards reception this morning.
Florida Institute of Technology will break ground in spring 2020 on a 61,000-square-foot Health Sciences Research Center that will help fill the growing demand for jobs in the biomedical and premedical science fields and allow students and faculty to conduct critical research in labs equipped with the latest cutting-edge technologies, from virtual-dissection tables to atomic force microscopes.
The Viera Company has recently promoted Scott Miller to Senior Vice President of Sales and Community Development; Eva Rey to Director of Community Management Amenities, and Communications; Tyler Duda to Land Development Manager; Jason Carter to Land Development Construction Manager; and Karen Esposito to Residential & Commercial Sales Specialist.
In 1961, John F. Kennedy challenged the nation to send men to the moon and return them safely.
Over 600 turtles were returned to the wild after a long-term undercover investigation. A group of poachers were taking freshwater turtles from the wild and selling them illegally to overseas buyers.
Circuit Judge David Dugan shared his experience with the Space Coast Honor Flight in his capacity as a volunteer Board Member and Guardian Coordinator during the October Military Officers Association of America Cape Canaveral Chapter October luncheon.
It is officially the fall season. Besides all the festive décor lining storefronts and a subtle pumpkin and apple spice aroma filling your nostrils, the air is starting to make its way to cooler temperatures, which means being outdoors is all the more appealing.
A Florida man discovered human remains at Ocala National Forest on Sunday when he happened upon a suspicious-looking area that smelled “like death,” authorities said.
Brevard County Fire Rescue Engine 40, Rescue 41, District 40 and Health First’s First Flight responded to a severe traumatic injury on North Merritt Island Tuesday afternoon.
Palm Bay police are searching for two masked men who robbed a Wendy’s restaurant overnight
Palm Bay police officers are looking to identify two masked men who robbed the Wendy’s restaurant located at 1755 Palm Bay Road. According to Palm Bay Police Lt. Mike Smith, the robbery happened Tuesday just after 1 a.m., when the two men brandishing handguns entered the store and held the employees at gunpoint.
The additional space will allow the university to dramatically expand its biomedical engineering and premedical programs.
Variable message boards at the intersection of North Courtenay Parkway and Merritt Avenue on Merritt Island are now in place to alert motorists of a temporary closing beginning Friday, Oct. 25, due to a collapsed sewer pipe.
Surveillance video of Wendy’s robbery in Palm Bay
Armed robbery at Wendy’s in Palm Bay
Palm Bay police are searching for the suspects they say robbed the Wendy’s at Palm Bay Road and Babcock Street.
Former President Jimmy Carter has been hospitalized with a fractured pelvis after falling in his Georgia home Monday night, a spokesperson said in a statement. This is the second time 95-year-old Carter has taken a fall at his home in Plains this month.
Rumors are flying around following FSU’s loss to Wake about Willie Taggart, Urban Meyer, and play calling. The Democrat debunks those rumors here.