Mac McLouth reviews ways that sea water could be introduced into the lagoon through weirs and other means so that flow could be increased which could lead to improved water quality in the Indian River Lagoon.
A female skydiver was injured after crashing into a pond at Skydive City in Zephyrhills, Florida, on April 18.
Longtime City councilman and former mayor of Rockledge, Larry L. Schultz, passed away April 26, 2018, at the age of 74. Elected in November 1977 to Council Seat No. 1, Schultz was a pillar on the Rockledge City Council, serving for 22 years prior to his election as Rockledge mayor in November 1999, the office he occupied until he retired in November of 2011.
Eastern Florida State College is launching an effort in an attempt to gain $9 million in needed funding to repair and renovate the Astronaut Memorial Planetarium & Observatory that sustained serious damage from Hurricane Irma.
Palm Bay Fire Rescue units responded to reports Friday of an apartment unit on fire on Daffodil Drive SE, in the Malabar Cove apartment complex. According to Palm Bay Fire Rescue, a female burn victim was transported to a local facility for care.
The National Football League has played many games in London in recent years and now one of the league’s team owners is interested in one of the British capital’s premier sports venues.
Florida is one of the top states with aggressive drivers in the United States.
In a dramatic early Friday announcement, North and South Korean leaders agreed to a framework that could finally bring peace to the peninsula and potentially end decades of tension between the Hermit Kingdom and the global community.
A woman who worked as a war correspondent for NBC News said Tom Brokaw groped her, twice tried to forcibly kiss her and made inappropriate overtures attempting to have an affair, according to two reports published Thursday.
A man was arrested Thursday morning after he kicked two swans in the head and then another swan in the backside while practicing karate at Lake Eola, Orlando police said.
Toes in the sand. Food in your mouth. Wine to your lips. We’re about to get ‘Uncorked.’
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel’s image-rebuilding effort took a major hit Thursday when 85 percent of the deputies who voted in the International Union of Police Associations, Local IUPA 6020, electronic balloting used their votes to say they want Israel gone.
Florida Institute of Technology has named Travis Rembrandt the 2018 recipient of its most prestigious financial award, the Farmer Scholarship.
Spectrum News had a chance to catch up with Florida Tech’s shark expert, whose mission is to debunk myths about the sea creatures and human encounters.
In this week’s episode of “Cookin’ Up Justice” With Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, the Sheriff highlights a wanted fugitive from Jersey Mikes Sub Shop in Viera.
Do you dread having a root canal that has been prescribed by your dentist? Fear no more, as Cocoa-based Endodontist Dr. Anu Deshpande of Pristine Endodontics uses the latest in technology and skill to provide a trouble-free root canal.
Florida Tech opened its final home-stand of the season as the baseball team welcomed Sunshine State Conference rival Palm Beach Atlantic to town. The Panthers snagged the victory, 6-4, after a back and forth affair that saw them clinch the game for good in the bottom of the sixth.
During his 13-seasons at FIT, Mims has become its all-time winningest coach (196) and led the program to their first-ever Sunshine State Conference title in 2012. Mims has coached 16 All-SSC players and two All-Americans.
Cocoa native and 2009 Cocoa High School graduate Petty Officer 2nd Class Zach Johnson is now serving in the U.S. Navy at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Johnson, a gas turbine systems electrician, is serving where U.S. Pacific Fleet Headquarters is located.
U.S. News analyzed 125 metro areas in the United States to find the best places to live based on quality of life and the job market in each metro area, as well as the value of living there and people’s desire to live there. Melbourne, Florida ranked 29th according to this report.