Day: May 23, 2018

NHC: 70 Percent Chance Disturbance Will Develop into Tropical Storm ‘Alberto’, Could Bring Heavy Rain To Brevard

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a tropical disturbance in the Caribbean that was expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico later this week and could bring heavy rains to Brevard County over the Memorial Day Weekend.

Merritt Island Baseball Advances to Semifinals, Viera Softball Set to Face Niceville for Berth in State Finals

High School seniors may have graduated and Brevard County Schools may begin summer vacation after tomorrow but three Space Coast area teams are hoping to extend the athletic portions of their school years with wins tonight in FHSAA State Tournament play.

NASA Astronaut and America’s First Woman in Space Sally Ride Postage Stamp Launches May 23

Sally Ride, America’s first woman in space, a pioneering astronaut, brilliant physicist and dedicated educator who inspired the nation, will be commemorated on a Forever stamp tomorrow. Share the news using the hashtags #SallyRideForever and #AstronautStamps.

FWC’s Kyle Patterson Receives Prestigious Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Award for Marine Conservation

Ft. Pierce resident Kyle Patterson, a law enforcement officer and investigator with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), has received the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Award for Marine Conservation.

MEDICAL SPOTLIGHT: American Academy of Dermatology Offers Tips to Protect Your Skin From the Sun

As Memorial Day signals the unofficial start of summer this weekend, teens will be eager to get out of school and spend time outside — and some may want to get a tan. But a new public service advertisement from the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) encourages those who are thinking of tanning to think again and “tan smart.”