Police say the body was discovered in a wooded area near State Road 528 and U.S. 1.
Authorities in Cocoa are investigating a suspicious death on Friday after a body was discovered in a wooded area just north of the Walmart in Cocoa.
Chief David Gillespie reminds citizens not to drink and drive this Memorial weekend. With heavy rain expected this weekend, Chief Gillespie also reminds motorists that driving conditions could become more hazardous.
The first named tropical weather system of the 2018 hurricane season has formed.
As you fire up the barbecue on Memorial Day and host the first backyard cookout of the season, think beyond basic burgers and hot dogs — though there is nothing wrong with either of those classics — and let other main dishes shine in your holiday spread.
Memorial Day Message From NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine
Reading scores for third graders at Brevard Public Schools remain among Florida’s highest, and several of the district’s lowest-graded schools showed significant improvement in 2017-2018.
With less than a week remaining, dancers in the 2018 ‘Dancing for the Space Coast’ are fine tuning their final dance routines ahead Brevard County’s biggest charity event set for June 2 at Florida Tech’s Clemente Center.
Florida Tech’s Logan Sweeney has been named an Honorable Mention All-American by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.
A 300-pound alligator was caught taking a dip in a Florida swimming pool.
Concerns about an open grave at an historic cemetery prompted Cocoa officials into action.
In an effort to increase resiliency and redundancy in the City of Cocoa and City of Melbourne water utility systems, the two municipalities agreed to enter into a joint purchasing agreement and share expenses related to a project to install two parallel 16-inch water mains along Pineda Causeway to the Barrier Islands.
Tomahawk Robotics, a Melbourne, Florida, company that designs and builds robots, was among the winners at the Florida Venture Forum Early Stage Capital Conference held in Tampa May 18.
Millennials are slowly breaking free of the financial stresses that seem to plague them, and the gig economy is giving them that peace of mind.
Who doesn’t love a great Halloween party? Halloween has evolved into one of America’s favorite excuses to celebrate. Consumer retail spending for Halloween merchandise has made Halloween our second favorite national holiday, lagging only behind Christmas.
Island Pointe in Central Merritt Island was built in 2006 by prestigious developer Homes by Towne, this riverfront complex is widely known for its luxurious floor plans, location, and incredible water views.