Sunday—Our surf will build during the day into the chest-high range with very bumpy conditions from a steady southeasterly wind. Beware of passing storms and possible lightning.
With less than two weeks 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.
Apollo and Skylab astronaut Alan Bean, the fourth human to walk on the moon and an accomplished artist, has died.
Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in all 67 Florida counties as the state continues to monitor and prepare for Subtropical Storm Alberto.
One unruly American Airlines passenger caused quite the scene in the high skies when his request for beer was denied by a flight attendant, leading him to push and threaten to kill his seatmate in an altercation that eventually lead to a brawl between the two men mid-flight.
Cocoa Police say they have arrested a man ‘with a lengthy criminal history’ and charged him with second-degree murder after witnesses held the suspect up at gunpoint on Friday, shortly after he allegedly killed the victim, until police arrived.
The National hurricane Center in Miami has issued their 11:00 a.m. advisory on Subtropical Storm Alberto.
Sadly, NASA has reported that Astronaut Alan Bean has died.
Alberto formed Friday in the northwest Caribbean Sea over some of the warmest water and tropical air in the Atlantic basin. This system has a prefix: Subtropical Storm, but why?
Immigrant, proud American citizen, librarian, tennis player and humanist, Lore Stern Howard Scurrah was born in 1928 in Bielefeld, Germany. She died May 23 at the age of 89 at her home at Avila Retirement Community in Albany, NY.
In April, Florida’s housing sector reported more closed sales, higher median prices and more new listings from owners ready to enter the market, according to the latest housing data released by Florida Realtors.
In this week’s episode of “Cookin’ Up Justice” With Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, the Sheriff highlights a wanted fugitive and does so from a popular Merritt Island restaurant, Alfredo’s Paradiso Kitchen.
A slow moving weather system is expect to bring heavy rain to Florida’s Gulf Coast. Strong winds, heavy downpours and the threat of tornados are expected to create dangerous driving conditions.
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking certified Law Enforcement Officers and certified Corrections Officers to serve as Deputy Sheriffs and Corrections Deputies with our agency.
This Memorial Day weekend, Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam is providing Floridians and visitors simple tips to avoid identity-stealing card skimmers placed on gas pumps.
As the unofficial start of summer, Memorial Day is one of the most popular travel weekends of the year. AAA predicts nearly 42 million people will travel during the holiday, with almost 37 million traveling by automobile, which is the highest number since 2005.
After a missing the automatic qualifier during the Heats this morning, No. 4 Florida Tech ground its way through the Repechage races after a three-hour weather delay to qualify for the NCAA DII Women’s Rowing Championship Eight and Four Grand Finals today at Nathan Benderson Park.