Abu al Umarayn, a senior ISIS leader who was involved in the brutal murder of former U.S. Army Ranger Peter Kassig, was killed in a drone strike in Syria on Sunday, the U.S.-led coalition said.
County fire officials said they were able to contain the blaze to the attic and garage, though both suffered heavy damage.
Brevard County Fire Rescue units, with assistance from Cocoa Fire Rescue, responded to a residential structure blaze in the 3700 block of Canaveral Groves Boulevard in Canaveral Groves on Sunday afternoon.
Genealogical DNA testing kits work better for whites, might not tell full story for blacks, Latinos and Asians
The annual Chanukah parade began at Chabad of the Space Coast in Satellite Beach to Viera for the snow festival on the first day of Hanukkah.
Brevard County Fire Rescue, assisted by the Cocoa Fire Department, battled a house fire on Canaveral Groves boulevard Sunday.
George Bush, the 41st president, spent his final hours saying his goodbyes to family members.
What the College Football Playoff selection committee got right and got wrong in its final rankings, including Oklahoma ahead of Georgia, Ohio State.
Bush will travel from Houston to Washington, before being buried in College Station, Texas alongside his wife, Barbara, and daughter Robin.
The man was struck in the head and legs several times, police said in a report.
Metro Diner, which will officially open Tuesday, December 4 at 7954 N. Wickham Road in Suntree, held charitable fundraisers this weekend to benefit the American Cancer Society and The Children’s Hunger Project.
The fallout over Florida’s turbulent recount is escalating after the state’s outgoing Republican governor decided to oust a South Florida elections official.
After 14 weeks, the final bowl projection for the College Football Playoff field is set. The debate between Oklahoma, Ohio State and Georgia is heated.
On Thursday, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office along with Cocoa Beach Police Department, Melbourne Police Department, Cocoa Police Department, Titusville Police Department, and Rockledge Police Department held the 4th Annual “Reverse Christmas Parade” in various locations throughout Brevard County.
There are many ways to protect yourself from porch pirates and Grinches that look to steal packages and mail from the front of your homes and mailboxes during the holiday season.
UCF graduate Albert Manero started college with a dream to design airplanes and rockets and transformed that into a non-profit company that makes bionic prosthetic limbs for children, an inspiring story he shared today as the latest speaker in EFSC’s Simpkins Entrepreneur Series.