Police in Titusville say a two-car crash happened on Friday when a local woman stopped her vehicle in the travel lane to assist a turtle crossing the two-lane roadway near Grissom Parkway.
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It was not reported if either driver was injured or cited as a result of the wreck.
Marshae Jones was indicted this week on manslaughter charges after her unborn child was shot and killed.
Fifty years ago, a Saturn V rocket stood in Florida, the result of a multibillion-dollar process. Today, much has changed – and much remains the same.
In 1995, Craig Carson of Orlando landed the giant of all giants at Fort Pierce Inlet, a trout weighing 17 pounds, 7 ounces
On July 16, British band Duran Duran will perform at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 mission
Students at the Sonder Academy in Melbourne packed lunches for Daily Bread and Genesis house. Sonder Academy is for students impacted by autism.
Wayne Messam, mayor of Miramar, says he would be better known if he got more airtime
After decades of planning, the launch of LightSail 2 aboard the SpaceX Falcon Heavy was emotional for Bill Nye and members of the Planetary Society.
Three residents of the space station safely returned to planet Earth, but not before another station crewmember sequenced DNA to explore how damaged DNA repairs itself in space.
Police have charged a man with aggravated murder in the “tragic and horrific” killing of missing University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck, officials announced Friday.
Roughly 20 minutes after Neil Armstrong became the first human to walk on the moon, Buzz Aldrin joined him on the lunar surface.
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The Aldrin Family Foundation announced the recipients for its Giant Moon Map program, an educational tool that will teach students STEAM concepts.
NASA announced Tuesday the plans to design and build a second mobile launcher, known as Mobile Launcher 2 or ML2, at Kennedy Space Center.
On July 24, 1969, the crew of Apollo 11 splashed down safely in the Pacific Ocean, just four days after being the first humans to reach the moon.
NASA on Thursday announced another mission to search for the building blocks of life in our solar system.