The state-of-the-art heat shield, measuring roughly 16 feet in diameter, which will protect astronauts upon re-entry on the second mission of Artemis, arrived this week at Kennedy Space Center in Florida for assembly and integration with the Orion crew module.
Surfers can enjoy waves
Teachers are told their low pay is offset by their summers off. The problem? They’re actually working, a lot – from second jobs to lesson planning
Jumping from the No. 2 spot last year, Disney Cruise Line beat out Cunard, which had topped the list for years.
Investigators determined Jake Williams III was a major supplier in the distribution of cocaine and heroin on the Space Coast
Tropical Storm Barry has formed in the Gulf of Mexico on Thursday, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC).
A photographer captured incredible images of an olive python swallowing an Australian freshwater crocodile whole.
Tropical Storm Barry sets sights on Louisiana, set to land in Louisiana Saturday as a hurricane.
Watch video exclusively on this site at noon Friday as the 6-foot-6, 317-pound defensive tackle, rated a four-star recruit by 247 Sports, commits.
They set a Guinness World Record.
With so much to do, Brevard was included among CNN Travel’s “19 Places to Travel in 2019.”
A judge working in Indian River County has been assigned to the Dave Isnardi and Jose Aguiar cases
It was right here, in our backyard that history was made when the Apollo 11 mission successfully put men on the moon. Be proud.
Red snapper, protected since 2010, can be harvested in South Atlantic waters for five days.
Tropical Storm Barry formed in the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to hit Louisiana and already-soaked New Orleans as a hurricane Saturday.
Start your weekend with a smile. Check out this roundup of some of the positive, fun or quirky stories that took place this week.
The plan aims to dramatically reduce fatalities and serious crashes on Brevard County roads.
While gun range suicides are a minority of the 30,000 suicides in Florida has seen since 2008, the firearms industry is taking note of this tragic, and preventable, phenomenon.