In these uncertain times, it is the children who are the most vulnerable. Many students depend on our schools for more than just learning. […]
The two executives attended the summit from March 11 to 13 and will remain in voluntary self-quarantine until March 26
In a new series dedicated to showcasing some of the best moments by the Friday Night Locker Room over the years, Space Coast Daily TV will re-air some of the thrilling moments in high school sports on the Space Coast. […]
Scenes of Brevard residents and businesses dealing with COVID-19 precautions
Brevard’s shortages have triggered fury from residents who consider their neighbors greedy for hoarding the items
Steve Spurrier speaks from experience. He knows how vital a first spring practice is for a new coaching staff. He’s gone through three of them.
Failure to reach agreements could scuttle plans for online learning or leave classrooms without teachers, if and when regular classes resume.
With Florida’s tourist-powered economy in a tailspin, Gov. Ron DeSantis has been forced to the frontlines of the fight against the coronavirus, desperately seeking to stop a looming massive loss of jobs and tax collections that fuel state programs.
Census officials announced that because of concerns over the coronavirus, the date for self-response has been pushed from July 31 to Aug. 14.
Newly imposed COVID-19 regulations are impacting the Space Coast’s 72-mile shoreline, making for an unprecedented spring break week.
Take-out or delivery is still OK, but dining in will be off the table.
Amid this coronavirus outbreak, what happens to the astronauts on board the International Space Station and those preparing to head there in the coming weeks?
In practice, there is no difference between Marxist government control of all aspects of our lives, and the social justice being advocated today.
As you drive by a Health First hospital, you might notice tents outside of their emergency rooms. These tents are not currently being used for patient care and are only set up as part of our ongoing preparedness efforts. […]
The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has donated more than $10,000 worth of food to the Central Brevard Sharing Center during the coronavirus outbreak.
Images of young people packing bars, crowding beaches and pools have been cited as examples of how not to behave during a pandemic.
Beginning at 12 p.m. today, Friday, March 20, all Brevard County Government facilities will be closed to the public for the health and safety of county residents and County employees during the COVID-19 crisis. The closure will extend through at least Wednesday, April 15th, unless circumstances change. […]
NASA has paused work on its massive Space Launch System rocket due to confirmed coronavirus cases in and around the center hosting its testing.