Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials announced they have identified a suspect in a boating hit-and-run incident off Shepard Park on Friday afternoon. […]
Spectators gather at Port Canaveral Saturday to watch as the booster from Tuesday’s GPS launch is brought back into port.
The organizing group had to readjust their vision this year.
Speaking after the legendary U.S. Navy Blue Angels roared overhead, President Trump ushered in the July 4th weekend Friday night at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota with a full-throated condemnation of “far-left fascism” and a defense of “Judeo-Christian principles.” […]
In two separate incidents, a 42-year-old man and 6-year-old child were injured when using fireworks in Palm Bay.
“We had the infrastructure in place and are in a much better place to deal with this.”
Horns were honked and flags were waved in Merritt Island Saturday morning as passersby participated in an unconventional reverse Independence Day parade.
The SpaceX first stage booster used to launch a GPS III satellite earlier this week is returned to port early Saturday morning.
The City of Palm Bay Parks and Recreation Department has developed an amended summer events and activities scheduled to comply with Phase 2 of Governor DeSantis’ Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan for Florida’s Recovery. […]
Here are updates about coronavirus cases in Brevard, according to the Florida Department of Health, as of July 4, 2020.
Florida breaks daily new case record again, adding 11,458 new COVID-19 cases to the state’s total.
Merritt Islanxd held their drive by parade Saturday morning. Participants lined the eastbound lane on 520 as cars drove by honking and cheering.
More than 300 people attended the Space Coast Hob Nob and Candidate Straw Poll, which was the first major event of the campaign season
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A bill that originated in Brevard making ROTC a career pathway for the first time was signed by Florida Governor Desantis recently, benefitting Brevard County’s 14 public high schools that feature Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps units that include 2,147 students. […]
After Hurricane Irma’s historically destructive winds and flooding rains came through the area nearly three years ago and caused over $1.7 million in damages to the t-dock, day slips and boardwalk area at Lee Wenner Park and Riverfront Park in Cocoa Village, the City of Cocoa has rebuilt a more resilient waterfront area that is now open for use. […]
As everyone is aware, dogs often get anxiety and frightened because of fireworks and other loud noises that can be heard on the 4th of July, so last year our team decided to take a new approach to help calm the dogs at our Animal Care Center by having inmates comfort them during the peak hours of fireworks. […]