The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is seeking 26-year-old Vaughn Stone in the latest edition of “Fishing for Fugitives,” as Sheriff Wayne Ivey comes to you from Manatee Cove Park in Merritt Island. […]
School starts Monday for Brevard County students.
President Trump called Postal Service controversy a “hoax” and urged Republicans to vote no, but more than two dozen sided with Democrats.
As things stand for the Florida Big Bend and Southeast Florida, the steering pattern is not supportive of the kind of northward turn that would be required for Laura’s landfall in these areas, though some peripheral rains and coastal surge remain very …
The House of Representatives Saturday passed a $25 billion funding infusion to the United States Postal Service in a bill that also would reverse new cost-cutting measures and ban any efforts to slow down the mail until at least next year. […]
It is with great sadness that the family of George A. “Jim” Ogle announced he passed away suddenly on August 15, 2020, at the age of 83. Jim was in the firing room at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center for the historic launch of the Apollo 11 moon landing mission on July 16, 1969, and would later describe it as one of the most exhilarating moments in his life. […]
Targeting the next U.S. launch of astronauts, another successful space station resupply mission, and honoring pilots for National Aviation Day … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA! […]
Community groups gather in south Melbourne to urge local residents to respond to the US Census.
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Deputies arrested 29-year-old Justin Parsons from New Jersey for Burglary to an Occupied Dwelling after the armed homeowner detained Parsons before authorities arrived on scene. […]
Here are updates about coronavirus cases in Brevard, according to the Florida Department of Health, as of Aug. 22, 2020.
The Florida Department of Health reported 106 newly-confirmed COVID-19 deaths Saturday, and 4,311 new cases.
The Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination against disabled persons.
Bob White, chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Florida, says it’s “a real sad statement” that so many people are not voting.
State official said no time frame is certain, but he is looking for a safe way to reopen bars as quickly as possible.
It’s official: there are now two tropical storms heading toward the Gulf of Mexico, and forecasters aren’t sure what happens next.
Food donations are accepted at the Brevard Veterans Memorial Center at 400 S. Sykes Creek Parkway on Merritt Island.
“The need for food is phenomenal right now. Phenomenal,” said Don Pearsall, immediate past chair of the Brevard Veterans Council.
Veterans Connections to a New life is collecting food and supplies from several sources for Brevard area veterans.