A fundraiser to help with Mike Sonnenschein’s medical expenses is planned for June 22
The Florida Department of Education is hosting its Board of Education meeting to discuss critical race theory. Republican officials want it out of classrooms, but some teachers say strict rules could “whitewash” history.
Cocoa High defensive lineman Timothy Passmore has made a decision on his college football future.
The state is fighting a CDC order requiring proof of COVID vaccination on ships.
The Mardi Gras is Carnival’s largest ship, and the first Carnival ship powered by liquefied natural gas.
Universal Orlando Resort opened Jurassic World VelociCoaster, a highly-anticipated launch coaster located in Universal’s Islands of Adventure.
“It’s kind of a double-edged sword,” Goessel said. “I don’t want people to … expect that to happen. It doesn’t take the place of being responsible.”
The 1,300-square-foot house on a one-third-acre lot slipped into foreclosure in 2007 — and the complicated case remains bogged down in court 14 years later.
Agents executed 24 search warrants, seizing seven firearms and more than $130,000 in cash, said Jason Kriegsman, FDLE resident agent in charge.
Attorney General Ashley Moody today issued a Consumer Alert warning Floridians about a COVID-19 vaccine survey scam that is making its way to Florida. Earlier this year, the Better Business Bureau warned of scammers contacting citizens by email, text message or phone call offering compensation in exchange for completing a COVID-19 survey. […]
Operation Spring Cleaning, a multiagency task force targeting Brevard County narcotics trafficking, seized drugs, guns and more than $130,000 in cash.
The Florida Board of Education on Thursday approved a rule that Gov. Ron DeSantis advanced in order to ban teaching certain ideas about race and history. […]
Officials announced on Thursday that due to construction and plant upgrades at the South-Central Water Reclamation Facility, there will be limited reclaimed water available to customers in Viera and Suntree area from now through Sunday, June 13. […]
Due to construction and plant upgrades at the South-Central Water Reclamation Facility, there will be limited reclaimed water available to customers from now through Sunday, June 13. […]
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On Thursday, the Florida Board of Education approved a new rule to keep critical race theory out of the classroom.
Two men have been arrested in connection with the May, 10, 2021 shooting death of Titusville resident, Curtis Murray Jr., which occurred during an armed home invasion on the 500 block of Rock Pit Road. […]
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A 320-acre prescribed fire within the Pine Island Conservation Area is planned from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 10 by Brevard County’s Environmentally Endangered Lands Program with assistance from the University of Central Florida’s Landscape & Natural Resources Program. […]
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Residents can expect to see plumes of smoke Thursday from the area south of the Kennedy Space Center
The new Cocoa Police Chief Evander Collier IV hosts forst in a series of Community Walk and Conversation events
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