Governor Ron DeSantis sent a letter to President Biden requesting federal assistance to provide Internet access to the people of Cuba standing up against communist oppression and demanding a voice after decades of suffering under the yoke of a cruel dictatorship. […]
A small crowd near Blue Springs State Park got a glimpse of hope when a pair of manatees was released after months of successful rehabilitation.
The ship currently has 630 slot machines and 27 table games, including live craps, roulette, blackjack, baccarat and various forms of poker.
Palm Bay Police officials arrest 20-year-old Makayla Harper and 26-year-old Holly Ellison and are charged with cruelty to animals and confinement of animals without food or water. […]
An investigation into the death of a person found lying face down in water at a Titusville marina
From Miami to Pensacola and beyond, ongoing unrest in Cuba has sparked a wave of protests and demonstrations throughout Florida.
See protest photos in Florida of people supporting Cubans. People in Cuba are protesting food shortages and high prices.
A man has been charged with murder and other crimes in relation to a man’s body found in June in the Banana River
The Palm Bay City Council has decided to take away the right of voters to make their voices heard by enacting election reform and it only took them eight days after the unexpected resignation announced by Councilmember Jeff Bailey to hatch the plan. […]
FLORIDA TODAY’s Rob Landers brings you some of today’s top stories on the News in 90 Seconds for July 14th.
Lobster on the menu at Latin Flavor, ‘Legends in Concert’ at the King Center, yoga at Brevard libraries, award-winning play at Surfside Playhouse
The City Council will consider first reading of the election-change ordinance Thursday night. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at Palm Bay City Hall.
With a moratorium on evictions set to expire, Florida distributed just $62.3 million of its $1.4 billion in federal aid for renters through May.
SeaWorld is working to save injured, undernourished and sick animals at their facility in Orlando.
Norwegian Cruise Lines Holdings is seeking an injunction against Florida’s “vaccine passport” ban.
Norwegian Cruise Lines Holdings is seeking an injunction against Florida’s ‘vaccine passport’ ban
Mel Fisher’s Treasure Museum is located at 1322 U.S. Highway 1, Sebastian, Florida. It houses exhibits on archaeology and the 1715 Spanish treasure fleet. […]
Land managers are burning 199 acres at the Buck Lake Conservation Area, a nature preserve