Scammers call claiming you need to pay the Brevard State Attorney’s Office money.
The group plans to recognize other veterans buried in area cemeteries.
We’re a couple weeks away from its first test launch.
Instead of cutting the old oak down, an idea grew.
The club worked for more than a year to fund the project and garner city support.
She performed CPR on a man at Melbourne’s Andretti Thrill Park.
Caribbean Fire Rescue Benevolent is donating a fire tanker, ambulance, and a fire engine to the town of south Bimini.
Former Brevard deputy Yousef Hafza maintains his innocence under Florida’s Stand Your Ground law.
A retired City of Melbourne recreation supervisor has gone real ‘big’ since putting on the apron full time in 2010.
Lynne Nungesser died this past Mother’s Day.
The orange and yellow plywood cards were released along the coast with the aim of figuring out where marine debris drifts.
The goal is to see just where marine debris, caused by us, goes.
The Titusville mother and two children were found safe several hours later. The children’s father is facing charges.
“When in doubt, leave it out”: That’s the message from Waste Management, which is seeing an uptick in contaminated recycling.
The event was part of L3Harris’ community service initiative.
The new decals are being put on the agency’s patrol vehicles.
Contractors have often bore the brunt of government shutdowns.
Carter, a 2-year-old lab, had been returned to the Brevard Humane Society twice. That worked out for Robert Young.
But now, for the first time, a commercial space pilot will be honored five years after a tragic crash.
The 321 area code officially went into effect November 1, 1999.