As part of The American Space Museum & Space Walk of Fame celebration series Saturday, it celebrated animals in space.
he economic impact is about $3.2 billion statewide and within a year created more than 32,000 jobs.
The Florida Horseshoe Crab Watch citizen science program was created because of the lack of knowledge about the horseshoe crab population in Florida.
Authorities are still looking for the people responsible.
The decision came due to financial hardships the volunteer museum has endured over the past five years.
Since 2010, the month of January has been designated National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
Sophia Nelson, 12, was struck, killed days before Christmas.
Detectives believe his injuries were sustained somewhere else, and he was dumped at the remote area and left for dead.
Police took two men into custody Friday after following them for several hours and observing suspicious activity from Melbourne to Cocoa Beach.
Now in its 10th year, Surfing Santas draws thousands of spectators. Cash prizes are given out for the best themed costumes.
Thousands turn out every year to cheer on hundreds of surfers dressed as the North Pole’s #1 resident.
The county has spent nearly $10 million on lagoon projects.
An open house will be hosted Thursday for the community to check out the progress.
Things could be changing for residents who use a septic system.
Cocoa Beach is turning something old and outdated into something new.
Group of history lovers hope to purchase the home and the land to keep it from being sold to a developer.
The bridge was damaged by Hurricane Irma in 2017.
Residents have mixed feelings about the development moving forward.
The man accused of child neglect and felony weapons charges in connection to the shooting of a 9-year-old in Titusville will remain behind bars.
Senate Bill 670 was introduced to the Florida Senate in October.