Author: Space Coast Daily

SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Maddux Keeley Selected FNLR-Erdman Automotive Player of the Game

SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Maddux Keeley of the West Melbourne All-Stars was selected Friday Night Locker Room–Erdman Automotive Player of the Game for his outstanding play against Eau Gallie. Maddux was interviewed by the Friday Night Locker Room’s Steve Wilson after their 14-4 win.

AAA STUDY: 14.8 Million Americans Report Driving High On Marijuana in Past 30 Days

An estimated 14.8 million Americans report driving within one hour of using marijuana in the past 30 days. This alarming figure is part of the findings of a new AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety survey. This survey also revealed that nearly 70 percent of Americans feel it’s unlikely people who drive high will be caught by police. 

UPDATE: U.S. Coast Guard Continues Search for Missing Fisherman Russell Minor 300 Miles East of Cape Canaveral

The Coast Guard is continuing to search Tuesday for missing fisherman Russell Minor 300 miles east of Cape Canaveral. On Sunday, Coast Guard 7th District Command Center watchstanders received a report from the “Day Boat Too,” a 46-foot fishing vessel, stating Minor went overboard.

SPACE COAST DAILY TV: The Friday Night Locker Room Introduces ‘Anja and the Dreamers’ at IndieCon 2019

The Friday Night Locker Room’s Steve Wilson and Orville Susong had a chance to catch Anja and the Dreamers performance at IndieCon 2019. Members of the all-girl, rock ‘n roll band are Anja Conklin, Elissa Gilbert and Clara Padden. Wilson talked with the trio after their performance.

EVENT SPOTLIGHT: Marine Resources Council To Host ‘Mangroves Matter’ on Saturday, July 20

The Marine Resources Council (MRC) celebrates International Mangrove Day by hosting Mangroves Matter, a free event on Saturday, July 20 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. MRC Science, Education, and Mangrove Teams will answer mangrove and lagoon questions.

Jess Parrish Medical Foundation Award Hannah Cline Memorial Scholarships for Study in Mental Health Care

Jess Parrish Medical Foundation, in partnership with Hannah’s Heroes, Inc. awarded $5,500 in scholarships to three outstanding North Brevard graduating high school seniors that are pursuing studies in the field of mental health care.