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Brevard County

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  • Florida rains provide endless summer photo opportunities

    Florida rains provide endless summer photo opportunities
    If you're a photography enthusiast in Florida, chances are you've been rained out on more than one occasion, particularly in the soggy summer months. But while the daily thunderstorms and towering clouds from June to September may not always be the most...
  • Eau Gallie Founders Day event set for Feb. 16 in Melbourne

     
    The Third Annual Eau Gallie Founders Day Fish Fry will unfold from noon to 5 pm Saturday, Feb. 16, in Eau Gallie Square at the corner of Highland Avenue and Eau Gallie Boulevard in Melbourne. A joint project of the Eau Gallie Arts District Main Street and...
  • Monarch of the Seas leaving Port Canaveral

     
    After 22 years of sailing the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, Royal Caribbean's Monarch of the Seas is leaving Central Florida again - this time for good. On April 1, right after its last trip to Royal's private island of CocoCay in the Bahamas, the cruise...
  • Free entrance to national parks on Saturday

    Free entrance to national parks on Saturday
    Get in free at U.S. National Parks on Saturday, Sept. 29, as part of the park system's free entrance program. The park service is waiving fees to over 100 parks around the country to celebrate National Public Lands Day. Parks on the Florida list:...
  • Juror busted on theft charges

    Juror busted on theft charges
    Kyle Powell, 18, of Palm Bay, is accused of entering two separate offices while serving as a juror at the Brevard County Courthouse and sealing an iPhone and about $227, reports Florida Today in Melbourne. He was on a break at the time. Get the...
  • Rx for Danger: Pain clinic owners made millions, hired 10 doctors to write illegal scripts, feds say

    Rx for Danger: Pain clinic owners made millions, hired 10 doctors to write illegal scripts, feds say
    While "patients" lined up outside Professional Pain Center, dropped their used needles in nearby parking lots and sold their prescription pills across the street, federal agents were watching and quietly building a case against the Longwood pain clinic....
  • Woman says someone stole her driveway

    When the Reddick woman arrived home and drove onto her driveway she felt a large “bump,” reports the Ocala Star-Banner. That because some banditos had lifted 300-square-feet of brick pavers from her driveway Tuesday. So, hold unto your hat...
  • Man traveled to Florida, robbed bank to pay for Disney cruise, cops say

    Man traveled to Florida, robbed bank to pay for Disney cruise, cops say
    After Cedrick Royce Swinson, a 37-year-old North Carolina man, his girlfriend and her two kids, ages 6 and 11, had driven overnight to take a Disney cruise leaving Brevard County, he discovered the cash for his final payment on the tickets was not...
  • CFB Top Employers 2012 footnotes

    Adventist: Excludes 2,954 per-diem workers; includes Florida Hospital system and several Adventist Care Center nursing homes. Comcast: Universal Orlando resort; excludes local cable-TV operations. Orlando Health: Excludes 1,632 per-diem workers; does...
  • Feud over doggie doo-doo lands man in Big Dog House

    Another FloriDUH poochie poop war. Here's a guy with his own surefire doggie waste removal plan. Cops say Joseph M. Williams, 55, grabbed his gun and confronted a neighbor about the neighbor’s pit bull's 'activities' on his lawn, reports Florida...
  • Cop crashes: 4 fatal Central Florida incidents

    Cop crashes: 4 fatal Central Florida incidents
    Four Central Floridians have died in crashes that authorities blame, at least in part, on officers in patrol cars. Ed Soistman Orange County Deputy Malinda Miller was on a routine patrol before dawn Aug. 17, 2010, when she overheard another deputy on...
  • Collision with the law, Day 2: Cop crashes leave devastated families

    Collision with the law, Day 2: Cop crashes leave devastated families
    Almost three years after her brother's death, Aluria Clarke is still furious. Victor Steen was riding a bicycle in 2009 when a Pensacola police officer tried to pull him over. The 17-year-old didn't stop, so Officer Jerald Ard shot him with a Taser...