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While building their robot for the FIRST Robotics competition, local students on The Pink Team ran into a problem: The ball the machine was designed to throw keptslipping off the flywheel.
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From Port Canaveral to Dragon Point, local governments along both sides of the waterway have now passed ordinances prohibiting application of nitrogen-rich lawn food during the rainiest months, from June 1 through September.
A Rockledge man and an Alabama man pleaded guilty in federal court yesterday for harassing manatees, in a March 2012 incident in which the Alabama man "cannonballed" from a Cocoa Beach dock onto a manatee and her calf, and a video of the incident was later posted on Facebook.
Blake Martin and Seth Andrew Stephenson were caught after they posted a video of their stunt on the Internet Two Florida men who recorded video of themselves luring a pair manatees in a canal near Cape Canaveral to a dock so they could 'cannonball' the animals pleaded guilty Thursday to federal endangered species charges.
I want to thank Cocoa Beach Mayor Dave Netterstrom and the City Commission for their recent decision to remove the red-light cameras in Cocoa Beach.
William Pogue knew early on. He wanted to fly. When he was 14, the Oklahoma-born son of educators saved his money, then spent it -- $25 -- on flight lessons.
If you're hoping to find that special someone in Central Florida, look no further than Kissimmee, Longwood and Cocoa Beach.
Proceeds benefit the Freedom 7 Senior Community Center. Call 321-783-9505 or visit freedom7seniors.org.
A defective circuit breaker delayed of the opening of a huge water slide last weekend in Cocoa Beach.
The Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce is close to 2,000 members and is a partnership of business and professional people working together.
After midnight on June 2, 1979, former Cape Canaveral resident Paul "Sonny" Featherman was confronted by an unidentified gunman in the bedroom of his new home in Hawaii.
In Ohio, it's the "Homestead Exemption and Property Tax Rollback." New York's is the "School Tax Relief Exemption," or "STAR" program.