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A memorial park at Lake Nona in Orlando to honor fallen troops from Brevard and five other Central Florida counties is on schedule to be completed before the end of the year.
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Brevard County is considering a plan to merge its mosquito control helicopter operations with the sheriff's aviation unit in a move that could save the county about $3.3 million during the next 12 years, partly by not having to buy two new helicopters.
A decision by the Boy Scouts of America's National Council to allow openly gay youth to participate is expected to raise further controversy as Scout leaders head back to Brevard County and Central Florida to discuss the policy change with parents and church leaders, officials say.
A motorcyclist was airlifted to a hospital after a crash early this morning on Merritt Island.
Some unique tourists are packing their trunks and heading for the Florida coast.
Brevard County will build a new community center at Wickham Park and the city of Melbourne will run it, under a plan approved by county commissioners.
A Titusville man is facing charges including grand theft after Brevard sheriff's deputies say he stole more than a ton of roofing supplies, and then sold them to a salvage yard.
17. Vendors will offer health screenings and information, including free cancer and HIV screenings.
A North Carolina man is facing charges for attempted murder and stalking after gunfire erupted at a Melbourne shopping plaza Wednesday.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, flanked by several police chiefs, introduced several crime prevention outreach programs today, including a computer app that will allow users to be a click away from sending in tips.
Florida's State Emergency Response Team hosts the 2013 Statewide Hurricane Exercise Monday, May 20 through Thursday, May 23 at the State Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee.
Four years ago, the people of New Hope Counseling Center, a practice in Satellite Beach that employs faith-based therapy, sought a way to raise funds in a way consistent with its character: family-oriented, challenging but not aggressive, and above all, fun.
Wherever Jeff Lammers goes next with PadStar Publishing, he's going to be $1,000 richer.
Brevard's school board and county commission need to mend relations, and fast. Checks and balances are healthy.
A South Carolina man was arrested in Cocoa Beach Tuesday morning by the U.S. Marshals Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force.
Brevard County government and school district officials hoped to begin smoothing out their differences about school closings and other issues at a "conflict assessment meeting" Tuesday.