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The Orlando Sentinel
Cops investigating 2 unrelated deadly shootings in Cocoa
Two men were shot to death in two unrelated shootings that took place hours apart Wednesday in the Cocoa area.
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Wed Jul 09, 2014
Sex offender rearrested asks judge to let him out of jail
A registered sex offender has been arrested on molestation charges after he allegedly touched a 12-year-old girl inappropriately twice on Monday in Palm Bay.
Disabled veteran beaten by 2 men who came to his home with woman he met online
A disabled veteran in Cocoa said he opened his door to a woman he met online but it wasn't love at first sight when two men who were with her barged in and attacked him.
Florida generating private sector jobs above national average
Creation of private sector jobs in Florida picked up in June as the state persists as the third biggest job generator in the country, according to a report released Wednesday.
Proposed Florida rail link says to partly open in late 2016
The Florida company planning a privately financed rail line plans to launch service in south Florida in late 2016, it said on Tuesday, but delays have pushed back the timing for a northern leg to Orlando.
Assistant public defender punched by judge resigns in protest after jurist returns to bench
An assistant public defender who said he was punched by a Florida judge in a Brevard County courtroom hallway has resigned in protest following the jurist's return to the bench less than a month after the incident.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Brevard commissioners explore possible medical marijuana regulation
THIS IS "WESH 2 NEWS AT 5" IN HIGH DEFINITION. BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TOOK UP THE ISSUE OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA TODAY.
Brevard County looking into medical marijuana regulations before November vote
On Tuesday, commissioners asked staff not only to look at ordinances passed in other parts of the state, but other parts of the country as well.
Red Bull litters Florida highway after crash
Troopers told the AP the truck carrying more than 30,000 pounds of Red Bull was headed north when the driver attempted to move to the center lane because another truck was stationed on the shoulder of the road.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?
President Barack Obama delivered a gritty message to a packed gymnasium of supporters Sunday afternoon at Florida Institute of Technology's Melbourne, Florida campus .
Suspects in police chase, fiery crash remain in hospital
Three people are still in the hospital after a fiery crash ends their attempt to escape police in Cocoa on Friday.
Historic Roseland Women's Club installs Officers
This group was founded in the early 1920s and was instrumental in developing and preserving one of the oldest settlements in Indian River County, and is truly an "Old Florida" community.
NWS: Tornado touched down in Titusville
RIGHT NOW, WAS IT A TITUSVILLE TWISTER? EXPERTS ARE TRYING TO ANSWER THAT QUESTION NOW.
Public defender in courtroom fight resigns
The assistant public defender who was involved in a courtroom fight with Brevard County Judge John C. Murphy resigned this morning, saying he disagreed with Public Defender Blaise Trettis' support of Murphy's Public defender in courtroom fight resigns The assistant public defender who was involved in a courtroom fight with Brevard County Judge John ... (more)
Sinclair Law Cautions Against Unsafe Airboat Practices
Airboats are a fun way to enjoy time on the water, but can be quite dangerous. After two men were injured in a recent airboat crash on the St. John's River in Brevard County, Sinclair Law wants to remind people of some safety tips to help avoid such accidents.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Post Traumatic Stress Therapy helps vets still fighting after the battle ends
On a recent Saturday morning, more than two dozen men suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder packed into a room for group therapy to share their feelings of anxiety, anger, fear, guilt and hyper vigilance.
NBC space correspondent writes Neil Armstrong book
There's one thing Jay Barbree wants to make clear - his latest book is not a biography.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Heavy thunderstorms forecast for Indian River, Brevard counties until 5:45 p.m. Saturday
The National Weather Service has issued a significant weather advisory until 5:45 p.m. for Indian River and Brevard counties for strong wind gusts and small hail.
The Orlando Sentinel
Attorneys from Seminole square off in judicial race
Seminole County voters must decide four circuit-judge races come Aug. 26. One of the most dramatic is a three-way race for a circuit-judge spot in Sanford .
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Expect 50 percent chance of showers Saturday, Sunday
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