Day: May 31, 2023

Space Coast News

Infant Dead After Being Left In Hot Car

Tragedy in Palm Bay, where an infant who would have celebrated a first birthday this week is now dead after being left in a car for hours while the baby’s parents attended a service at a church where they are co-pastors. Palm Bay police say the 11 month old baby was discovered in the car […]

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Florida News

Governor On The Campaign Trail In Iowa

GOVERNOR RON DESANTIS CONTINUED HIS PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN IN DES MOINES IOWA YESTERDAY, CRITICIZING SO-CALLED “WOKE” IDEOLOGY….

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Space Coast News

Man With Knife & Shovel But No Pants Attacks Women In Melbourne Park

A Brevard County man was arrested by Melbourne Police who say he was attacking women at a park with a knife and a shovel… while not wearing any pants. 38 year old Rogelio Espinoza is now facing charges including aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; aggravated battery with a deadly weapon; resisting an officer without […]

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Space Coast News

Planning Underway For New Community Pool

Pineapple Cove Classical Academy has campuses in Palm Bay and West Melbourne and is affiliated with Hillsdale College‚Äôs Barney Charter School initiative. The school provides K-12 students an option for classical education on one campus. Now, Pineapple Cove has plans to build a community pool and recreation space in Palm Bay, adjacent to the Pineapple […]

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Florida News Regional News

Seaweed May Present Additional Problem

A huge blob of seaweed is beginning to make some Florida beaches stink, and while the mats of floating sargassum provide great habitat for marine life, it can be a problem for beachgoers. The massive blob is some 5,000 miles wide, and it is headed straight for Florida. While the seaweed itself can be a […]

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Rain Back In The Forecast

The National Hurricane Center this morning, says an area of disorganized showers and storms currently sitting over the Gulf of Mexico will impact Florida over the next few days. Forecasters say the area of unorganized moisture has a low chance of forming into something tropical over the next seven days… Just 20%, and only a […]

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