A girl, age 6, died after being accidentally shot in Palm Bay. She suffered a gunshot wound to the head and was transported to Holmes Regional Medical Center where she later died.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, Downtown Melbourne could see a new luxury apartment tower.
Firework sales are on the rise as mass gatherings are being canceled for the Fourth of July.
A planned fireworks show that would have been funded by Rep. Randy Fine, a Palm Bay Republican, has been rejected by officials with the City of Melbourne.
Right now, nearly 2 million Floridians are unemployed -- furloughed or laid off -- as the coronavirus crisis has crippled major industries of all types.
While many law enforcement agencies in Central Florida require body cameras for its officers, at least two departments in Brevard County have yet to implement the devices.
More than two million Americans became first-time gun owners this year.
Pulling off a successful launch involves a lot of people and weather observations play a huge factor. As two men prepare to launch into space this week, four women are on the ground, watching the weather.
A Florida woman was arrested after allegedly kissing strangers at a Brevard County restaurant bar.
Florida Tech is cutting its football team due to uncertainties surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
Michael Alvarez told FOX 35 Orlando that he was fishing off his friend's dock on Melbourne Beach when he spotted two sawfish sharks swimming along the shoreline in about waist-deep water.
All of Brevard County's beaches and parking lots will reopen to the public. Gyms are not permitted to open in the first phase of reopening, but on Melbourne gym is being defiant, claiming they cater to private members.
A elderly man was beaten at a gas station in Melbourne and the hunt continues for the suspect.
Aerion Supersonic said that they plan to create at least 675 new jobs by 2026 as part of a multi-year $300 million investment.
Since the OMNI Healthcare coronavirus testing site opened in Melbourne last Tuesday, officials said that they have tested more than 3,000 people.
A drive-through COVID-19 testing site officially opened in Brevard County on Tuesday.
More people are getting tested for the coronavirus because additional testing sites are opening, including one in Melbourne and another at the University of Central Florida.
Police said that the suspect had a weapon and barricaded himself inside a room before confronting officers.
The Brevard County coronavirus testing site plans to test 1,000 people per day.
Deputies said that the suspect attempted to cut his brother before threatening him with a handgun.