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Students Learn About Job Opportunities at Port Canaveral

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — During the state of the port, Cape Canaveral officials talked about cruise ships setting sail in 2021, but there’s more to the port that cruise ships. What You Need To Know Rockledge High is the only school in Florida with a port simulator $4.6 million fire boat to arrive at Port Canaveral… Read More »

ULA to Take Another Shot at Atlas V Launch This Evening

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – United Launch Alliance is going to try again today at 5:13 p.m. EST to launch an Atlas V rocket that will deliver a classified government satellite into orbit. What You Need To Know Weather 90% favorable for an Atlas V launch today at 5:13 p.m. EST The rocket will deliver a… Read More »

Biden Adviser Suggests 4-6 Week Lockdown to Tackle Coronavirus

One of President-elect Joe Biden’s coronavirus advisers says a nationwide lockdown of four to six weeks could bring the spread of the virus under control. What You Need To Know Michael Osterholm, a coronavirus adviser to President-elect Joe Biden, says a nationwide lockdown of four to six weeks could bring the spread of the virus… Read More »

Tropical Storm Eta Largely Spares Central Florida After Slamming Gulf Coast

WILDWOOD, Fla. — Tropical Storm Eta spared Central Florida the damage that it brought to the Tampa Bay area, though its wind and rain knocked down tree limbs, created hazardous roads, and left thousands without power — particularly in Marion and Sumter counties — as it passed through the region early today. More than 5,000 customers in Marion… Read More »

Deputies Rescue 33 People From Floodwaters In Pinellas Beach Neighborhoods

PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. — Several residents in communities along the Pinellas beaches needed assistance Wednesday night as floodwaters rose while Tropical Storm Eta blew across the region. The storm brought high winds and flooding throughout Pinellas County, especially in Pinellas County’s Gulf beach communities. The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office deployed high water rescue teams throughout… Read More »

Florida on a Tankful: New Smyrna Beach’s Sugar Mill Ruins

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. — Florida has plenty of unique history around the state, especially surrounding the Sugar Mill Factory ruins you can still see today.  1. One of those ruins is located in New Smyrna Beach, the Cruger-dePeyster Sugar Mill ruins, part of the old Cruger-dePeyster Plantation. 2. It’s now registered as an historic site… Read More »

Atlas V Launch Pushed Back Again Due to Eta

CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION, Fla. — An Atlas V rocket that was set to deliver a classified government satellite into orbit this week has been delayed again because of Hurricane Tropical Storm Eta. What You Need To Know Mission is classified satellite for National Reconnaissance Office ULA moved Atlas V to hangar due to… Read More »