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Hurricane Warnings for Central America Ahead of Iota

There’s yet another tropical storm in the Atlantic, and this one could bring serious impacts to parts of Central America this weekend and next week. Tropcial Storm Iota formed in the central Caribbean on Friday afternoon, continuing a record run of tropical systems in the Atlantic this season. It’s not expected to threaten the U.S.,… Read More »

Navy Veterans Who Dove for Wreckage, Now Dive to Restore Coral

TAMPA, Fla. — A restoration project shared by the NFL and The Florida Aquarium is giving a group of special operations veterans a new way to use their diving skills.   What You Need To Know Navy veteran divers now help restore Florida coral reefs “Force Blue” retrains and redeploys special operations veterans Partnership with… Read More »

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 »

Tropical Storm Iota Forms in Caribbean

There’s yet another tropical storm in the Atlantic, and this one could bring serious impacts to parts of Central America this weekend and next week. Tropcial Storm Iota formed in the central Caribbean on Friday afternoon, continuing a record run of tropical systems in the Atlantic this season. It’s not expected to threaten the U.S.,… 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 »

Passengers Test Positive for COVID on First Caribbean Cruise Since Pandemic

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — One of the first cruise ships to ply through Caribbean waters since the coronavirus pandemic began ended its trip early after at least seven passengers reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. What You Need To Know The SeaDream I returned to dock in Barbados after at least seven passengers reportedly tested… Read More »