Prosecutors said a man accused of being the "pillowcase rapist" could be tied to as many as 25 case. Robert Koehler, 60, was arrested over the weekend in Brevard County and was being held without bond Thursday after his transfer to a Miami jail.
Dozens of manatees have gathered in a canal in Satellite Beach. They are seeking warmth from the cold weather and the sight of them is drawing huge crowds.
The Falcon 9 rocket will carry Starlink communication satellites into space.
Chocolate chip cookies became the first food baked in space from raw ingredients -- and they took two hours to bake, NASA says.
A new report says that 51% of shark attacks in America happened in Florida.
Temperatures were in the upper 30s and 40s but the wind made it feel more like the mid-20s in Brevard County on Wednesday.
This year is expected to be record-setting year for the Space Coast. There is presently a backlog of launches in the works.
The Miami Herald reported on Monday that Florida authorities have arrested a man they believe is the 'Pillowcase Rapist' from the 1980s.
Dozens of bright, handmade kites fell from the sky over a Palm Bay neighborhood this past weekend, according to residents.
SpaceX has a Falcon 9 launch scheduled for Tuesday in Cape Canaveral.
Weather conditions have forced SpaceX to scrub Saturday's abort test launch of their Dragon Crew capsule.
The Central Florida man will bring water purification systems to Puerto Rico as they struggle to recover from earthquakes and aftershocks.
The Florida Institute of Technology is undergoing scrutiny after the school's student newspaper, The Crimson, exposed a discrepancy over crime statistics reported by the university.
Proposed legislation in Tallahassee would require the conversion of pedestrian crosswalks from flashing yellow lights to red.
A new terminal is getting closer to welcoming passengers at Port Canaveral.
A Cocoa police officer fatally shot a man who is accused of attacking a woman with a knife at Prospect Park.
A dangerous, high-speed police pursuit in Melbourne, Florida was captured on a dashboard camera.
A sign in Brevard County honoring two civil rights activists who were killed by the Ku Klux Klan has been removed because it has been riddled by bullets. The sign marks a stretch of roadway which serves as a memorial highway in recognition of Harry T. and Harriette V. Moore.
The search continues for two suspects who hit a deputy with a stolen car and took off.
According to officials, a Brevard County sheriff's deputy was investigating reports of a stolen car when he was nearly run down by the driver.