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Photos: Arrest mugshots 9-22-17

Tatiyana Asserope, 22, of Clermont, charges: Battery (touch or strike). Brevard County Sheriff's Office - 0922, Brevard County Sheriff Gloria Battle, 23, of Titusville, charges: Marijuana - possession <20 gr; attach tag not assigned vehicle. Brevard County Sheriff's Office - 0922, Brevard County S

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-23 07:00:00

FWC: 'Ghost boat' owner is jailed in Key West

The abandoned "ghost boat" that washed ashore near Melbourne Beach earlier this week was last registered in the name of a man who is jailed in Key West for attempted murder, kidnapping, and a variety of other charges, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission confirmed. Jeffrey Ray Sundw

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-22 23:14:24

West Melbourne police seek information on Subway robbery suspect

West Melbourne Police are asking for the public's assistance in identifying a man who robbed the Subway restaurant located at 3048 West New Haven Avenue in West Melbourne. West Melbourne Police Department West Melbourne Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who robbed the Sub

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-23 14:35:26

'Ghost ship' may take 2 months to remove from Melbourne Beach

It could take anywhere from two weeks to two months to move the mysterious "ghost ship" sailboat off the sand at Spessard Holland South Beach Park, said Don Walker, Brevard County spokesman. The unoccupied 45-foot beached sailboat, Cuki, was reported Tuesday morning. The vessel is registered to a Ke

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-21 19:34:00

Ex-Palm Bay football star plans Irma relief effort

After seeing the devastation that Hurricane Irma left in the Florida Keys, former Palm Bay High football star Eddie Bray says he wanted to do something to help the residents of that area. So he started an initiative to gather relief supplies for residents of the area, which he plans to bring the Key

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-23 14:01:26

High school sports results from Friday, Sept. 22

Edgewood 185, Rockledge 199, Cocoa 245 (From Thursday) (At Turtle Creek; Par-36) Cocoa (245) - Garret Bittinger 47, Nick Hull 57, Riley Rogers 70, Timoth Miles 70. Rockledge (199) - Jackson Snyder 44, Avery Antionewski 50, Thomas Berry 51, Parker Lettau 54. Edgewood (185) - Justin Lansing 44, Jon W

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-23 03:32:24

No contest: Hurricane Irma was worse than Matthew in Brevard

Hurricane Matthew (2016) and Hurricane Irma (2017) were 2 major storms that threatened to hit Brevard County, Florida, head-on. Late turns spared Brevard from the worst of either storm, but there was still damage. Photos by Tim Shortt, Craig Bailey and Malcolm Denemark. Video posted Sept. 22, 2017,

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-22 19:53:14

Brevard leaders pitch community teamwork, economic development

COCOA Nothing like a hurricane, and its aftermath, to illustrate community awareness and teamwork. The trick is keeping that momentum going after a hurricane. Hurricane Irma, which grazed Brevard County about two weeks, was a recurring topic at the Greater Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce's first Space

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-22 21:05:50

The dreadful consequences of cyberbullying

Bullying has been a problem for as long as there have been children in school. In the real world, it still happens with unfortunate frequency. The effects of bullying can be immediate in terms of changed social behavior and poor academic performance. The effects can also be long-term, profoundly aff

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-21 13:32:25

'Labor of Love' reality series casting call

Satellite Beach High School grad Mark Long of MTV's "Road Rules" and "The Challenges," reached out to FLORIDA TODAY to tell us about his casting of talent for a new reality show "Labor of Love." Long lives is Los Angeles and has been casting for shows throughout this year. He said that a major netw

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-22 14:56:00

Brevard athletes diving into Irma recovery efforts

Veronica Petrinec, Titusville HS bowler and National Honor Society officer, helps to clean William J. Manzo Park after Hurricane Irma. Provided photo Fullscreen Eboni Arnold, former Titusville HS basketball player and current National Honor Society officer, helps to clean William J. Manzo Park af

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-22 20:11:19

Man, 53, killed in Cocoa crash

A Cocoa man was killed in a one-vehicle crash Friday morning, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Andrew Franco, 53, was driving his 2012 Jeep SUV southbound on Cox Road around 8 a.m. Near Fisherman's Place, his Jeep went off the road and into a ditch, according to FHP spokeswoman Sgt. Kim Mont

ORLANDO SENTINEL - 2017-09-22 16:08:00

Irma leaves Sykes Creek Bridge in limbo

Severe damage that closed Sykes Creek Bridge on Sea Ray Drive after Hurricane Irma could potentially threaten water service for more than 7,300 residential and commercial customers in Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach and surrounding areas, Cape Canaveral city officials warned Friday on the city's website

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-22 21:17:55

Volunteers reveal new home to Mims tornado victims

It was a full-circle moment as the Justice family pulled up to a cheering crowd of volunteers in Mims on Saturday afternoon. "Welcome home!" the volunteers shouted as the Justices approached the group. The family, which lost everything when a tornado struck their manufactured home during Hurricane

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-23 23:42:03

Central Florida trees turn brown after Irma

In many areas, Hurricane Irma turned trees brown, making them look dead. Although the trees look dead, experts said they are alive and recovering, and what happened was likely windburn. Still, some people are worried. "Lots of questions about it. People are panicking.They're afraid that their tree

WESH - 2017-09-22 20:42:00

Brevard barrier island at risk of losing sole water source after Hurricane Irma

A Brevard County barrier island is at risk of losing its sole potable water source as the Sykes Creek Bridge is in "imminent danger of collapse" due to damage from Hurricane Irma, according to a post on the city's website. The bridge on Sea Ray Drive has the only water main for Cape Canaveral and ot

ORLANDO SENTINEL - 2017-09-22 17:10:00

Crash kills woman near UCF Friday night

A young woman lost her life when she was hit by a car just west of the University of Central Florida Friday night. The Florida Highway Patrol identified the victim as Alexandria Clark, 19, of Orlando. Troopers say she was crossing University Blvd. just west of Alafaya Trail, when she walked into th

WESH - 2017-09-23 15:49:00

Brevard County officials believe Irma damage may have imperiled bridge

MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. - Brevard County leaders are warning that a bridge could collapse due to storm damage from Hurricane Irma. From the road, the bridge over Sykes Creek, on Sea Ray Drive, on Merritt Island looks fine. But there are new concerns about the pilings-which suffered erosion and scourin

WFTV - 2017-09-24 01:40:19

Family of man who drowned in Cocoa while teens watched hold vigil

COCOA, Fla. - The family of a man whose drowning five teenagers recorded held a vigil on Friday, what would have been his 32nd birthday. Family and friends of Jamel Dunn gathered in the rain Friday night to release balloons and sing happy birthday. Fake water company workers steal $5,000 in jewelr

WFTV - 2017-09-23 16:49:39

Driver dies in single-car crash in central Brevard

Today on the News in 90 Seconds, we're looking at the possible affects of Hurricane Maria on the Space Coast, a car ablaze on Merritt Island and another Brevard winner. Video by Luann Manderville and Rob Landers. Posted Sept. 20, 2017 A Cocoa man died in a single-car accident Friday morning, the F

FLORIDA TODAY - 2017-09-22 15:47:06