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FLORIDA — The Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division has recovered more than $3 million for Florida consumers from the cancellations and scams caused by the pandemic.

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COCOA BEACH — Blue Dunsworth, a senior at Cocoa Beach Jr/Sr High School has won the Central Brevard Art Association's (CBAA) 17th annual student scholarship award.

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MELBOURNE — In the past year, many of us have had to resort to online shopping but now that events are opening up again, it’s time to think local.

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BREVARD COUNTY — A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket is scheduled to launch a missile warning satellite into orbit from Cape Canaveral on Monday May 17.

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FLORIDA — In recognition of World Password Day on May 6 the Florida Attorney General's Office urged residents to take steps to guard their passwords.

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FLORIDA — Between 2016 and 2019 statewide crash data shows that Florida experienced more than 47,000 work zone-related crashes, including more than 300 fatalities and more than 1,800 severe injuries.

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MELBOURNE — Florida Tech is offering a six-week summer program for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors that provides chemistry, calculus, physics and other courses specifically designed to prepare students with diverse educational backgrounds for a STEM-focused education in college.

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BREVARD COUNTY ― The Space Coast Wing Battle is returning for its second year with a new competition on May 22. The event will be brought to the public again by Battle Bros, LLC to benefit The Children's Hunger Project.

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BREVARD COUNTY — It’s that time of year again where bald is in fashion as brave participants raise funds to benefit pediatric cancer.

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BREVARD COUNTY — The Great Florida Air Show, in partnership with Health First, has donated 1,000 tickets for the event to be given to the health care provider's local health care workers who have been combating the coronavirus pandemic.

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MELBOURNE — Active duty, retired and deceased service members from Melbourne are being honored along New Haven Avenue in Downtown Melbourne.

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FLORIDA — A federal court has halted, and frozen the assets of, a nationwide debt relief telemarketing scam that bilked millions of dollars from consumers, pending resolution of allegations made by the Federal Trade Commission and the State of Florida.

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BREVARD COUNTY — Being diagnosed with cancer may be one of the scariest things someone can experience, but it’s not something you have to face alone.

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COCOA BEACH — The four-day 'Thunder On Cocoa Beach' power boat race returns to the Space Coast this month for its 11th year.

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STATEWIDE ― Household vegetable gardening has become a popular hobby and venture for many Americans.

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STATEWIDE – New Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission rules about the possession and sale of invasive reptile species went into effect April 29.

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BREVARD COUNTY — Without a doubt, One Senior Place is a valuable resource to the community, and for 15 years, it has provided advice, care and on-site services to seniors and their families.

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BREVARD COUNTY — Spring is an active time for gopher tortoises, so it is the perfect time for the launch of the new Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Gopher Tortoise Friendly Yard Recognition Program.

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FLORIDA — The Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit and the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a Licensed Practical Nurse for exploitation of an elderly person.

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NORTH BREVARD ― Young artists in northern Brevard County have gotten a leg up in support thanks to the Young Artists Fund (YAF), a local nonprofit organization designed and created to promote and financially support aspiring young student artists.

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COCOA BEACH – The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds were not the only thing soaring sky high last weekend -- Brevard’s tourism economy saw one of its best weekends since the start of the COVID pandemic.

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BREVARD COUNTY – The M.O.R.G.A.N. (Making Opportunities Reality Granting Assistance Nationwide [M.O.R.G.A.N.) Project will once again be hosting its 16th annual Turtle Splash on Saturday May 1. The event will be hosted virtually this year considering COVID-19 restrictions.

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STATEWIDE ― The "audience effect" has long been associated to human behavior, but a recent University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Extension (UF/IFASE) study has found two species of birds that act as influences to other species: the chickadee and titmouse.

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VIERA — Nonprofits aim to make a difference in the community, but sometimes these organizations need a hand from people who are in a position to offer that help.

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MELBOURNE — Every day, our law enforcement, military and first responders answer the call of duty to keep us safe in our homes or out in public.

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The Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) trade association has presented Titusville contractor RUSH Construction Inc. with a 2020 National Safety Excellence Award.

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FLORIDA - The official start of hurricane season is June 1, but after six years in a row of named storms forming ahead of that date, the National Hurricane Center has announced it will begin issuing daily hurricane season tropical weather outlooks starting May 15, two weeks earlier than in t…