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Brevard County: Stakes are high for inaugural 'Casino Night'
BREVARD -- Get ready to ante up, all for a great cause. On Saturday, April 26, Promise in Brevard will host its inaugural "Casino Night," a special gala event, from 6:30 to 11 p.m. in Cocoa. Featuring dozens of classic, Vegas-styled casino games, as well as a sile......
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Indian River County: Fishing heritage remains, methods and focus change
SEBASTIAN -- The city of Sebastian has a rich history of locals fishing for their supper and their livelihood in both the Indian River Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean, but times are changing, and the fishing industry is too. A walk or drive along Indian River Drive in Sebastian gives visitors a glimp......
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Martin County: Local group aims to halt high-speed train
TREASURE COAST -- One Treasure Coast grassroots organization is on a mission to inform the public and shut down All Aboard Florida's high-speed rail, but they can't do it alone. Florida Not All Aboard, co-founded by K.C. Traylor two months ago before "high speed rail" became a buzz word, wants nothing more t......
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St. Lucie County: Student turns life around with help of martial arts
PORT ST. LUCIE -- Teenage years can be difficult. With pressures from school, home and friends, it can be hard to always make the right choices. When Spencer Papp, 17, found himself heading down the wrong path, he turned to the Japanese martial art known as Aikido. Aikido, founded by Morihei Ueshi......
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Volusia County: Childhood Cancer Foundation wants to help
Don Hill did not retreat into self-pity when cancer intruded on his family. When he accompanied his wife Sandra to her treatments for breast cancer, Mr. Hill took a look around. He found perhaps the most heart wrenching segment of the cancer-afflicted population -- children. Mr. Hill listened to helplessly despairing parents and h......
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