NASA confirms that object that collided with Florida house was from space station

Rusty old Satellite spinning out of control and falling down from space into Earth. Big chunk of space debris rotating in orbit around Earth — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Image by: Albert89 NASA claims that space trash from the International Space Station was the metal object that broke through a Florida home last month. The 1.6-pound

An endangered Bornean orangutan birth at Florida’s Busch Gardens

Cheetah Hunt rollercoaster at Busch Gardens, FL — Courtesy: Shutterstock — VIAVAL TOURS At Florida’s Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, an endangered Bornean orangutan newborn has entered the world. The young orangutan, which weighed slightly over three pounds (1.3 kilograms), was delivered by cesarean section on Saturday, according to park officials. After her surgery, Luna, the

The inflation crisis in Florida is getting out of hand

Man viewing receipts in supermarket and tracking prices during inflation – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Denys Kurbatov The consumer price index (CPI) increased unexpectedly by 3.5 percent in March compared to the same month last year, shattering expectations that the Federal Reserve would lower interest rates any time soon. This suggests that inflation may

Thirteen cities have increased hiring; Texas and Florida lead the way, while the coasts are dwindling

Now hiring sign at McDonald’s location in Sunny Isles Beach, FL – Courtesy: Shutterstock by Kristi Blokhin The economy is trending downward in the most advantageous manner. The coastal Southeast and the Rockies are seeing significant economic growth, with an increase in the availability of well-paying jobs and reasonably priced homes. And with a burgeoning

Florida’s Turnpike will host the largest Tesla charging station in the world

Tesla charging station – Courtesy: Shutterstock by Natali Glado Osceola County – Drivers of Tesla vehicles will soon have the option to pause and recharge when traveling from Central Florida to South Florida. Tesla intends to construct a sizable supercharger facility in Osceola County, close to the Florida Turnpike. It is anticipated to be the

When will Florida see its solar eclipse in 2024?

Solar eclipse – Courtesy: Shutterstock by aeonWAVE The complete solar eclipse that will occur on Monday, April 8 is only a day away. The Great North American Eclipse’s path of totality will begin in the South Pacific Ocean between Mexico and New Zealand, cross into Oklahoma from Mexico, and then proceed northeast (diagonally) across the

‘Historic’ haul of more than $50 million raised by the Trump campaign at a Florida fundraiser

Donald Trump – Courtesy: Shutterstock by Matt Smith At a GOP dinner on Saturday night in Palm Beach, Florida, the campaign team of the former president claims to have raised over $50 million, shattering previous records for a Republican or Democratic candidate. Campaign spokesman Danielle Alvarez claimed, “It took three Democratic presidents to raise $25

Manatees in Florida have an addiction to power plants. Researchers are easing them off

Manatees — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Image by: Lukasz Machowczyk Manatees in Florida were driven from warm springs to power plants by pollution. Their new built homes are disappearing as the state moves toward renewable energy. On the Gulf Coast of the state, close to Apollo Beach, the huge, gray, barnacled Florida manatees idly float close

Florida Supreme Court to rule today on amendments pertaining to marijuana and abortion

United States Supreme Court building — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Steve Heap The Florida Supreme Court has until the end of the day to decide whether or not voters will be able to comment on two proposed amendments that deal with marijuana use for recreational purposes and abortion rights in November. In regards to the citizen

Preventing playground burns in your children on sunny Florida days

Playground set — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Trong Nguyen Families are getting ready for more beach days, pool outings, and, of course, playground adventures as temps climb around Central Florida. But parents should be aware of a hidden risk that comes along with the warmer weather: playground equipment can burn children’s sensitive skin in a matter