Dan Billow, WESH 2 News

Dan Billow

WESH 2 News

Cape Canaveral, FL, United States

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Past articles by Dan:

Brevard representative and local group claim district is promoting Critical Race Theory

Members of Moms for Liberty, a group that promotes conservative causes in schools, gathered alongside State Representative Randy Fine of Palm Bay to accuse Brevard Public Schools of supporting Critical Race Theory. → Read More

A company wants to send tourists to space using device similar to a balloon

The price of a trip to space is dropping, and you can buy a ticket today for $125,000. → Read More

St. Tammany officials searching for man believed to be endangered in Washington Parish

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office is searching for a man they say may be endangered. → Read More

Packages of cocaine found by sea turtle nesting surveyor in Cape Canaveral

The packages added up to 30 kilograms, about $1.2 million worth. → Read More

Judge hears arguments regarding cruise line lawsuit

Florida's fight to remove CDC restrictions on the cruise industry reached a courtroom climax. → Read More

Port Canaveral bursting at seams with imported wood during lumber shortage

Port executives say builders and suppliers are snapping up the lumber as fast as it comes in. → Read More

Suggested changes to BeachLine could mean end to toll-free Brevard County

Tolls were eliminated in Brevard County about 25 years ago. Residents were that would be permanent. → Read More

SLS super-rocket rolls off transport barge at Kennedy Space Center

At 21-stories tall, the SLS is as tall as a SpaceX Falcon 9 and it's only the first stage. → Read More

No appointments needed at Brevard's largest COVID-19 vaccination site

The county health department on Judge Fran Jamieson Way is now open for no-appointment vaccinations every weekday from 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. → Read More

NASA's most powerful rocket arrives at Kennedy Space Center

The rocket comes with the hope of the United States sending astronauts back to the moon. → Read More

NASA prepares for historic flight of Mars aircraft Ingenuity

On Sunday, the four-pound, 20-inch tall experimental flyer will launch for the first time. → Read More

Man accused of charging at Brevard deputies with sword

n arrest report says Michael Desandro charged at three deputies, swinging the sword in a chopping motion as they were walking up the stairs. → Read More

Carnival Cruise Line threatens to pull ships out of US

With no end in sight to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's cruise industry shutdown, cruise companies say it’s a matter of survival to get business somewhere else. → Read More

Gov. DeSantis: Biden administration failing to deport 'criminal aliens'

President Biden’s Homeland Security chief has directed the deportations be prioritized to target terrorists and killers. → Read More

Company to work with NASA creating inflatable space station

The space station will grow its own food and will accommodate scientists and astronauts from multiple countries, along with paying space tourists. → Read More

Navaho missile restored, put on display in Cape Canaveral

The missile is now a red and white landmark at the entrance to Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. → Read More

Man shot, killed Thursday morning in Mims

Authorities are searching for the person who shot and killed a man in broad daylight in a Mims neighborhood. → Read More

Brevard Zoo works to save sick sea turtles

Sick sea turtles are washing up on beaches in Central Florida and throughout the state. → Read More

Parent group speaks out against Brevard Schools LGBTQ+ guidelines

The guidelines say all LGBTQ+ students have the right to decide when and to whom their gender identity and sexual orientation are shared. → Read More

Mars rover slowly rolling toward crater outcrop in search for fossils

The rover will head for the outcrop at about .01 miles an hour. → Read More