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  • For the first time in history, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s SpaceX is poised to launch a recycled rocket back into Earth’s orbit — a milestone that could drastically cut the cost of traveling into space and pave the way for a new era in space travel. Musk’s private space company is scheduled to relaunch a Falcon 9 rocket — which successfully propelled the Dragon cargo ship into space in 2016 — from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center on Thursday, March 30. >> Read more trending news The two-and-a-half-hour launch window opens at 6:27 p.m. ET tonight and runs through 8:57 p.m. ET. >> Related: SpaceX capsule returns space station science to Earth, lands in Pacific Ocean  According to SpaceX, a “rapidly reusable space launch vehicle” could reduce the cost of traveling to space by a hundredfold in the future. The part of the rocket that is being recycled is its main body, which separates from the top part of the rocket and then barrels back to Earth, NBC News reported. So far, after 13 attempts, SpaceX has successfully returned eight rockets back to Earth. But the Falcon 9 rocket launch will be the company’s first time reusing the same booster. Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin, a SpaceX rival, was the first to launch and land the same rocket twice with its New Shepard rocket in 2016.
  • Florida authorities used a victim’s iCloud account to track down three accused armed robbers at a Denny’s restaurant. The victim agreed to meet the suspects, identified as Ellis Colon de la Rosa, Rafael Mayeta Castillo and Nomar Sanchez Figueroa, on Monday night to show the men electronics he was trying to sell, according to WPLG.  >> Read more trending news When the North Bay Village man got into Figueroa’s car with iPhones, sunglasses and laptops, one of the suspects allegedly put a gun to his head while the other two men took the electronics. The three suspects then drove around with the victim, and before letting him go, threatened to kill him if he went to authorities, news outlets reported. Despite the threat, the victim went to police anyway and reported the crime, investigators said. >> Related: Florida man stalks girlfriend, makes 46 calls in 11 hours Authorities used the victim’s stolen iPhone to track the suspects back to a Denny’s in Coral Gables. Police searched Figueroa’s car and found the victim’s stolen property. The three suspects were arrested and charged with armed robbery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and armed kidnapping. The suspects are jailed without bail.
  • A Jacksonville man has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison for receiving sexual abuse videos of children over the Internet. A search warrant was executed on 58-year-old Richard Lord’s Jacksonville home in September 2016. Prosecutors say, while speaking with investigators, Lord admitted to using his cellphones to search for, download, and view child porn. Court records say Lord “constantly” searched for child porn and couldn’t control himself, specifically targeting media with 10 to 12-year-old children.  Investigators found six videos on Lord’s cellphones showing the sexual abuse of young children.  After Lord’s seven year three month sentence in federal prison, he will serve a lifetime of supervision and register as a sex offender.
  • He’s accused of fleeing law enforcement on multiple occasions at high rates of speed.  The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office says they have identified a reckless motorcyclist, on the same day they put a call out for public tips to track the suspect down. The motorcyclist has been the subject of numerous complaints to law enforcement. Both citizens and police officers say this person makes gestures toward anyone who tries to stop him or speak with him.  SJSO says the motorcyclist has been spotted around US 1 South and SR 312 westbound, heading toward 207 and then north on South Holmes Blvd. He’s also known to be in the St. Augustine Beach area, and has been seen on the 312 bridge early in the morning.  The driver is described as a white male in his late 20s to early 30s, with a distinctive tattoo on his right arm. The motorcycle is believed to be a black Yamaha R6 sport bike, but the tag has apparently been tampered with so it’s difficult to read.  Investigators will be following up with the suspect. They’re thanking the community for all of the tips that were submitted.
  • As the Senate Intelligence Committee began a new round of hearings Thursday on meddling by Russia in the 2016 campaign, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) revealed that his top campaign staffers had come under hacking attacks – as recently as yesterday – from internet addresses that led back to Russia. “Former members of my Presidential campaign team, who had access to the internal information of my campaign were targeted,” Rubio said, saying the first attack occurred in July of 2016, just after he had announced he would run for re-election to the U.S. Senate. “10:45 am yesterday, a second attempt was made – again, against former members of my Presidential campaign team,” Rubio told the hearing. Earlier in the day, an expert on Russia’s cyber attacks in 2016 told the one-time Presidential hopeful, that he was clearly on Moscow’s attack list. “Senator Rubio, in my opinion, you anecdotally suffered from these efforts,” said Clint Watts, a cyber and homeland security expert at George Washington University. “All candidates were targeted,” Watts told reporters after the hearing, “it hurt him, but it also hurt people like Jeb Bush; it hurt other candidates on the Republican side.” Rubio urged both parties not to miss the overall point of the Russian attacks. “This is an coordinated effort across multiple spectrums to sow instability, and to pit Americans against one another, politically, socioeconomically, demographically, and the like,” said the Florida Republican.

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