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Several people were evacuated from a Daytona Beach motel after a fire broke out in one of the rooms.
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In observance of the Labor Day holiday today, banks, governmental offices and post offices will be closed in Volusia and Flagler counties.
BECAUSE OF A SHARK SIGHTING THIS AFTERNOON. THAT'S WHY WE ARE THE CAPITOL OF THE WORLDING RIGHT? SHARKS, RIP CURRENTS -- LET'S SEE WHAT IS GOING ON DOWNTOWN ORLANDO.
Jeanette Sciulara had to wait until she was 50 to land her first job and she isn't leaving anytime soon.
Mike Schultz got a bit of a birthday present when he went to the Volusia County tag and title office in Daytona Beach last week.
Call 386-469-9409. 8 a.m. at Daytona Lagoon, 601 Earl St., Daytona Beach. Teams, adults and children can compete in water relay races.
Police officers will gather to remember their fallen comrades and raise money during the seventh annual Policeman's Ball.
Deline Louigene came to the United States with a tumor in her mouth so large she couldn't eat solid food.
A Holly Hill man was killed early Friday morning when his car ran out of gas and he attempted to cross Nova Road, Chief Steve Aldrich said.
City Commission candidate Steve Miller said Thursday the judge who ruled that he should be removed from the ballot this week never should have been involved because the judge's daughter is a friend of Miller's opponent, City Commissioner Kelly White.
DAYTONA BEACH More than four decades ago as Roger Lee Tiffany waited for the body of his brother and fellow soldier to arrive from Vietnam, he and his family stood nearly alone.
By CLAYTON PARK and Fatima Hussein email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 28.08.14 EST Just in time for Labor Day weekend, gas prices are going up, with some stations raising prices as much as 10 cents a gallon overnight.
A homeless man was beaten and his pants were stolen Thursday by two men already on felony probation, Daytona Beach police said.
As summer comes to its unofficial end with Labor Day weekend, all official beach hands will be on deck as some of the largest crowds of the season make their way to Volusia County's beaches.
DELAND Volusia County has lagged other Central Florida counties in recovering from the Great Recession, which ended in 2009, but that could soon change, thanks to several large projects either already underway or planned.
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