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A man convicted Friday of robbing a mother of five at gunpoint with the children present will serve 20 years in prison, officials said.
Students, pastors and a Florida Supreme Court justice will gather at Bethune-Cookman University Monday and join the national dialogue on race sparked by a police officer's shooting of an unarmed black teen in Missouri.
An outdoor screening of "Sharknado" and live music will be part of this month's edition of Riverfront Fridays.
Local jazz singer Linda Cole and a Bon Jovi tribute band will perform at the Bandshell this weekend.
During a visit to Daytona Beach on Thursday Gov. Rick Scott touted a major roadway construction project for Volusia County and other economic achievements under his leadership as part of his campaign for re-election.
Police investigators in Daytona Beach want to level arson charges against a Sanford man they say is responsible for setting fire to three beachside houses, but said the State Fire Marshals office has them to hold off.
Let's talk sand. Inland people think all sand is alike. One big sandbox. But the sleepiest Florida beachgoer knows there are all kinds of sands out there and the kind of sand defines the kind of beach.
A man who left the Shark Lounge in a huff Friday, upset with his strip club experience, returned with a gun and shot a hole in the building, police said.
A Florida woman who was severely injured in a crash caused by her then-boyfriend, who was allegedly texting while driving, has won a $4.3 million lawsuit.
A Holly Hill man was found guilty of rape Wednesday after evidence showed he beat, scratched and choked a woman, an official with the State Attorney's Office said Wednesday.
City residents will have several additional ballot questions to consider in the Nov. 4 election.
A paid student construction industry internship program could be coming to Volusia County high schools early next year if the Volusia County School Board approves a partnership agreement at its meeting next week.
LAST SEPTEMBER, two police officers in Daytona Beach, Fla., kicked down a door and saw a crazed man who had a knife at his girlfriend's throat.
Attorneys for City Commissioner Carl Lentz have come forward with statements from twin sisters who dance at adult entertainment clubs that contradict claims Lentz threw a drink on a bartender at a strip club.
It's crunch time for Team Volusia Economic Development Corp. to attract new jobs to Volusia County as it enters its fifth year of operation.
The Royal Bahamas Police Force identified the pilot as Robert Dean Carlson, 57. The passengers were Robert Michael Kennedy, 65; Terry Wayne Haines, 57; and Matthew Sokolowski, 42. Their hometowns were not released.
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