The handcuffing of a 12-year-old with autism at a school in DeLand was justified
DeLand residents say a giant hole in their backyards is getting bigger and they're still waiting for answers
Officials held a groundbreaking ceremony on a new SunRail train station in DeLand. That station is expected to be completed in 2024.
Westbound lanes of Interstate 4 reopened late Thursday night after being closed for several hours due to six different crashes involving 15 vehicles. In total, five people were transported to area hospitals. Witnesses told troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol that it was raining during the time of the crashes. The sequence of events that led to these crashes is still under investigation, troopers said.
DeLand is a Central Florida community that is having great success in attracting young residents
A DeLand woman was arrested for intentionally setting her own house on fire.
An 18-year-old from Florida will run in NASCAR in the craftsman Truck series next season
Residents in DeLand brace for more flooding as St. Johns River continues to rise
The Volusia County Sheriff's Office released body camera video of a deputy responding to a home in DeLand that was damaged by a tree containing hundreds of bees.
A major player in the medical and recreational cannabis industry has chosen DeLand -- a town known for its small town charm -- as its Florida headquarters.
One-by-one, school districts across Central Florida are debating masks in the classroom. The Volusia County School Board is holding an emergency meeting to discuss the issue and it has brought out a lot of people who are either showing show their support of a mask mandate or their frustrations.
“I believe the vaccine has lessened the severity of my symptoms,” the Mayor explained.
he owners of a DeLand car repair shop are cleaning up after a fire damaged the business on Thursday afternoon.
As the weather warms up, bears tend to leave their dens and look for food, the AP reports.
A second suspect wanted in a brutal barbershop attack in December turned himself in to Volusia County deputies on Friday.
A flag flap is causing some tempers to flare in a DeLand neighborhood.
A DeLand police officer who was fired a couple of years ago is back on the force. That officer was accused of mistreating and wrongfully arresting a man. The officer appealed, and an arbitrator said he could go back to work.
A growing number of rookie investors are turning to social media sites for investing tips. A Stetson University finance professor says while it may be enticing to take guidance from social media trends, people should consider long-term investing strategies and thoroughly research where the place their money.
A new hire at the DeLand Fire Department marked a historical moment in the firefighting profession.
A man is accused of beating a disabled man and then fleeing. The victim, who was attacked on Sunday near First Class Barbers, had to be taken to the hospital.