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.
A football coach for DeLand High School has tested positive for COVID-19.. As a result, the season has been paused for 14 days while students and staff self-quarantine.
Football practice at DeLand High School has been shut down for two weeks after one of their coaches tested positive for COVID-19.
Volusia County schools are finally back in session after the district voted to push back the start date by two weeks in hopes of seeing the spread of the coronavirus slow down, as well as give teachers extra time to train.
Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood personally help out with tornado recovery efforts in DeLand.
Residents in DeLand are recovering after an EF-2 tornado struck the city on Tuesday. Many have been left homeless.
The American Red Cross is assisting victims of a tornado in DeLand, helping those in need stock up on supplies and tarps. About 40 people have received help.
Dozens of homes were destroyed after a tornado touched down in DeLand on Tuesdays. Residents are beginning the process of recovering.
Surveyors from the National Weather Service were in DeLand on Wednesday to determine the strength and destruction from a tornado that struck the city on Tuesday,
An EF-2 tornado has left a trail of destruction in DeLand. The National Weather Service surveyed the damage on Wednesday, a day after the storm hit.
Miami Beach police officers have issued thousands of dollars in fines for coronavirus mask policy violations. In Central Florida, it's a different story as more warnings have been issued.
You may be allowed to walk around in DeLand with a beer in your hand. The idea is to get more people to visit downtown and patronize businesses safely.
Stetson University technology specialists are working to create plastic ear guards that compliment masks and make wearing the face coverings more comfortable.
Dozens of demonstrators gathered at DeLand City Hall to call for an end to deportation