A string of businesses at Pappa's Plaza along South Atlantic Avenue in Daytona Beach was hit particularly hard. The plaza was home to Stroud's BBQ, Tres Leches Cafe restaurants, Aloha Laundry, and Carmine's Pizzeria.
This will be Biketoberfest’s 30th year in Daytona Beach. Organizers want to let visitors know the event is still up and running.
Daytona Beach is preparing for its 30th year of Biketoberfest as the city cleans up the mess left behind Hurricane Ian
A U.S. flag now flies high and dry above the St. Johns River after it was rescued from the swollen river by Central Florida deputies during the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
Residents in one DeLand neighborhood along the St. John’s River are bracing for more flooding as they anticipate the river to rise.
Residents in DeLand brace for more flooding as St. Johns River continues to rise
The city of Daytona Beach has a long road ahead in its recovery following Hurricane Ian. One of the things people seem to be most frustrated about is the lack of direction following the storm.
The Volusia County School District is having to reroute its buses and reorganize its student pickups because of flooding. The water in some streets is still about a foot high – if not worse.
Winds from Tropical Storm Ian damaged the recently repaired jetty in Ponce Inlet.
Volusia County has relocated some bus stops to avoid flooding or damage from Hurricane Ian.
Verizon Wireless said it has resolved an issue for customers who were reporting difficulty when calling 911.
Cars littered across Volusia County roadways impacted by floodwaters were a common sight as Hurricane Ian dumped massive amounts of rain on the coastal county.
A skydiver in Central Florida has died after their parachute failed to open, according to the DeLand Police Department.
Two linemen working to restore power knocked out by Hurricane Ian in the Venetian Bay neighborhood in New Smyrna Beach are hurt from potential electric shock, according to city officials.
A man was saved by Volusia County Deputies after his truck became submerged in floodwaters from Hurricane Ian early Saturday morning.
Volusia County has now been added to the list of residents who can get assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) following the destruction left behind by Hurricane Ian.
Nearly two dozen deaths had been reported across the state, three of which have been confirmed in Central Florida, officials said.
The City of Edgewater is in recovery mode right now. The Edgewater Police Department and National Guard evacuated 75 people from their homes Friday. Crews worked to drain water, clear trees, and restore power.
Latest information on Hurricane Ian's impact in Florida, including fatalities, reported deaths, damage, rescues, and how to apply for FEMA assistance.
Hurricane Ian claimed the life of a New Smyrna Beach man after the 67-year-old drowned while waiting to be rescued.