No firefighters or bystanders were injured.
“A centimeter to the left and we wouldn’t be talking at this time,” said Colby’s mother Lisa Ash. “I’d be burying my youngest son.”
Between all the fights, shootings, and reckless driving, Chief Young said that he only had about 300 officers to manage 50,000 people.
Daytona Beach police say they had to deal with several parking lot parties.
The Mayor of Daytona Beach says he would not like the Daytona Truck Meet to return next year.
Officials in Volusia County say they expect thousands to turn out this weekend for the Daytona Truck Meet 2021.
Investigators confirmed to FOX 35 that the shooting started over an argument.
FOX 35 Storm Team Meteorologist Allison Gargaro was in Daytona Beach on Friday in the FOX 35 Storm Team Thunder Truck to preview the Daytona Truck Meet 2021.
Deputies also said that during the attack, the man fired two shots from a gun, which went through the wall and into an adjacent room
Animal Control officers James Lee and Taylor Cantrell are credited with rescuing a dog that was stuck in a ditch near Daytona Beach International Airport.
Hundreds of thousands of people made their way to Daytona Beach this Memorial Day weekend.
Even with this and all beach parking lots closed, all beaches were at capacity.
For one Volusia County student, graduation came a little early. It was so his dad, who is in hospice care, could see it in person. It was a moment Mainland High School Senior Gabe Bridges will never forget.
People visiting Central Florida beaches were caught by surprise at massive amounts of seaweed that pushed in late last week.
Ahead of an anticipated busy summer travel season, the TSA wants to remind passengers about things not allowed in carry-ons to keep the experience as touch-free as possible.
A 22-year-old man was pulled from the ocean in Volusia County after he was spotted face down and unresponsive.
Volusia County Beach Safety said that a 22-year-old male visiting from Jacksonville with his family entered the water by himself on Sunday morning.
The Daytona Beach Fire Department said two people and their dog were able to get out of a home that caught fire.
The Daytona Beach Police Department, Daytona Beach Fire Department and workers with Waste Pro stopped at the house to make his birthday unforgettable!
It’s official. After a delay because of COVID-19, Welcome to Rockville is coming to Daytona.