The wife reportedly told investigators that she had left her husband at home earlier in the day while he was working on his yard and the pool deck.
Skydive DeLand is mourning the loss of one of its own after he was killed in a skydiving accident Sunday morning.
Witnesses reportedly said that two parachutists collided mid-air with their parachutes open. Only one of the two was able to regain control.
DeLand police are investigating a shooting incident that impacted two homes.
The university expects 2,800 guests over the four ceremonies.
After being shot, police say she continued to drive home and police were called.
Novavax Inc. is awaiting approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for emergency use authorization of its COVID-19 vaccine. In Central Florida, the company is starting paid clinical trials in DeLand and Lakeland to see how effective the same vaccine is on teenagers.
Authorities in Volusia County are investigating after they said a man was shot multiple times in DeLand.
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 for the community.
A new hire at the DeLand Fire Department marked a historical moment in the firefighting profession.
The DeLand Police Department is asking for the public's help after someone stole a Stetson University medallion.
Jay D’Angiolillo, 41, was pronounced dead at the scene, despite efforts by witnesses and paramedics who attempted to save him.
Three people suffered non-life threatening injuries in a fire that broke out Sunday morning in DeLand.
Anyone with information is asked to call police.
The victim was admitted to AdventHealth DeLand to be treated for his injuries and was later released.