Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood was hit by a vehicle while biking in Port Orange, the Sheriff's Office said on Thursday.
When the suspect got out of his car, deputies said that he shot at law enforcement, hitting a New Smyrna Beach police officer, and ran off.
A Volusia County teacher has been missing for weeks. Robert Heikka, 70, is a teacher a Creekside Middle School.
A Volusia County couple on their honeymoon were killed in a plane while returning to Florida from Colorado.
Fire officials confirmed that the fire was accidental in nature and caused by an electrical issue.
The veteran explained that after about twenty minutes, a manager came up to them and told them that they had to leave.
Police said that the dog had several abnormal injuries that are not consistent with a natural death. They also found blood and other evidence on the ground outside that was consistent with the injuries of the dog.
Deputies identified the suspect as 28-year-old Conrad Massey. He allegedly shot the victim following an argument and the victim survived.
A popular Port Orange restaurant reopened its doors Tuesday after closing down for a week.
They will close temporarily so that every restaurant employee can get tested on Tuesday. They anticipate a 72-hour turnaround for results.
A Port Orange business owner says she's facing backlash for requiring customers to wear face masks.
Port Orange city management is allowing city playgrounds and splash pads to reopen.
The Volusia County Sheriff's Office actually thanked the demonstrators for staying peaceful throughout the protest.
The past several weeks have been all about COVID-19 at Sumner Hardware, a mom and pop business in Port Orange.
Hardware stores are adjusting hours and supplies, shifting from coronavirus response to hurricane season preparations.
Two victims were reportedly transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Laurel Rogers disappeared 10 years ago, but her family and friends aren't stopping in their search for answers.
Timothy Taylor, 23, was charged with two counts of child neglect and resisting an officer without violence.
Residents in one Port Orange neighborhood are begging the city to do something about a rat infestation. It all started at an abandoned house and they are spreading everywhere.
Chief Thomas Grimaldi found himself on the other side of the law in late October when caught for speeding by his own officer, and he says he did what was right and paid up for it.