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28-Year-Old In Custody For Firing Rifle In Deltona Neighborhood

28-Year-Old In Custody For Firing Rifle In Deltona Neighborhood

Deltona, FL – A 28-year-old man is taken into custody after depression allegedly led him to dress up in camouflage and fire multiple rounds from a rifle while walking around a Deltona neighborhood. The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office says Frederick Wenzel was arrested around 6:30am Tuesday after getting at least 17 calls on their 911 […]

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South Daytona Police Looking For Car Theft Suspect

South Daytona Police Looking For Car Theft Suspect

South Daytona, FL – Police are looking for help to find a suspect who stole a car its owner had left running while at a convenience store Monday morning. The South Daytona Police Department says they’re also searching for a 2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo with Florida license plate number 767 VVZ after it was taken […]

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VCSO: Fried Chicken Fight Leads To Husband Attacking Wife

VCSO: Fried Chicken Fight Leads To Husband Attacking Wife

Deltona, FL – A Deltona man is behind bars after deputies say he tried to strangle his wife for eating leftover fried chicken. 45-year-old Desmond L. Brownlee was arrested around 3:30am Monday by the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, soon after deputies arrived to a home on the 1800 block of Fayetteville Avenue. Brownlee’s held without […]

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Port Orange Man Charged With Trying To Burn Girlfriend’s Home

Port Orange Man Charged With Trying To Burn Girlfriend’s Home

Port Orange, FL – A Port Orange man is held on $20,000 bail after authorities say he tried to burn down the home he shared with his girlfriend because he thought she took money from his wallet. 56-year-old Robert R. Hall faces a charge of 1st degree arson following his arrest and booking at the […]

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MLS: Average Sales Price For Daytona Homes Hits 5 Year High

MLS: Average Sales Price For Daytona Homes Hits 5 Year High

Daytona Beach, FL – Daytona Beach real estate prices continue climbing as another 5 year sales price high is hit for detached single-family homes. The Daytona Beach Multiple Listing Service reports that 385 homes were sold this past August for an average median sales price of $160,000. That’s 9 more homes sold and $8,000 more […]

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DBPD Officer Jailed After Taking Wife’s Gun In Lover’s Quarrel

DBPD Officer Jailed After Taking Wife’s Gun In Lover’s Quarrel

Daytona Beach, FL – A Daytona Beach police officer is out on bond after her arrest in a domestic dispute Saturday. She was charged with stealing her wife’s DBPD-issued gun and threatening to kill a woman her wife was seeing. 30-year-old Sarah L. Martin was arrested around 8:30pm Saturday by the Port Orange Police Department and charged with […]

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Upcoming Public Events Scheduled At Embry-Riddle

Upcoming Public Events Scheduled At Embry-Riddle

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 7 p.m. The President’s Speaker Series welcomes Jo Becker, author of Forcing Spring. New York Times best-selling author and columnist Jo Beck will discuss with host Marc Bernier the changing American views on the subject of same-sex marriage and what is happening in the court system in her new book, Forcing Spring: […]

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Human Rights Watch Attorney To Speak At Stetson University

Human Rights Watch Attorney To Speak At Stetson University

DeLand, FL – Megan McLemore, attorney and senior researcher in the Health and Human Rights Division of Human Rights Watch, will give a public lecture at Stetson University,entitled “Crime, Punishment and HIV” at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept 23, in the Stetson Room, on the second floor of the Carlton Union Building, 131 E. Minnesota Ave., DeLand. […]

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Lyonia Environmental Center Announces October Programs

Lyonia Environmental Center Announces October Programs

Deltona, FL – Lyonia Environmental Center will host a variety of hikes and classes – ranging from an owl pellet dissection lab to a nature photography workshop – in October. Programs will be held in the center’s classroom unless otherwise indicated. Reservations are requested and may be made by calling 386-789-7207, ext. 21028. Free programs include: […]

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Deltona Library To Host Medicare Workshop

Deltona Library To Host Medicare Workshop

Deltona, FL – Brush up on the Medicare basics during a free program at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, at the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave. A representative from SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) will explain what is covered under Medicare, how individual parts differ from Medicare Advantage, and how to avoid financial […]

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Ormond Beach Police To Host Coffee With A Cop

Ormond Beach Police To Host Coffee With A Cop

Ormond Beach, FL – Members of the community are invited to chat and enjoy a cup of coffee with Ormond Beach police officers starting this Tuesday and every Tuesday after that for the next month or so. Coffee with a Cop offers community members the opportunity to ask questions and learn about the work the […]

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Halifax Humane Society Holding Beer Naming Contest

Halifax Humane Society Holding Beer Naming Contest

Daytona Beach, FL – Tomoka Brewery and Halifax Humane Society are hosting a contest for the public to pick the name of a new beer created in honor of the animals at the humane society. People can vote on the Halifax Humane Society’s Facebook page (click here) or in person at Tomoka Brewery on East […]

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Volusia Human West Nile Case Confirmed

Volusia Human West Nile Case Confirmed

Daytona Beach, FL – Health officials here are urging residents to take precautions after a suspected human case of West Nile virus has been confirmed by the state laboratory. The case involves a 34-year-old female. The county has been under a mosquito-borne illness advisory since June of this year after cases of equine encephalitis was […]

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Orange City Couple Charged After Toddler Found Wandering Alone

Orange City Couple Charged After Toddler Found Wandering Alone

Orange City, FL-Police have charged an Orange City couple after their toddler was found wandering Sunday evening in only a diaper. The child was found covered in feces after police responded to the mobile home park around 5pm. The child’s father approached police around 15 minutes after authorities arrived on scene. He and the child’s […]

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Gas Prices Hit Lowest Point Since February Nationwide, Fall Again In FL

Gas Prices Hit Lowest Point Since February Nationwide, Fall Again In FL

Volusia County, FL-AAA’s latest gas price report says that gallon of gas you’re pumping has hit it’s lowest price nationally since last February. The cost of a gallon of regular self-serve unleaded in Florida is now $3.32 on average. That’s down from $3.36 a week ago and $3.48 a year ago. The current national average price […]

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Rising From The Ashes, Racing’s North Turn Reopens In Ponce Inlet

Rising From The Ashes, Racing’s North Turn Reopens In Ponce Inlet

Ponce Inlet, FL-One of Ponce Inlet’s most iconic restaurants is set to re-open after an electrical fire forced it to close for the past 2 months. Racing’s North Turn on 4511 South Atlantic Avenue is scheduled to open up again today at 11am. Owner Rhonda Glasnak tells WNDB News that they’re expecting a big crowd […]

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1 Dead & 1 Hurt After Car Runs Off I-95 Into Pond In Flagler

1 Dead & 1 Hurt After Car Runs Off I-95 Into Pond In Flagler

Palm Coast, FL – A Palm Coast resident is dead and another’s in the hospital after a Nissan ran off Interstate 95 and into a pond early Sunday morning. The Florida Highway Patrol says 53-year-old Kenneth Eugene Yarborough died at the scene around 2:39am Sunday at a pond near I-95 and Palm Coast Parkway. According […]

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DeLand Pet Shop Worker Holds Off Abusive Customer With Gun

DeLand Pet Shop Worker Holds Off Abusive Customer With Gun

DeLand, FL – A DeLand man is hauled off to jail Friday morning after a pet shop worker pointed a gun at him claiming he threatened to kill her and her daughter. 62-year-old Leslie J. Gaiman of Oak Drive is held on $3,000 bond on charges of aggravated stalking, assault and trespassing. The DeLand Police […]

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