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A1A Super Scenic Garage Sale Saturday

Ponce Inlet, FL –Â It’s time for the 2018 Super Scenic Garage Sale, organized by the Friends of A1A Scenic & Historic Coastal Byway. The tenth annual garage sale runs along four Florida Scenic Highways and spans five counties with 150 miles of shopping. The route runs from Ponce Inlet to Fernandina Beach. The partner byway in Volusia County is ... Read More »

VCSO: UPS Package Dispute Leads To Drive-By Shooting

Deltona, FL – The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office and United States Marshals team up to arrest a 28-year-old man for a drive-by shooting last month, one which detectives say was sparked by a UPS package. Michael D. Lawson Jr. was taken into custody this morning (November 16th) at a home on West Nemo Drive in Deltona. VCSO spokesperson Andrew Gant ... Read More »

Federal Judge Rejects Two Florida Election Lawsuits

Tallahassee, FL – With a machine recount in the rearview mirror and a manual recount underway, the legal challenges over Florida’s elections are piled up. In two rulings late Thursday, U.S. District Judge Mark Walker shot down an attempt to keep Republican Gov. Rick Scott from interfering in the recount process and nixed another challenge focused on the way county ... Read More »

Port Orange Woman Indicted For Husband’s Murder

Daytona Beach, FL – A 34-year-old Port Orange woman is now behind bars after a grand jury indicted her for the murder of her husband earlier this year. Latoya Woodard was booked at Volusia County Jail last night (November 15th) on a second-degree murder charge, hours after the indictment was handed down. She’s currently held without bond. Volusia County Sheriff’s ... Read More »

Federal Judge Refuses To Extend Recount Deadlines

Tallahassee, FL – Saying he refuses to “fashion a remedy in the dark,â€� a federal judge Thursday turned down a request by U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson’s campaign and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee to extend recount deadlines in last week’s elections. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Mark Walker came shortly before a 3 p.m. deadline for counties to report ... Read More »

Couple Arrested On Child Abuse Charges At Park

Daytona Beach, FL – A couple find themselves in hot water after they’re arrested for abusing their daughter and attacking the woman’s mother who tried protecting their daughter. Daytona Beach Police Department announced the arrests of 30-year-old Michael Schofield and 28-year-old Darlisha Coles after the couple was arrested following an incident that took place on Monday (November 12th) at Lenox ... Read More »

Magic Of Lights Begins At Daytona International Speedway

Daytona Beach, FL –Â Tis the time to kick off the holiday season with a dazzling display of lights hosted at Daytona International Speedway. Today officially begins the 2018 Magic of Lights at Daytona International Speedway. Residents and visitors can enjoy spectacular displays using the latest LED technology and digital animations. The experience includes a drive behind the speedway’s Ticket ... Read More »

Deltona To Host Opioid Crisis Seminar

Deltona, FL – A seminar designed to address an ongoing crisis and its local impact is scheduled along with a presentation by a local law enforcement figure. The City of Deltona has announced they will hold a public meeting, known as C. A. R. E (Creating Awareness and Resource Education), that will discuss the ongoing opioid crisis, and what effect ... Read More »

Fetterhoff’s HD 26 Race Lead Increases After Manual Recount

DeLand, FL – Patrick Henry‘s chances of keeping his seat in the Florida House take a big hit. The Daytona Beach Democrat (right of photo above) wasn’t able to gain any ground on Republican challenger Elizabeth Fetterhoff during today’s manual recount for Florida House District 26. Fetterhoff stretched her lead out by six votes once the lawyers went through all ... Read More »

Florida Senate, Ag Commissioner Head To Manual Recount

Tallahassee, FL – Floridians will have to wait a little longer to get official word about who will be the state’s next agriculture commissioner and who will serve in the U.S. Senate. Secretary of State Ken Detzner announced Thursday that manual recounts of “overvotesâ€� and “undervotesâ€� will be required in the two statewide races, as the margins between candidates were ... Read More »