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Ormond Beach

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  • New York bound woman stole wrecker after breaking down on I-95

    New York bound woman stole wrecker after breaking down on I-95
    "I thought she was playin'," the tow truck driver told deputies. She wasn't. However, she was New York-bound and dtermined to get there. The tow truck operator responded to a call to help a stranded motorist on Thursday morning when her rental car...
  • Welcome to the Marsh

    Welcome to the Marsh
    Volusia County locals know it as part of "The Loop," a scenic drive through pristine marshland and hardwood hammocks north of the Ormond Beach city limits. Longtime residents in the area still call it "Cobb's Corner," named after a 1950's-era seafood...
  • Report: Mom stole $4k from soldier son serving in Afghanistan

    Report: Mom stole $4k from soldier son serving in Afghanistan
    Paula Barker, an Ormond Beach mom, pleaded no contest on charges of stealing $4,000 from her son while he was deployed in Afghanistan, reports WFTV ABC News-9 in Orlando. When her son had returned from Afghanistan in September 2011, he noticed the...
  • Stagecoach 2013: A diverse country with Hank Williams Jr., Becky Stark

    Stagecoach 2013: A diverse country with Hank Williams Jr., Becky Stark
    "I don't think I've ever seen so many hats in an audience before," said Norah Jones to a crowd taking in her performance Friday night at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival in Indio. The sight of tens of thousands of cowboy hats may have given the...
  • Report: Drunk driver crashed into patrol car, pinned deputy against gas pumps

    Report: Drunk driver crashed into patrol car, pinned deputy against gas pumps
    The store manager at Love's Truck Stop in Ormond Beach had called authorities to report a man was in the store who could barely walk straight due to being so drunk, according to a news release from the Volusia County Sheriff's Office. When a deputy...
  • How one mother "stepped up" for her son's education

    How one mother "stepped up" for her son's education
    Davion Manuel-McKenney was just weeks away from starting his new life as a college student when he was flipping through a family photo album and came across an image of his mother and him from many years ago. In the photo, the toddler is perched atop...
  • Week 8 high school football scores

    Week 8 high school football scores
    Friday games No. 4 South Sumter 53, Interlachen 0 - F No. 6 Lake Brantley 37, Hagerty 10 - F No. 7 Evans 21, Leesburg 0 - F Cocoa 31, No. 12 Jones 24 - F Lyman 25, No. 14 Seminole 23 - F No. 16 First Academy 36, Melbourne Holy Trinity 7 - F Lake...
  • Week 9 high school football scores

    Week 9 high school football scores
    Friday's games No. 3 Kissimmee Osceola 43, Kissimmee Liberty 6 - F No. 4 Bushnell South Sumter 42, Keystone Heights 0 - F No. 6 Lake Brantley 21, No. 8 Lake Mary 17 - F No. 11 Oviedo 16, Oak Ridge 14 - F No. 14 Orlando First Academy 56, Tampa...
  • Tow company owner, worker charged with stripping wrecked car

    Tow company owner, worker charged with stripping wrecked car
    This tow company duo sure didn't toe the line when conducting business. Late last month, the owner of Mustang which had been involved in an accident the day prior, went to AA Accurate, a towing business near Ormond Beach, to take a child’s car...
  • The Natural Florida Project

    The Natural Florida Project
    It goes without saying that the landscape of Florida is target-rich for environmental photography. The Natural Florida Project was my take on documenting some of the special ecological treasures around the Sunshine State, utilizing the unique mobility...
  • Governments cut jobs, benefits to avoid raising taxes

    Local governments throughout Central Florida are bracing for a third consecutive year of tighter budgets as the tax revenue they depend on is reduced by falling property values. In response, they're eliminating staff jobs, curtailing benefits and cutting...