Nancy Niles @nancyniles Several coyote sightings in the Ormond Beach coastal area has prompted police to warn residents about the dangers the wild animals pose.Ormond Beach police “urges its citizens not to approach coyotes and to keep a close eye on your smaller pets,” said spokesman Keith Walker.Walker said the department has received four sighting reports, but he said, “it could be the same coyote spotted four times or it can be four different ones.”According to the Florida Fish and...
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A man and a woman who left a DeBary assisted living facility to run errands never returned Wednesday, authorities said.Keith Gisel, 59, is a convicted sex predator but confined to a wheelchair and not considered a threat.
Nancy Niles @nancyniles It’s been so long, you may have forgotten where you put your umbrella, but you’re going to want to find it if you head out in the two-county area this afternoon.Much needed rain is expected to make a cameo appearance, mainly between 1 and 3 p.m. in Volusia County and after 4 p.m. in Flagler.“A few of these storms could become strong and produce small hail and gusty winds 40 to 50 mph,” said forecaster Randy Lascody with the National Weather Service in Melbourne.Before...
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