See the complete list
As a disturbance off the coast of Florida brought strong rip currents to Volusia County beaches over the Memorial Day holiday.
Officials say eight people were rescued at a Florida Panhandle beach as weather forecasters predicted a high chance for rip currents in the Gulf of Mexico.
Beach warning flags are used to let people know when it’s not safe to get in the water, but this county is looking to change the way it warns swimmers.
Be safe at the beach.
The drowning of an Altamonte Springs teenager last week in Daytona Beach has left a community of youth football players and supporters devastated.
No fireworks, no alcohol, no pets: Volusia County refreshed all potential Independence Day beachgoers of what rules they’re expected to follow on the seashore.
Rip currents are shallow, localized currents that quickly flow away from the shoreline toward the ocean. They claim about 100 lives annually across the U.S.
Rip currents are strengthening along Central Florida's coasts. Volusia County Beach Safety said two people drowned in them over the weekend including a 10-year-old.