What SWFL Is Talking About 2/5

Our partners at NBC-2 are reporting an active scene at the corner of Sumter Drive and New York Avenue where there was a report of multiple shots fired. No further information is available.  

What SWFL Is Talking About 2/4

Confusion and chaos for a time Saturday at Orlando International Airport, after an off-duty TSA Agent fell to his death from a hotel balcony inside the airport Saturday morning. Authorities are saying it was an apparent suicide. There were long delays at security areas after several passengers went through without being screened. They had to…

What SWFL Is Talking About 2/1

Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that he would be signing an executive order eliminating education involving common core standards used in Florida's education system, and he wants more of an emphasis on civics courses in the Florida curriculum. DeSantis made his announcement yesterday at Ida Baker High School in Cape Coral.  

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No arrests have been made, but police continue to investigate the murder of 66 year old Brenda Hill who was found dead Monday night at her home at Grandma's RV Resort in LaBelle. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS.

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 Governor Ron DeSantis has named  Sanibel city councilman Chauncey Goss to the board of the South Florida Water Management District. The governor made the announcement yesterday at the Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center in Naples. The Governor has  requested that all nine board members resign,  and he said  that Goss "has a clear record of supporting and preserving…

What SWFL Is Talking About 1/29

Two Florida congressmen are pushing to pass a bill that would make acts of animal cruelty and bestiality a nationwide felony. The Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act is  sponsored by Democrat Ted Deutch  and Republican Vern Buchanan.  If passed, a person convicted of these crimes could spend up to seven years in prison.

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21 year old Zephen Zaver, accused of shooting and killing  five people in a Sebring bank Wednesday appeared in court yesterday and the Judge ordered him held without bond. He's been charged with five counts of pre-meditated murder. He's been assigned a Public Defender.  

What SWFL Is Talking About 1/24

21 year old Zephen Xaver, of Sebring is in custody, 5 people dead after a shooting at a Sun Trust Bank on US 27 in Sebring. No I.D. yet on the victims. The suspect is a former corrections officer.

What SWFL Is Talking About 1/23

Officials with OSHA and the Lee County Sheriff's Office are investigating a construction accident at Bonita National Golf and Country Club. A construction worker was killed yesterday morning when a dump truck malfunctioned. No I.D. yet on the deceased.   Police believe drugs or alcohol led to a Cape Coral man's death over the weekend.…