What SWFL Is Talking About 1/31

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.

What SWFL Is Talking About 1/30

 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.

What SWFL Is Talking About 1/16

The Florida Attorney General is launching what they call a "consumer protection investigation" into Bruno Total Home,  in Bonita Springs. Investigators removed  several items from the building and seized one of Bruno's vans during yesterday's investigation.

What SWFL Is Talking About 1/11

  Florida's water was on the mind of our new Governor Ron DeSantis and yesterday he called for the immediate resignations of all the governing board memebers of the South Florida Water Management District. During a stop in Bonita Springs, the Governor also signed an executive order that calls for $2.5 billion dollars over the…