Articles in Category: 'West Coast'
Hoarding cases are on the rise in Lee County. It's become such a serious problem, there is a task force devoted solely to it.
Former United States Secret Service director Mark Sullivan spoke Friday to the Forum Club in Naples at the Beach Hotel & Golf Club.
A Golden Gate Estates man tried to pick up forgotten drugs from the back of a rental car left at the airport Thursday when he was arrested by Naples Police.
He is accused of kicking out the rear window of a patrol vehicle, among other charges.
John Watjen, hoping to win another award, is building a 12-foot ornament on his 26-foot vessel.
Southwest Florida announcements and news items that came out of the capital this week.
Prosecutors say there was not enough evidence Selenia Quinones intentionally did not report a parent's concern that students were performing sex acts on each other.
Residents might be able to return in late 2014.
Rami Ibsais faces up to 52 years in prison when he is sentenced this month.
Charity teaches single mothers to be self sufficient.
A judge on Friday granted record-winning swamp buggy racer Amy Chesser an early end to her probation.
Rescuers responded to Round Table Court in the Kings Lake subdivision, located off Davis Boulevard east of Airport-Pulling Road, at about noon.
Thousands of trucks have been hauling sand for the $9.5 million job from an Immokalee mine to beaches in Naples, Park Shore and Vanderbilt Beach since mid-October.
Troopers were dispatched to the crash at mile marker 123 in Estero at about 9:45 a.m. No further information about the crash was immediately available.
The Florida Board of Medicine is scheduled today to approve sending a bill of $160,400 to Bonita Springs cardiologist Zannos Grekos for the cost of investigating his stem cell practice which lead to a patient’s death.
Monitors were tracking some 35 whales Thursday, but only nine whales have been spotted so far Friday.
The public is invited to see the boats and try paddling at Nathan Benderson Park. The 2014 event is expected to draw nearly 4,000 athletes.
Lyndon Jones, founder and executive director of the group, pleads guilty to stealing $76,000 in federal funds
The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to consider a case in which an $85 million judgment was entered against Naples-based Arthrex.
Design firm adds associate; new clinic opens in Collier County; builder hires marketing coordinator.