Bonita Springs

Source: AP (Josh Anderson)

2007 Triple Murder Suspect Returned To Florida To Face Charges

A suspect in a 2007 triple murder is back in Florida to face charges.

05/15/2014

#5. Key West, Florida

Bonita Springs Man Wins Key West Triathlon

A 28-year old Bonita Springs man won the men’s division at the annual Key West Triathlon Saturday.

12/07/2013

(Source: CBS4)

Battle Over Future Of Gambling In Florida

Officials in Tallahassee are pushing against legislative changes that could expand gambling in Florida telling members of the Senate Gaming Committee that any expansion would alter the state’s image as a family friendly destination.

10/30/2013

(Source: CBS)

Lee County Deputy Charged With Robbery

A Lee County deputy has been charged after he allegedly beat up and robbed a man over the weekend.

CBS Miami–05/07/2013

Steven Trew, 58, was arrested for cutting the locks off of a SW Florida animal attraction, freeing many of the animals. (Source: Lee County Sheriff's Office)

Man Arrested After Animals Set Free At SW Florida Attraction

A man was arrested and dozens of animals had to be corralled after an incident at a Southwest Florida roadside attraction Monday.

CBS4–04/15/2013

(Source: AP Photo/David Goldman)

S. Florida Not The Best Place For Young Workers In State

Young people have always flocked to South Florida for the night life, the pristine beaches, and the overall atmosphere. But, according to the U.S. Census, South Florida is not the best place in the Sunshine State for young workers to find a job.

CBS Miami–12/06/2012

(Source: Lee County Sheriff's Office/CBS4) Michael James Brennan, an aide to senator Marco Rubio charged with rolling his wife inside a carpet and hitting her

Sen. Rubio Director Charged With Battery

Senator Marco Rubio’s regional director for southwest Florida has been benched after he reportedly rolled his wife up in a carpet and beat her.

CBS4–01/23/2012

Celestino Galindo Dominguez, 34, of Veracruz, Mexico, works at a citrus farm owned by Sorrells Brothers Inc. in the Central Florida town of Arcadia, Fla. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Scott Defends Veto Of Money For Citrus Research

Gov. Rick Scott says he vetoed $2 million for citrus greening research because there are other sources of funding for it within the industry.

CBS4–06/15/2011

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