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News Year In Review

As 2017 comes to a close we take a look back at some of the highs and lows this year brought to us. Throughout the entire year we covered stories that we thought were important to the community whether good, bad, silly or ugly.

This year will be remembered in history as Floridians experienced a major hurricane that left thousands without power and damage to their homes and belongings. Hurricane Irma came and went but the effects are still lingering in SWFL, especially in the Everglades.

We discovered local talent and talked to community leaders who all play a big part in who we are as a SWFL community. Entertainers, environmentalists, politicians, dogs, wolves, cats and birds all made the list and show the depth of this area.

Thank you for letting us cover your stories SWFL.

Lee County School District Selling Nine Vacant Properties
The Lee County School District is selling nine properties it currently owns. It seeks to allocate the money from the

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FDA Issues Safety Warning Over Liquid Nitrogen Treats
Be careful when consuming liquid nitrogen. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said there is a potential for serious injury

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First School Stabbing of the Year at Dunbar High School
A Lee County school was the scene of a stabbing by one student on classmate Thursday morning and is

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Cape Coral Police to Conduct Selective Traffic Enforcement Wave
Labor Day weekend is considered one of the deadliest holidays for drunk driving. In 2017, the National Highway Traffic Safety

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