North Fort Myers prevails over Barron Collier behind Peterson's shutout
Hertz Global Holdings released its quarterly and year-end results on Monday. The company plans a conference call with analysts Tuesday to discuss the results in more detail.
Monday’s meeting was an attempt to foster dialogue after several contentious exchanges between the two bodies.
The private space mission would launch from a craft that needs no specialized astronauts.
The News-Press Insiders visited the Butterfly Estates on Monday for a tour and photography workshop.
At the new Catch 41 in Naples, a Culinary Institute of America-trained chef is putting his twists on local bar food.
Jose keeps two books on his small desk – the Bible and a small Spanish-English dictionary.
Man in jail in Rome, though he has not been charged, after wife disappeared aboard ship.
Southwest Florida Christian Academy coach Bill Catto and son Caleb talk about the journey this program has made.
Public outreach programs for 2017 include tax deeds, public records and passports information
This was much, much, much more like it.
WASHINGTON - After years battling Obama administration directives on health care, the environment and other federal programs, Florida Gov. Rick Scott has been treated like a close pal by President Donald Trump the past few days.
When the president-elect stepped in to save 750 Carrier jobs that had been bound for Mexico, John Feltner allowed himself to hope Donald Trump might save his job, too
Mike Rose is the brewer for South Cypress Brewing. He and his brother own The Brass Tap in North Naples, which serves his beer and houses the brewing operation.
Less than 20 years old, Southwest Florida Christian Academy is going to state for first time in school history
For several hours I tried to get on the Chase Bank website. Was it me or was it Chase?
Can eels take a bite out of lionfish?
The week before Lent brings traditional celebratory foods, and now is the time to be making or ordering yours. A traditional sweet to eat on Fat Tuesday (the day before the start of Lent) is King Cake and Polish Paczki.
Four finalists are vying to the next president at Florida Gulf Coast University.
A Florida school board wants to run a local radio station’s newsroom.
The Florida Gulf Coast University men’s golf team is tied for fifth of 11 teams after the first two rounds of the Frontier Secure Intercollegiate hosted by Stetson at the Heathrow Country Club in Lake Mary on Monday
Buccaneers (26-6) earn one of eight berths into state tournament, March 9-11 in Ocala, with goal to reach national tourney.
The Obama administration cited Title IX, the anti-sex discrimination law, when they extended protections for transgender students last year.
Residents of rural Lee County enclaves from Alva to Corkscrew Estates begged a county board to make sure that their way of life is not swept aside in pursuit of development.
Charlotte County sheriff arrests 10 suspects in theft of firearms, knives and ammunition and a range of other charges
Funding important behavioral health needs remains a priority for The News-Press and the community.
Leonardo Perez, owner of Casa Lupita Cafe in Gateway, makes his restaurant's critically acclaimed guacamole.
Biologists recovered the remains Monday of a male Florida panther that was hit and killed by a vehicle along State Road 82 in Collier County.
It’s time to vote for The News-Press high school athlete of the week. Voting will close at noon on Thursday.
A reader complained that these Behind the Byline columns were just "kumbaya" moments and we should stop and get back to reporting the news.