Rebecca Reis, Naples Daily News

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Naples Daily News

Naples, FL, United States

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Past articles by Rebecca:

Explaining the lawsuit against Collier County Public Schools in 60 seconds or les

A national civil rights advocacy group has filed a federal lawsuit accusing the Collier County school district of denying some immigrant students with limited English skills access to public education and discriminating against them. → Read More

Video: Things to do at the Collier County Fair

Here are some things to do at the Collier County Fair this year. → Read More

10 tips for protecting your home from brush fires

10 tips for protecting your home from brush fires. → Read More

Video: Paralyzed Pooh gets wheels from Gulf Coast Humane Society

Pooh the Boston Terrier mix is cruising in a new cart with help from Gulf Coast Humane Society and the Southwest Florida community. → Read More

Naples man wins $1 million playing scratch-off game

The Florida Lottery announced in a press release that Richard Mizerski, 60, of Naples, claimed a $1 million prize from a Monopoly scratch-off game Tuesday. → Read More

Brent Batten: Change coming for ICE data

DHS Secretary John Kelly outlines the new administration’s position on public disclosure of immigration status. → Read More

7 tips for driving in heavy rain

Here are seven tips for driving in heavy rain. → Read More

5 out-of-the-box margarita recipes for National Margarita Day

Ah, the margarita — iconic beverage of Mexican cuisine, drink of choice for girl's night out and subject of many ballads by Florida bard Jimmy Buffet. → Read More

Governor, House speaker at odds over Florida's tax aid to companies

Why are Florida House Republicans trying to strip funding from Enterprise Florida and VISIT FLORIDA → Read More

Rank the top 5 romantic dates in Southwest Florida

What's the most romantic Southwest Florida date? Rank your top 5 from these suggestions, or submit your own below. → Read More

Throwback Thursday: Swamp buggy racing, 1949

Check out this photo from the first official Swamp Buggy Day in Naples on Nov. 12, 1949. Before there were cash prizes, winners were awarded turkeys and shotguns. → Read More

Throwback Thursday: Bonita Springs Reptile Gardens, 1930s

2,000 Snakes! Crocodiles! Animals! Birds! Before it was the Wonder Gardens, the Bonita Springs Reptile Gardens was built as a roadside attraction by Bill and Lester Piper, seen here on a postcard sometime in the 1930s. → Read More

Throwback Thursday: The Naples Hotel, circa 1919

The first hotel in Naples, seen here around 1919, was built in 1888. The grand opening was held January 22, 1889, and you could stay there for just $3 a day! → Read More

Throwback Thursday: Cars parked outside courthouse in Everglades City, 1930s

Aren't these old cars neat? This photo was taken in front of the old Collier County Courthouse in Everglades City in the 1930s. → Read More

Throwback Thursday: Marco Island archaeology, 1967

This is neat. This photo shows an archaeologist at an excavation site in Caxambas on Marco Island in 1967. → Read More

QUIZ: Which of these crazy Florida headlines really happened in 2016?

Do you remember which of these weird and wild Florida headlines really happened? Share Tweet → Read More

Throwback Thursday: Mermaid at Weeki Wachee celebrates Christmas underwater

What do you get a mermaid for Christmas? Weeki Wachee mermaid Mary Dwight received a croquet set gift she found under the underwater Christmas tree in 1948. → Read More

Throwback Thursday: Sightseeing in Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, 1967

Visiting the parks and sanctuaries around Southwest Florida is a timeless family activity, just like this family at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in 1967. Where is your favorite spot to spend outdoors? → Read More

Coastal Living Magazine names Naples in list of 10 best beach towns for Christmas

Well there’s no place like home for the holidays, especially for Neapolitans, according to Coastal Living Magazine. → Read More

Throwback Thursday: Koreshan girls fishing, early 1900s

Isn't this such a serene image? This photo, taken sometime in the early 1900s, was taken at the Koreshan Unity in Estero. Where are your favorite fishing holes in Southwest Florida? → Read More