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Ryan Mills

Naples Daily News

Naples, FL, United States

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  • Naples Daily News
  • The News-Press
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • TCPalm
  • wusa9
  • CBS 8 San Diego
  • 11Alive Atlanta
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  • ksdk.com
  • KTVB.COM

Recent articles by Ryan:

Florida prepares for Hurricane Dorian even if it's spared a direct hit

Projections show the category 4 hurricane tracking toward Florida and turning north Monday or Tuesday, possibly sparing the state a direct hit. → Read More

Many Florida beaches aren't ready for Hurricane Dorian

Many of Florida’s east coast beaches have yet to be restored since hurricanes Matthew and Irma, and aren’t ready to hold back Hurricane Dorian’s storm surge. → Read More

Many Florida beaches aren't ready for Hurricane Dorian

Many of Florida’s east coast beaches have yet to be restored since hurricanes Matthew and Irma, and aren’t ready to hold back Hurricane Dorian’s storm surge. → Read More

Collier, Lee school vaccination rates dropping as religious exemptions rise

For the last three years, both Collier and Lee counties have failed to meet the state’s 95% vaccination goal for kindergarten. Last year only 92.8% of Collier kindergartners and 93% of Lee kindergartners were fully vaccinated. → Read More

With shelters at capacity, summer heat brings new threats to homeless in Southwest Florida

The summer months in Southwest Florida – scorching heat interrupted by downpours, lightning and the occasional hurricane – are the most treacherous time to be living outdoors. → Read More

With shelters at capacity, summer heat brings new threats to homeless in Southwest Florida

The summer months in Southwest Florida – scorching heat interrupted by downpours, lightning and the occasional hurricane – are the most treacherous time to be living outdoors. → Read More

Alligator attacks rare in Florida, but nuisance gator numbers on the rise

With the weather warming and their hormones hopping during mating season, alligators have been popping up all over the place in recent weeks. → Read More

Alligator attacks rare in Florida, but nuisance gator numbers on the rise

With the weather warming and their hormones hopping during mating season, alligators have been popping up all over the place in recent weeks. → Read More

Plan to create elder death review teams gets unanimous backing in Florida Senate

The Florida Senate on Thursday unanimously passed a bill that would allow teams to review deaths of the elderly when abuse or neglect is suspected. → Read More

Plan to create elder death review teams gets unanimous backing in Florida Senate

The Florida Senate on Thursday unanimously passed a bill that would allow teams to review deaths of the elderly when abuse or neglect is suspected. → Read More

Nearly 23,000 people moved to Lee, Collier counties between 2017 and 2018, census reports

In total, Lee’s and Collier's combined population grew by 21,247 in that one-year period, according to the estimates released last week. → Read More

Nearly 23,000 people moved to Collier, Lee counties between 2017 and 2018, census reports

In total, Collier’s and Lee’s combined population grew by 21,247 in that one-year period, according to the estimates released last week. → Read More

Collier man Todd Waldeck rebuilding home himself two years after devastating Lee Williams wildfire

Todd Waldeck is rebuilding his family’s home, virtually by himself, two years after it was burned down in a fire. He spends most of his days alone in the woods, laying blocks and framing walls. → Read More

‘Suspicious’ fires destroy three black churches in 10 days in Louisiana parish

The state's top fire investigator said Thursday that they’ve discovered several “patterns” at the three crime scenes. → Read More

Proposal to probe elder deaths receiving little pushback in Florida Legislature

Elder advocates say establishing elder death review teams in Florida could help cut down on nursing home neglect and mistreatment. → Read More

Proposal to probe elder deaths receiving little pushback in Florida Legislature

Elder advocates say establishing elder death review teams in Florida could help cut down on nursing home neglect and mistreatment. → Read More

Neglected: Could review teams prevent deaths of elderly patients by Florida nursing homes?

Establishing elder death review teams in Florida could help protect nursing home patients from neglect and mistreatment, advocates say. → Read More

Five things to know about the investigation into Florida nursing home deaths

Between 2013 and 2017, the Florida Department of Children and Families verified that 54 nursing home deaths in 43 cases were the result of neglect or mistreatment. → Read More

Five things to know about the investigation into Florida nursing home deaths

Between 2013 and 2017, the Florida Department of Children and Families verified that 54 nursing home deaths in 43 cases were the result of neglect or mistreatment. → Read More

Neglected: Florida nursing home workers avoid criminal charges in neglect, abuse deaths

In Florida, nursing home workers tied to neglect and mistreatment deaths avoid criminal charges despite state reviews that show their role in cases. → Read More