Andrea Guerrero


Coronavirus testing ramps up in Immokalee as positive cases continue to rise

More than 1,100 COVID-19 cases have been reported in Immokalee, and the state has ramped up testing to five days a week. The Florida Department...

Fire district says it needs more PPE to respond to COVID-19 in Immokalee

First responders in one Southwest Florida community are battling something they were not ready for: the coronavirus. Every day, firefighters in Immokalee enter as many...

Fire district, health nonprofit respond to coronavirus in Immokalee

Two medical groups, one local and one from abroad, are in Immokalee working to minimize the spread of the coronavirus. This is following the...

Fallout continues for owner of Oakes Farms after controversial Facebook post

Community outrage over a Facebook post some said is racist led to another organization cutting ties with Oakes Farms in Collier County. The controversy started...

Oakes Farms owner under fire for comments on pandemic, Black Lives Matter

More than 6,500 people have signed a petition for Lee and Collier county school districts to cut ties with its vendor, Oakes Farms. The petition...
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Domestic violence shelter opening to increased need in Immokalee amid pandemic

Communities are often in need of safe havens for domestic violence victims. Immokalee is no different, especially in the midst of the pandemic and...

Benison Center to deliver more than 1,000 meals to Immokalee community

People in Immokalee are getting more than 1,000 meals delivered to them through a food drive that kicked off Tuesday. Paula Castro is one of...

FDOH looks to help as COVID-19 cases increase in Immokalee

Cases of COVID-19 in Immokalee are increasing rapidly because health officials say people are not isolating because they can't afford to miss work. We looked...

Hundreds of new COVID-19 cases reported in Immokalee

One month ago, Immokalee had very few cases of COVID-19. Now, the Florida Department of Health's dashboard is showing a large cluster of cases...

Parade held to encourage SWFL Latinos to vote by mail, take part in census

We spoke to the event organizers of a parade Monday about a new approach to encourage Latinos in Southwest Florida to vote. The parade was...

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