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Family prays for teen in serious condition after crash claims father, sister

A family is praying for a miracle. One of their loved ones is fighting for her life after two others were taken in a...
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Florida to require proof of residency for COVID-19 vaccines

Florida will begin requiring people to show proof they're state residents before they can receive the COVID-19 vaccine. An advisory issued Thursday by Florida's Surgeon...
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Mayor balances public health, keeping businesses open on Fort Myers Beach

On the day the global death toll of the coronavirus hit 2 million, we spoke to the leader of a Southwest Florida town that...
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Lee County school district hands over public documents to Alfie Oakes’ attorney

Time was up Thursday for The School District of Lee County to turn over emails to the public after a judge ruled it violated...
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Police respond to home robbery on Embers Parkway in Cape Coral

Cape Coral Police Department investigated a robbery at a home that happened early Thursday. According to the CCPD blog post, police were in the 1300...
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Judge rules Lee County school district violated public records act

A school district in Southwest Florida violated the State public records act. A judge ruled The School District of Lee County allowed a request to...
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Sen. Scott asks Florida’s Surgeon General for vaccine rollout answers

The FDA commissioner says lower-priority groups should start getting vaccinated. This comes as U.S. Sen. Rick Scott sent a letter to the Florida Department of...
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Capitol riot one for the history books, FGCU students, professor say

For many Americans, the riot on Capitol Hill was unlike anything they have ever seen play out in the nation, and it will be...
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Cape Coral first responders honor good Samaritan for attempt to save young brothers

A good Samaritan stepped up in a dire moment during an attempt to rescue two boys who died after they were trapped in a...
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SWFL residents who went to Capitol don’t condone violence witnessed

Several people from Southwest Florida went to Washington D.C. Wednesday, where they were planning to rally in support of President Donald Trump in what...

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