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Ethics complaint filed against Lee County sheriff

An ethics complaint was filed against Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno last week, we learned Thursday after obtaining the documentation. The complaint accuses Marceno of...
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Florida’s unemployment claimants involved in “data security incident,” DEO confirms

Florida's embattled unemployment claims system is suffering another blow Thursday. The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity confirmed the Reemployment Assistance claims website had a data...
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Lehigh Acres homicide suspect held on $2 million bond

A suspect has been arrested in connection to a Lehigh Acres homicide that happened Sunday in the 3000 block of 25th Street SW. The Lee...
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More businesses set to open under ‘full phase one’

Restaurants and retail stores can increase their capacity to 50% Monday, and gyms can reopen under guided restrictions. Professional sports teams are welcome to...
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Power crews prepare for hurricane season amid pandemic

Hurricane season is weeks away, and power crews are already preparing to make sure they can get your lights back on. But, because of the...
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SWFL gym owner ready to reopen when governor gives OK

Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to make a new announcement Friday. He hinted it would be regarding gyms and fitness centers during a press...
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Restaurants prepare for Mother’s Day and rain chances

Restaurants are banking on their outdoor seating when families visit on Mother's Day Sunday. But the weather is going to play a big part...
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Becoming a property appraiser slow-moving process for former bartender

Changing careers during a pandemic sounds like a daunting task. A former bartender we spoke to wanted to switch to a more essential business....
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Car goes into home off Pine Island Rd in North Fort Myers

Lee County Sheriff's Office is responding to a single-vehicle crash, where a car went into a home in North Fort Myers Thursday. Deputies are responding...
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More COVID-19 deaths reported in SWFL, but cases trending lower

Southwest Florida reported the most COVID-19 deaths in a single day on Wednesday, but overall, cases of the coronavirus are trending lower. Testing is ramping...

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