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How to use your apps to save some money

Grab your cell phone or tablet and head to the App store. Here are some tips on how to save money. Prices continue to go up,...
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Inflation begins to show signs of slowing as grocery prices continue to climb

Inflation may be easing. The price you pay for goods and services went up 8.5% in July. That's less than economists predicted, indicating inflation is...
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A tiny worm may hold the key to curbing obesity

You eat healthy, and you exercise, yet the numbers on your scale just nudge their way up. If you wonder why your health habits...
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Lee schools superintendent talks back to school changes, safety

Students and parents are getting ready to head back to classrooms in Lee County, and there are some changes compared to last year. The COVID-19...
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Beware of con artists as inflation rises

With the highest inflation in more than 40 years, con artists are looking to cash in. One woman worries they're targeting groceries to steal your...
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Homeowners insurance companies get downgraded, affecting thousands of homeowners

Many of Florida's homeowners will have to search for new insurance after more insurers lost their A-rating. It means if you have a mortgage, you...
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Lee County students exploring careers on converted school bus

The School District of Lee County is thinking outside of the box when it comes to the futures of young students. They turned an...
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Breaking down the Federal Open Markets Committee’s decisions

The Federal Open Markets Committee concluded its two-day meeting last week to determine the fate of the nation's interest rates. To help interpret their decision...

Lee County Parks & Rec offers free swimming, parking for end of July

Lee County Parks & Recreation will offer free pool admission and free parking on Saturday and Sunday in recognition of National Park and Recreation...
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Fed raises interest rates for 4th time this year

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 0.75% on Wednesday which can affect Floridians in many different ways. Experts WINK News spoke with recommend comparison...

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