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Bayfront Health Port Charlotte closes a COVID-19 unit with cases trending down

The number of positive coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are down so much a Southwest Florida hospital is closing one of it COVID-19 units. The CDC...

Wednesday’s Coronavirus Update: 7,128 new cases and 127 new deaths reported

As of 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, there have been 1,885,661 positive cases of the coronavirus recorded in the state. The case count includes 1,851,151 Florida...
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Most Wanted Wednesday: We feature some of SWFL’s most wanted suspects; Feb. 24

This weekly WINK News segment features fugitives from justice right here in Southwest Florida. This is your chance to help out the community and give...
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Storing the COVID-19 vaccine

When the COVID-19 vaccine is shipped to your area, there are levels of protections to make sure the vaccine is as effective as possible....
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Tampa Bay Rays return to Charlotte County for first full squad workout of the...

Baseball is back! But, it may look a little different his year because of the pandemic, as many things do. But, some things will...
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Charlotte County Habitat For Humanity builds 500th home

Charlotte County Habitat for Humanity has raised its 500th home by partnering with TEAM Punta Gorda. They are closer to keeping to making sure...
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Delivery drivers keep Harry Chapin Food Bank running

Southwest Florida has been doing its part to make sure our family, friends and neighbors in need have a meal to put on the...
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CROW Clinic: Birds, turtles feeling the impact of red tide in SWFL this year

While it looks like there are fewer spots of red tide dotting our coast, the effects of it can last much longer by taking a...

SWFL Water Crisis: We want to know what’s important to you

Southwest Florida has faced many challenges over the last few years, from red tide to blue-green algae and polluted rivers. We want to know what...
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After winter weather delays, more COVID-19 vaccines finally headed to SWFL

Nearly 20,000 shots will arrive in Southwest Florida this week after extreme cold across the nation caused delays in distribution. The effects of last week's...

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