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27 Cape Coral bridges up for repairs after minor cracks found

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Twenty-seven bridge in Cape Coral will get a facelift as some of them start to crack. The city council just awarded an invitation to bid to M&J Construction Company in Pinellas County to make the repairs on the bridges. Recent FDOT inspections showed some minor cracking, mainly on the underside of the bridges, exposing structural components to deterioration. The project is expected to finish in 150 days and could cost close to $900,000. The post 27 Cape Coral bridges up for repairs after minor cracks found appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 (WBBH-TV)

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Cape Coral canal levels remain low even after recent rains

LEE COUNTY, Fla. — Some freshwater canal levels in Cape Coral are still low, even after recent rainfall in the area. The City issued an advisory stage notice of emergency last week, warning residents that a one day watering schedule could be issued if water levels didn’t improve. Despite the warning, illegal watering has continued to contribute to a decrease in irrigation pressures. Approximately 250 households violated watering restrictions, resulting in 71 advisory notices and more than 150 first time warnings, city officials said. Cape Coral officials said they will continue to...

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Cape Coral break in foiled by barking dog

CAPE CORAL, Fla.– A Cape Coral family woke up in the middle of the night on Tuesday to police knocking at their door. Officers alerted the family that they believed two people were attempting to break into their vehicles. The neighbors across the street called 911 after they let their dog out to go to the bathroom. The neighbors dog started barking and ran up to one of the men who was standing near their fence. Both of the men then took off running. Police searched the area and checked to see if anything was missing from people’s cars along the street. The post Cape Coral break...

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Cape Coral man tries to figure out meaning of his 25-year-old tattoos

CAPE CORAL, Fla.– A Cape Coral man is having a hard time figuring out what his two tattoos mean after having them for more than 25 years.  Charlie Lopez says he’s been trying to figure out what the two Chinese symbols on his arms mean but can’t nail down the exact definition.  “I’m just like, I really don’t know. I really don’t remember,” said Lopez.  He got the tattoos when he was 13-years-old in a friends attic in New York. More than 20 years later, he can’t remember what he wanted them to say or what they actually mean.  “Through the years I’ve tried...

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WATCH: Porch pirate targets newly moved in Cape Coral residents

CAPE CORAL, Fla.– A family that just moved into their new Cape Coral home had their first visitor – a ‘porch pirate’. The couple moved into their SE 39th Terrace home on Sunday. Less than 24 hours later a woman in what appears to be a bikini top stole a mop and bucket right of their front porch. A Ring doorbell security camera caught the porch pirate in the act early on Monday morning. The couple reported the theft to the Cape Coral Police. If you know this porch pirate, call Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS (8477). The post WATCH: Porch...

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‘Fun Mobile’ program to bring free meals to Cape Coral children over summer

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Cape Coral Parks and Recreation has teamed up with the School District of Lee County to bring free meals to children over the summer. The “Fun Mobile” program will kick off next Monday at Paul Sanborn Park, according to organizers. Kids 18 and under can will be able to get a free meal at the park every weekday from June 21 to July 28 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, click here. The post ‘Fun Mobile’ program to bring free meals to Cape Coral children over summer appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 (WBBH-TV)

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Cape Coral middle schooler praised for life-saving actions

LEE COUNTY, Fla. — A Cape Coral middle schooler was honored by Cape Coral police officers for his role in saving his mother’s life. Christopher Leon, an 8th Grader at Oasis Middle School, was in the car with his mom when she told him she was having trouble breathing. Something caused her to go into anaphylactic shock. Leon’s mother pulled over and Christopher tended to her until he realized she stopped breathing. Christopher started CPR as he waited for rescue crews to arrive. Christopher was awarded the “Do The Right Thing” Lifesaving Award for his quick response and calmness...

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Blue-green algae advisories removed from Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – The Department of Health will be removing the caution advisory at the Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve after samples showed no signs of toxins or blue-green algae. The Department of Health posted two caution signs at the preserve, near the Caloosahatchee after algae in the area had been reported.  However, residents in the area said seeing the signs posted is still a reminder of what could come.  “I am very much hoping it doesn’t happen again,” said Cape Coral resident Stephen Theroux.  Currently, the Cape Coral Canals are clear,...

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Police respond to shooting in Cape Coral

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Police are investigating a shooting in the 2800 block of NW 4th Avenue in Cape Coral. According to the Cape Coral Police Department, shots were fired after a visitor got into an argument with someone living at a home in the area. No injuries have been reported and no arrests have been made yet, police said. Police are asking the public to avoid the area while they are continuing an investigation into the incident. This is a developing story and will be updated. The post Police respond to shooting in Cape Coral appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 (WBBH-TV)

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Construction demand rises in Cape Coral as more people move to the area

CAPE CORAL, Fla.– With more people flocking to Cape Coral, the demand for construction is high. Some sites are facing delays. Bill Johnson Jr. with the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association said they are seeing delays across the board, from the seawall to new home construction. “Where we would average over the last few years of 150 to 250 single family homes being issued a month, we are up to almost 400 now,” Johnson said. “Unfortunately, that’s causing the delays because the city is inundated with new home requests. Everyone from up north is just wanting to move to...

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