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Two fishermen struck by lightning on Caloosahatchee

FORT MYERS, Fla.– Two men were fishing on the Caloosahatchee River on Saturday, near Fort Myers, when their fishing pole was struck by lightning. The boaters said they saw a storm approaching but the rain had not hit them yet. They were packing up and about to head back when suddenly they saw a bright flash and a loud bang.  “It was an immense noise for a second both of us were completely speechless,” said Sam Buduris. Their fishing pole caught on fire but the flames quickly died out. The boaters were able to get one of their motors partially working after the strike so they...

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Mating frogs disturb Cape Coral residents

CAPE CORAL, Fla.– When neighbors complain about loud noises in their neighborhood, they typically mean music. Some Cape Coral residents are wishing music was all they had to contend with.  Dino Page recently moved into his Cape Coral home on SW 49th Terrace. Since then, he’s been hearing a loud noise coming from his neighbor’s backyard.  “It sounds like an alligator eating a dog,” said Page. “It kind of scares the kids a little bit.”  When the homes other owner, Greg Weiss, heard the sounds he assumed the worst. “I called the police, I thought something...

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Drunk man arrested for donuts in Naples parking lot

NAPLES, Fla.– A man was arrested for sending his car spinning in circles in the parking lot of a Naples strip mall.  Previous coverage – WATCH: Drivers caught on camera turning donuts in Collier County On Saturday, deputies arrested a man for doing donuts in the parking lot of the Charlemagne Plaza off Rattlesnake Hammock Road.  “It’s definitely not very smart,” said Naples resident Cynthia Powell. “It’s very dangerous, it’s very risky.” Collier County Sheriff’s Deputies were out patrolling when they saw 39-year-old Julio Angel Alvarado doing donuts in the parking...

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Clarence Thomas says federal marijuana laws may no longer be necessary

WASHINGTON D.C. – Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said Monday that federal laws against marijuana may no longer make sense, NBC News reports. Thomas said the hodgepodge of federal policies against the use or cultivation of marijuana ‘may no longer be necessary or proper to support the federal government’s piecemeal approach.’ The Supreme Court justice made his statement after the court declined to hear an appeal for a Colorado medical marijuana dispensary that was denied certain federal tax breaks. Thomas said a 2005 Supreme Court ruling that upholds federal...

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Officials work to prevent future flooding in Lee County

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Heavy flooding took over the Island Park neighborhood, not once, but twice back in 2017.  “It was pretty flooded. Some areas were worse than others. Particularly in the intersection here, there could be as much as a foot of water. It didn’t come to the building, but it was still pretty significant,” said owner of Carts MD, Mike Stone.  Floodwater damaged several businesses and homes in South Fort Myers, it was a nightmare for many. Denny Billec, manager at Phantom Fireworks arrived at work that day and noticed it was impossible to drive through the parking...

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Downtown Fort Myers statues expected to be relocated later this summer

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Sculptures in downtown Fort Myers will soon find new homes throughout the city.   The city council voted to buy the Colombian art back in 2016 with hopes to spread the art to the other five wards in the city. Last week the council voted to start moving different statues to other spots like Roberto Clemente Park and the IMAG History and Science Center.  Some aren’t too happy about the statues leaving, and potentially getting less attention. Mayor Kevin Anderson said moving the sculptures has always been the goal.  The sculptures will head to their new...

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Miniature therapy horses make for sweet visitors inside Naples assisted living community

NAPLES, Fla. – Alice Taylor has spent more than 20 years living within the Vi at Bentley Village senior living community in Naples. Never before has she received visitors like the ones she got last week.  “Well look at that,” Alice exclaimed as the guests trotted in. They were a pair of miniature horses from the Naples Therapeutic Riding Center.  Alice, who now resides within assisted living at Vi, couldn’t stop smiling by the visit.  “My favorite part is when we come in and everyone gasps with joy and excitement,” Missy Lamont, the NTRC...

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Thieves steal Mango tree from Cape Coral woman’s yard

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – In the middle of Mango Season, it’s not uncommon for a few mangoes to go missing from homeowners’ trees, but Mango kleptomaniacs in Cape Coral have taken it to a new level, by taking a woman’s entire tree!  Bright and early outside Mary-Ann Schwartz’s house on Monday morning was a special delivery. After someone stole the Mango tree right out of the ground on her front lawn, Mary Ann and her daughter were worried they’d never get it back.  “I have a little girl with Downs Syndrome, and I have a hard time sometimes keeping...

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Cape Coral couple with seven kids arrested for neglect

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Two Cape Coral parents are facing child neglect charges after their living conditions were found to be unfit for children, according to the Cape Coral Police Department. Karleigh Anne Awis and Andrew David Awis are each being charged with seven counts of child neglect. Cape Coral Police called living conditions at the couple’s home deplorable and completely unsuited for children. Records indicate the two were released from jail Monday afternoon. Neighbors said they were concerned for the children living there. “It breaks my heart,”...

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