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Missing Collier teen seen with man at Fort Myers Publix

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. – Collier County deputies are searching for a missing teen last seen at a Fort Myers Publix with an unidentified man. Daisy DeGuzman, 17, recently dyed her hair based on new surveillance photos, according to the Collier County Sheriff’s Office. She was seen inside a Fort Myers Publix with a man, and they were seen leaving in a white SUV. Before being seen at the Publix store, DeGuzman was last seen in the 4900 block of Golden Gate Parkway on Sunday. Collier County deputies said there is concern for her well being. DeGuzman is described as 5 feet tall and 100...

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Two men steal from Fort Myers 7-Eleven while employee overdoses

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Fort Myers police are trying to identify two men who stole from a Fort Myers 7-Eleven convenience store while an employee was having an overdose. Officers released images of the two who reportedly committed grand theft from the store, located at 2265 Colonial Boulevard, on February 17, 2021. Investigators said the thieves were seen on store surveillance stealing multiple cases of beer and cigarette cartons, resulting in the business losing about $15,000 in inventory. Fort Myers police said the employee is no longer employed at the 7-Eleven and all attempts to contact...

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Three hawk nestlings released after recovering at CROW

LEE COUNTY, Fla. – Three nestling red-shouldered hawks were released back into the wild after being admitting to a Sanibel wildlife hospital. The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife said two of the nestlings were found in a parking lot. Veterinarians said they were healthy babies but were underweight. CROW said it was likely their home was destroyed. In just the few short weeks the nestlings were at CROW, they grew into strong juvenile hawks! Those two were released back into the wild along with a third nestling admitted a few days after, CROW said. The post Three hawk nestlings...

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Swarms of insects invade Southwest Florida

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. – Break out the bug spray! Swarms of insects have invaded Southwest Florida. Tiny gnat-like critters have been seen, and experts said the sudden invasion is likely due to the rain Southwest Florida has gotten this week. “When we see a real dramatic change in our weather, and over the past week we’ve gotten rain for the first time in months, and a lot of insects will be cued in on water and as soon as that water shows up, they’ll explode in numbers,” Dr. Billy Gunnels with Florida Gulf Coast University said. Mosquitoes are another...

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Naples mayor hosts community conversation to hear from residents

NAPLES, Fla. – Naples Mayor Teresa Heitmann hosted a community conversation on Thursday. This comes after two ethics complaints were filed against her. Wednesday morning from 9-11 a.m. Mayor Heitmann had one-on-one conversations with people in the community. Residents voiced their concerns on several topics such as development and fluoride concentration in the water. Many also came to show their support for the mayor as she deals with allegations of her accusing former Mayor Bill Barnett and Collier County Sheriff Rambosk of running a child sex ring out of Naples Airport. Mayor Heitmann...

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Animal Control in LaBelle reduces services until next week

LABELLE, Fla. – Animal Control in LaBelle is reducing their services until next week and said residents should not bring animals their way. The facility located off of Rodeo Drive in LaBelle. City officials said they’re restricting services due to shortages on staff. Shelter operators said one employee recently underwent back surgery while the other is on vacation. They’re also asking residents not to trap their own animals. They hope to be fully operational June 9. The post Animal Control in LaBelle reduces services until next week appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 Fort...

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San Carlos Park crews respond to mulch fire at MW Horticulture

LEE COUNTY, Fla. – A mulch fire sparked at MW Horticulture on Thomas Road in Fort Myers on Saturday. San Carlos Park Fire confirms it’s about 50 percent contained and no structure are in danger. Fire fighters are currently trying to get the fire under control before the winds pick up. MW Horticulture’s fire crew is also battling the fire along with San Carlos Park and Estero firefighters. Smoke was seen in the area. The post San Carlos Park crews respond to mulch fire at MW Horticulture appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 Fort Myers

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Inaugural Zach Martin memorial game held at Dunbar

LEE COUNTY, Fla. – Every down, every snap, and every touchdown scored Friday night at Dunbar High School was done so in the name of Zach Martin Polsenburg. July will mark the fourth anniversary of the death of the football player after suffering from heat illness during a practice at Riverdale High School.  Friday’s game between Dunbar and Estero was for Zach.  “I was convinced that this is something that we could do and accomplish,” said his mother Laurie Giordano.  Tonight’s game comes as a results of a settlement reached between Zach’s...

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Four tips to get the best price with Florida’s hurricane prep sales tax holiday

Florida’s sales tax holiday for hurricane supplies starts Friday and runs through Sunday, June 6. Before you go to the store though, you should be aware of a number of caveats and exceptions on what you can buy and not pay sales tax on.  Let’s examine four tips to make you a more savvy shopper. Tip one: It’s not carte blanche  Florida’s sales tax holiday is not offered carte blanche. Only certain items are allowed to be sold without sales tax as determined by the State of Florida. What qualifies isn’t up to the store’s discretion, and it’s not up to...

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Labor shortage crisis cripples some SWFL businesses

LEE COUNTY, Fla. – A labor shortage crisis is crippling some businesses in Southwest Florida. Simply put, there are more jobs than workers. Some people are blaming that on the $1,200 a month in federal unemployment that is set to end. The job placement firm Career Source warns that ending unemployment funds won’t solve the labor shortage. Employment experts reveal the problem is much more complex. The worker shortage crisis is affecting more than just businesses. It’s affecting employees too.   Bubba’s Roadhouse and Saloon employees like many in the industry are working...

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