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Forecast: More heat with only a few evening storms

June is typically the wettest month of the year for Southwest Florida, but it certainly hasn’t played out that way this week.  Rain chances will be very isolated again this afternoon, which means the summer heat will be front and center.  Highs will range from 92-95 this afternoon, but the heat index will be as high as 100 degrees during the peak heating of the day.  Any showers and storms that develop for the rest of today should be focused around the late evening hours before the area turns dry tonight.  Overall, rain chances stay limited through the end of...

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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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Puppy found safe after being stolen from Fort Myers pet store

FORT MYERS, Fla.– A puppy that was stolen from a Fort Myers pet store has been found safe, according to law enforcement. Fort Myers police were searching for a man who stole the 9-week-old Shih Tzu. Officers said, “the suspect has been identified and the puppy has been recovered safely.” FMPD confirmed the suspect as 42-year-old William Drumheller of Fort Myers. According to officials, Drumheller walked into the Cleveland Avenue Pet Kingdom on Saturday evening. He then stuffed the puppy under his shirt and walked back out of the store. Drumheller’s close relative tells...

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Kings Highway construction could cause delays in Charlotte County through June 23

CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla. — Motorists in Charlotte County might notice some delays until June 23. Construction is happening in the southbound Kings Highway from Midway Boulevard to Olean Boulevard every day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Warning signs for the construction will be posted, so plan ahead if you’re traveling through the area. The work being done will improve manholes in linear ponds. The road closure is necessary and will give the contractor safe access to the area. The post Kings Highway construction could cause delays in Charlotte County through June 23 appeared first on NBC2...

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Fort Myers Police Chief Diggs’ contract extended by city council

FORT MYERS, Fla.– The Fort Myers City Council has extended Fort Myers Police Chief Diggs’ contract. The contract was set to expire in August. Chief Diggs joined the council meeting through Zoom when he was asked if he would like to stay in Fort Myers, Monday night. “While these are challenging times my commitment to improving the public safety in the city of Fort Myers is unwavered,” said Diggs. Diggs and the City Manager still need to work out the details of his contract. The post Fort Myers Police Chief Diggs’ contract extended by city council appeared first...

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Forecast: Hot, dry start to the week

After a week of downpours and storms, the rainy season will get put on hold today thanks to some drier air moving in from the east.  The drier air combined with a building high over Florida will bring the heat front and center with daytime highs soaring into the mid to upper 90s this afternoon.  Humidity levels will drop slightly today, which will help keep the heat index in check.  Rain chances will be very slim today, but a stray shower or two can’t be ruled out late in the day. Tuesday will be hot and dry for most of the day, but we’ll see the potential...

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New area to watch this week in the tropics

Late Sunday evening the National Hurricane Center issued its daily tropical weather outlook highlighting an area near Central America for possible development later in the week. Right now it is too early to tell what, if anything, will form, but this is a fairly typical area for development this time of year. The National Hurricane Center is expecting an area of low pressure to develop in that highlighted area and track northwestward towards Central America and Mexico late this week.  Sea surface temperatures in the Caribbean are running at or just above normal and could support tropical development,...

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One person shot in Immokalee neighborhood

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. – One person was shot in an Immokalee neighborhood near 3rd Street and Eustis Avenue Saturday evening. The Collier County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the person shot was taken to Lee Memorial Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Crime scene tape is wrapped around a home located at 407 S 3rd Street. Deputies said this started as a neighbor dispute and was called in at 6:23 p.m. Collier County deputies said they don’t have a suspect in custody. This is a developing story. The post One person shot in Immokalee neighborhood appeared first on NBC2...

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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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