Lee CountyParents accused of abducting their two children still not in custodyLee CountyBarricaded man found dead in Fort Myers homeLee CountyCape mother guilty of first-degree murder in death of 18-month-oldCharlotte CountyPunta Gorda home flooded for several weeks draws response from Public WorksLee CountyTeacher suspended; accused of dragging and striking a studentAffordable HousingCharlotte Co. commissioners to discuss housing plan, remaining federal money
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Convicted Cape felon arrested after police found drugs and 5-inch bladesA 36-year-old convicted felon, Edward J. Bergen, was arrested for weapon violation and paraphernalia after 5-inch knives were found on him.
Fort Myers man sentenced to 25 years after using a dating app for a crime spree23-year-old Jack Sanders Gregoire was sentenced to 25 years in prison after using a fake identity on a dating app to rob and threaten victims.
Deputies need help identifying 2 burglary suspectsAuthorities need assistance identifying two suspects involved in a burglary from a building on Joan Avenue South in Lehigh Acres on June 11.
Authorities need help identifying suspects of grand theft from a sunglass storeAuthorities need help identifying two people who allegedly stole $1,475 worth of sunglasses from Sunglass Hut in Estero on June 23.
Pine Island Water Assoc. issues boil water noticeA precautionary boil water notice has been placed on 600 Pine Island Water Association customers in Matlacha and Cape Coral with immediate effect.
Tice-area church damaged by early-morning fireThe fire broke out after 3 a.m. at Manna Ministries off Palm Beach Blvd. Crews were seen drilling holes through the roof to allow smoke to escape, and the fire was extinguished by 5 a.m.
Solid Waste aims to get more residents to recycle plastic bagsCollier County Solid and Hazardous Management urge residents to recycle their plastic bags when they are no longer using them.
City Of Naples CRA approves master plan for the Naples Design DistrictCity Of Naples Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) announces approval of DPZ CoDESIGN master plan for the newly designated Naples Design District
Naples man arrested, charged with indecent exposure and property damageDeputies arrested Marc Dorillas for indecent exposure and property damage after three victims reported him to the police on Monday.
Sheriff Rambosk asks Collier leaders to fast track budget increasesThough the original plan was to raise Collier County Sheriff’s Office deputies’ pay by October 1, Sheriff Kevin Rambosk asked for the increases to start as soon as possible.
Naples man arrested for cyberstalkingDeputies arrested Adam Klein on Monday and charged him with cyberstalking after he used and created different websites to harass a woman he knew.
Naples man arrested for 'recklessly' driving a boat under the influenceThe Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission witnessed two boats driving "recklessly", one is arrested, and the other flees the scene Saturday night.
Systemwide Charlotte Harbor Water boil water noticeThe Charlotte Harbor Water Association issues a systemwide precautionary boil water notice - effective immediately.
The way Charlotte County was developed, drainage issues may never be resolvedCharlotte County Public Works says the way Charlotte County was developed years ago, may not have a way to be fixed due to the way swales drain in certain areas of the county.
EAA flying guests over Punta Gorda in WWII B-25 Mitchell this weekendEAA flying guests over Punta Gorda in WWII B-25 Mitchell this weekend, bring World War II history to life.
Centennial Park Pool hosts annual 'World's Largest Swim Lesson'The World’s Largest Swim Lesson begins Thursday, with swimmers across the world committed to teaching children how to be safer in the water.
Fox 4 Investigates: Are SWFL aging bridges safe?On average, more than 12.5 million vehicles drive over the nearly 1,000 bridges in Lee, Collier and Charlotte Counties, according to FDOT records analyzed by Fox 4 Investigates.
Man found guilty of trafficking 200+ grams of amphetamineAfter a two-day trial, 36-year-old Justin Michael O’Neil was found guilty as charged of trafficking amphetamine, trafficking illegal drugs and transportation of drug paraphernalia.
Court hears arguments challenging Florida's 15-week abortion banA challenge to Florida's 15-week abortion ban was discussed in state circuit court Monday. A judge is considering whether to put the new law on hold before it takes effect Friday.
Disney puts brakes on Brightline train station stopThe multi-million dollar project to expand Brightline to Disney Springs has been canceled, representatives confirmed to multiple news outlets Monday evening.
Florida's abortion ban takes effect FridayOpponents of the law say this will push a mother to seek abortion care in another state. Advocates expect women to look for life options before 15 weeks.
Miya's Law officially signed to protect renters after woman's deathTuesday, Governor Ron Desantis signed a bill commonly known as "Miya's Law" to protect renters after a teenage woman was killed by who police say was her maintenance man.
North Port man arrested for battery against victim found unconsciousNorth Port Police arrest a man for battery charges after the victim is found on the ground unconscious and out of breath.
Florida judge to hear arguments on state's new abortion lawPlanned Parenthood is among those seeking a temporary emergency injunction to stop the law approved this year by Florida's Republican-controlled legislature and governor.
Ukraine's president: Russia has become 'a terrorist' stateVolodymyr Zelenskyy cited the U.N. Charter's provision on expelling members. In a virtual address to the U.N. Security Council, Zelenskyy urged the U.N. to establish an international tribunal.
Crossing area of deadly train crash was on list, needed safety upgradesThe site of a deadly crash in Mendon, Missouri was a passive crossing, meaning it had no flashing light or automatic gate.
NY Democrats choose Hochul for governor; GOP picks ZeldinDemocrats have more than twice as many registered voters as Republicans in the state and are expected to keep the governor’s mansion this fall.
Native woman shares unique struggles in her community after federal abortion banA Choctaw citizen living in Oklahoma says the state's abortion ban is disproportionately affecting her community.
Colombia truth commission gives scathing report on civil warThe commission is made up of academics and representatives of civil society and was set up as part of a 2016 peace deal between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.
What to know about COVID-19 and vaccines this summerCOVID-19 in the U.S. is definitely not what it once was, but there are still changes in vaccines and research are still not fully understood.
Searching for solutions to droughtStretching over 200 miles, the Santa Cruz River is facing drought and high demand. It’s a river that once provided both drinking water and agriculture support throughout Arizona.
How college is helping keep the American dream aliveA recent Pew Research study found that high school graduates represented the largest drop from the middle class in the last 50 years. This becomes particularly challenging in low-income environments.
Churches closing their doors in record numbersWithin this decline are fascinating numbers about how faith and communities have evolved, particularly in tiny towns where tiny churches once formed as community centers.
Surveys say fathers want to be more active at homeThere’s something powerful to the idea that the definition of parenthood is changing – and that men (and dads specifically) want to be a part of that change.
Turning anti-Asian trauma into powerProfessor Jennifer Ho built an entire course about anti-racism that’s free on Coursera.
Local governments working toward reparationsFollowing the Civil War, former slaves were promised 40 acres and a mule as reparations. The federal government never made good on that promise.