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Sunday February 23

Florida Parental-Consent Abortion Bill To Get Likely House Approval

      The Florida House on Thursday afternoon is poised to adopt a bill…

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Friday November 08

Simple Steps for Planning an Accessible and Affordable Family Vacation

Planning an accessible family vacation doesn’t have to mean sacrificing fun or your family’s budget.…

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Lee County & Florida News

May 08, 2021

How to Have Fun Safely as We Wait for Herd Immunity

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We are all ready for the world to return to normal. Many of us have missed vacations for the last year, avoided family gatherings, and haven’t had lunch out with friends since the start of the pandemic. But there are plenty of signs that things are finally…
January 10, 2021

Proposed Toll Roads And Panther Saftey

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People were responsible for most of the 22 Florida panthers deaths in 2020. According to data from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, one was hit by a train Another was killed by a panther. One person killed one panther intentionallyon…
January 08, 2021

Florida Education Bills Already Introduced and In Committee !

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Florida Lawmakers have been busy, here are a number of bills related to Education.These bills have already been introduced and are in commitee at this time. FL H0075Feminine Hygiene Products in Public Schools Bill SummaryCiting this act as the "Learning with…
January 08, 2021

Get In Shape Special... $25 for 10 - 90 minute sessions BIKRAM YOGA of Fort Myers

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YES.... you read that right, $25 for 10 - 90 minutes sessions, new students only, just show up to class early and meet Jim in person! Be early, to respect all students attending, there is NO Late Admittance. Classes are Monday thru Friday at 9 am and 6pm and…
A duck floats past an algae bloom in a mangrove along the  Caloosahatchee River during the “green slime” summer in, 2018
December 19, 2020

Rising Seas Could Divert Florida Funding From Everglades Water Quality

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House Speaker Chris Sprowls and Senate President Wilton Simpson want to address water quality and tidal flooding issues differently than lawmakers have done so since at least 2017. The two new leaders of the Republican-controlled Florida Legislature are…
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December 19, 2020

Florida Property Insurance Rates Surge

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As property insurance rates skyrocket, Citizens Property Insurance Corp. will become an increasingly more affordable option for Florida’s 6.2 million homeowners. That could be disastrous, however, Citizens' Actuarial & Underwriting Committee warned in its…
November 30, 2020

Ashley Moody offers online shopping safety tips for Cyber Monday

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Attorney General Ashley Moody encouraged Floridians this Cyber Monday to beware of online scammers throughout the holiday season. Moody provided several tips to help Floridians protect themselves from identity theft and other cybercrimes. The tips come as…
Andrew Gillum presents check to Terrie Rizzo in May 2019.
November 30, 2020

Andrew Gillum’s nonprofit never actually wrote a check to Florida Democrats. So where did it spend its cash?

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Andrew Gillum shined a signature grin at a May press event last year as he stood alongside Democratic leaders. The former Democratic gubernatorial candidate handed a $100,000 game-show-style check to Florida Democratic Party Chair Terrie Rizzo. The logo for…
November 30, 2020

The Right Side: You Are Going To Get What You Asked For.... And You Are Not Going To Like It

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For those of you who did vote for Biden and Harris…If They Win.... you really screwed up! Have you noticed gas prices have already gone up from $1.85 to $2.35? Do you think it means nothing? When it hits $3.50 a gallon (and it will) remember you had a choice.…
November 09, 2020

Florida Republicans sustain grip on state Senate

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Florida Republicans began the 2020 election cycle with a 23-17 majority in the state Senate, and they likely will enter the 2021 legislative session with that same advantage. Twenty of the Senate's 40 seats were on Tuesday's ballot, and the makeup of the…
Oct 23, 2020 205

Coalition: Florida trying to hide overwhelming opposition to toll road plan

As three regional task forces prepare for final meetings to gauge the feasibility of the…
Aug 07, 2020 708

New, Earlier, Census Deadline Could Cost Florida Billions In Federal Funding And Third New Congressional Seat

The U.S. Census Bureau's new deadline to finish the decennial headcount likely ensures…
Lee superintendent of schools Gregory K. Adkins says school start date set for August 10th could change depending on COVID-19 numbers, He will decide by July 20
Jul 19, 2020 2858

Florida School Districts Seek Parents' Input As August School Openings Near

Many of Florida’s 67 county school districts are asking parents their preference for…
Police react after a demonstrator threw back a tear gas canister during a demonstration next to the city of Miami Police Department on Saturday, May 30, 2020
Jun 01, 2020 3520

Local officials in Florida brace for violence, but most relax curfews after weekend protests, riots

State and local officials were anxiously awaiting what Monday night might bring after…
May 15, 2020 1208

DeSantis says ‘stay tuned’ for further relaxations of Florida's COVID-19 restrictions

Gov. Ron DeSantis hinted Thursday he will announce further relaxations of COVID-19…
May 12, 2020 631

New policy mandates daily COVID-19 testing for Florida nursing home employees

With at least 656 nursing home and long-term care residents among the 1,779 who have died…
Apr 29, 2020 853

DeSantis unveils phase 1: Re- Opening Florida!

Gov. Ron DeSantis held a press conference Wednesday at 5pm ... He announced the details…
Apr 27, 2020 721

Florida insurance chief: Pandemics not covered under most business interruption policies

Florida Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier delivered some good news and some bad news…
Apr 25, 2020 2312

Florida marijuana dispensaries buck national trend with sustained sales spike

Medical marijuana sales surged nationwide during the first few weeks of the COVID-19…
Visitors enjoy Clearwater Beach last week, in Clearwater Beach, Fla.
Apr 25, 2020 690

Rebound strategy could begin by asking Floridians to take an in-state vacation

The real obstacle in rebuilding Florida's post-pandemic tourism economy will be…
Apr 25, 2020 1169

Clear guidance, protocols could help Florida businesses decide best time to reopen

“No Shirt, No Shoes, No Mask, No Service.” Get used to it. You may see it on storefronts…
Apr 21, 2020 939

Meteor shower tonight

You may not be able to see the moon in the sky tonight because it's almost the new moon,…

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