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Firefighters needed hydraulic rescue tools to rescue two people trapped in a crash on Cape Coral Parkway early Saturday morning.
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"The Drowsy Chaperone": Winner of 5 Tony Awards, this musical confection begins when a die-hard musical fanatic, played by Jim Heffernan, tries to ease his blues by playing his favorite 1920s cast album of "The Drowsy Chaperone."
There's a new push to legalize marijuana in Florida. A Florida Senator filed a bill that would allow for the recreational use of pot.
The two people inside were delivering the News-Press in the 900 block of Southwest 6th Court.
A sure sign that spring is here and summer is just ahead occurs when Sun Splash Family Waterpark opens for the season in Cape Coral.
Visual clutter is becoming a problem along Collier County roadways. So much so that it's spurred attention of the county commissioners.
After three years of hard work and studying, Jacob Williamson jumped in the air and cheered.
Perhaps everything you ever wanted to know about plants and gardening is available to share and be shared Saturday at the sixth annual March in the Park event in Cape Coral's riverfront Jaycee Park.
On February 18, the subject shown in the pictures went to the Wal-Mart located at 1619 Del Prado Boulevard South and purchased an Apple iPad, valued at $500, with a stolen credit card.
Cape Coral police are investigating a drive-by shooting that happened early Thursday morning.
The Cape Coral Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a suspect involved in a shooting early Thursday morning.
Jodi Marturano has joined the Ted Todd Insurance Agency as its human resource manager at the corporate home office in Bonita Springs, Florida.
This week in Southwest Florida, an aerialist and a mermaid went shopping. Others at the mall probably didn't notice as each lacked her usual glittery, shimmery ensemble.
Come and see firsthand the talents of Betty's Guys and Dolls Dance Group for an unforgettable music and dance experience.
Nicole Waid has left her job as chief assistant U.S. attorney in Fort Myers - the highest ranking federal law enforcement official in Southwest Florida - to become a partner with national law firm Roetzel & Andress in Washington, D.C. Waid focuses her practice on white collar litigation and corporate compliance, according to Roetezel's website.