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48 min ago | WINK-TV Fort Myers
Thursday's storms churned up rough waves off the coast of Southwest Florida. Only WINK News was there as this sailboat rocked back and forth in Caxambas Pass.
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2 hrs ago | NBC2 News
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3 hrs ago | Naples Daily News
Storm Shield is a potentially life-saving iPhone weather app that acts like a NOAA Emergency Weather Radio.
8 hrs ago | Marco Eagle
These trees on the west side of Bald Eagle Drive in Old Marco are planted closer than the permitted 18 feet.
Their handiwork will go on display and be available for purchase next week at the 34th annual Marco Island Shell Show and Craft Sale.
The board of commissioners will discuss increasing the speed limit on a busy road by at least 5 miles per hour.
Marco Island Police Chief Thom Carr, formerly assistant police chief under Roger Reinke, who took a position as assistant city manager of Naples in 2008.
From Tallahassee to Marco Island the state has been hopping with the improvements of the economy, a resurgence in growth and improving property values.
The fight for Trey Radel's former seat in Congress took a nasty tone this week when attack ads started airing which blasted GOP contender Curt Clawson.
UPDATE: Commissioner Cecil Pendergrass contacted us this evening and said he is no longer unsatisfied with the letter Algenol sent on Friday.
Plans for the modernization and upgrades to the Rose Marina on Bald Eagle Drive ran into a patch of rough water at Monday's Marco Island City Council meeting.
When they first captured the attention and renewed respect of Marco Islanders two years ago, the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team walked away with a very respectable $4,400.
Doors open at least a half-hour before each event for a candidate meet-and-greet.
Council split over whether to spend $30,000 to conduct a mail ballot, rather than wait for voters to make the decision at the Aug. 26 primary.
House Speaker John A. Boehner will run for the position again and is confident in his re-election, saying Monday he's on solid ground with his often-fractious GOP troops.
Cheryl Ferrara/Eagle Correspondent Representing city staff in this file photo at Marco Island's Planning Board meeting Friday are, from left, Lena Upham, Joe Irvin and City Attorney Burt Saunders.