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Lehigh Acres trailer set ablaze by lawnmower

LEHIGH ACRES, Fla.– Lehigh Acres crews responded to a lawn trailer fire on Friday afternoon. Officials said the fire was started by a commercial lawn mower that caught fire while being transported. Crews extinguished the flames at Country Club Parkway and Archer Avenue. Workers discovered the fire in their trailer when they arrived at their next job location. No one was injured, officials said. WATCH crews work to put out the flames here: Friday afternoon, crews responded to a lawn trailer fire at Country Club Pkwy and Archer Ave. The fire was caused by a commercial mower that...

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Forecast: More heat and storms into the weekend

Your Friday forecast looks great this morning with temps in the upper 70s and generally clear skies.  We’ll track the chance for a few tiny coastal showers through the morning, and more storms will pop up this afternoon.  Storms will build west to east again today, so our inland areas will see the highest rain chances late in the afternoon.  A few isolated storms could still build back toward the coast this evening, so keep an eye on the NBC2 First Alert LIVE Doppler Radar if you’re heading out.  Temperatures will be toasty today with highs on track to reach the low to...

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Former FGCU baseball player pitches for Red Sox

FORT MYERS, Fla.– A Former Florida Gulf Coast student pitched for the Red Sox on Sunday afternoon. A former Eagle is pitching for the Red Sox today! No, not that one. Congratulations to Kutter Crawford on making his Major League debut this afternoon!#WingsUp pic.twitter.com/9AbhMWODhN — FGCU Baseball (@FGCU_Baseball) September 5, 2021 Kutter Crawford made his Major League debut with the Red Sox. And just like that the #RedSox have TWO former @FGCU_Baseball pitchers in their rotation with Kutter Crawford making his MLB debut today. @NBC2 #WingsUp https://t.co/6LuTTJirEC —...

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Lee County sheriff urges staff to get vaccinated after second deputy dies from COVID-19

LEE COUNTY, Fla. – Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno is encouraging employees in the department to get vaccinated against COVID-19. A letter was sent to staff members of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office hours after a second deputy died from complications of COVID-19 in less than a month. “I do not have to tell each of you that being a law enforcement officer is a dangerous job,” Marceno said in the letter. “With this invisible threat among us, the risks are even greater.” LCSO announced the death of Deputy Sheriff First Class William Diaz, 29, who died early Tuesday morning.  The...

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Governor DeSantis announced Florida will send aid to Mississippi and Louisiana

FORT MYERS, Fla.– Governor Ron Desantis announced that Florida will send aid during Hurricane Ida to Mississippi and Louisiana. Florida stands with our neighbors across the Gulf Coast & @FLSERT is actively assisting with Hurricane #Ida. We’ve deployed and staged Urban Search and Rescue Task Forces 1 & 2 in Mississippi. USAR Task Force 4 and 50 @FLGuard are mobilizing to Louisiana. — Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) August 29, 2021 Urban Search and Rescue has been deployed to Mississippi as well as to Louisiana. The Florida National Guard will also be sent to Louisiana...

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City of Cape Coral kicks of first film festival after pandemic delay

CAPE CORAL, Fla.– It’s showtime at Cultural Park Theatre as the City of Cape Coral celebrates its first film festival. The pandemic delayed the project by one year, but more than 20 films will play throughout Saturday and Sunday. “Usually this is a way for filmmakers to actually be able to move forward in their career and say ‘hey listen I’ve been part of 10 different film festivals and I won these many film festivals’,” said festival co-producer Camilo Vega. Organizers said it’s more than just watching movies. It’s an opportunity to meet...

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Tropical Storm Ida strengthening, expected to become a major hurricane

Tropical Storm Ida now has winds sustained at 60 mph and is on track to rapidly intensify into a major hurricane this weekend in the Gulf of Mexico. Ida is bringing heavy rain, strong winds, and storm surge to Cuba today.  Steered by high pressure, Ida will target Louisiana bringing 8 to 12 inches of rain along the central Gulf Coast with isolated spots receiving up to 15 inches. Hurricane and tropical storm watches have been posted for the central Gulf Coast.  Ida will have a favorable environment for rapid intensification into the weekend due to warm sea surface temperatures. SWFL is outside...

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Monoclonal antibody clinic opens in Immokalee

IMMOKALEE, Fla. – A new monoclonal antibody treatment clinic is opening in Immokalee on Thursday. The Department of Health said you have to be positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for the virus. The site will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Winn Dixie located at 1602 Lake Trafford Road. The post Monoclonal antibody clinic opens in Immokalee appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 (WBBH-TV)

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Cape Coral teen killed in a car crash while traveling to college

CAPE CORAL, Fla.– A Cape Coral teen is dead after a car crash on Wednesday. The family of Timothy “TJ” Rucker said the teen was traveling to Georgia where he was going to attend college. His loved ones are currently working to raise money to return his body to Lee County. On Saturday, more than $25,000 was raised on a GoFundMe account. TJ’s family said they still need around $5,000 to cover expenses. A fundraising event is scheduled for 5:30 PM on Saturday at Bowland Cape Coral. Proceeds will go towards getting TJ’s body home and his funeral expenses.  The...

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DNA leads to Michigan inmate being charged for Florida teen’s 1985 murder

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP)— Investigators have matched DNA evidence from a 1985 kidnapping, sexual assault, and death of a 17-year-old Florida girl to an inmate who was already serving two life sentences in Michigan on sexual assault charges, according to officials. David Nelson Austin, 59, has been charged with first-degree murder, armed kidnapping and sexual battery in the stabbing death of Leslie McCray, Jacksonville Sheriff’s Chief T.K. Waters announced in a news conference on Thursday. McCray’s family has been waiting almost 36 years for a breakthrough in the case. Cold case...

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