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Mobile pediatric vaccination clinic happening in Cape Coral Friday

LEE COUNTY, Fla. — Lee Health’s mobile pediatric vaccination clinic has been on the move all week and it’s latest stop is in Cape Coral. Anyone 12 and under is able to get a free COVID-19 vaccine at the walk-up clinic in Cape Coral on Friday, June 11. A parent or authorized guardian must accompany a minor for vaccination. The second dose will be set for the same location or one nearby. The pediatric vaccination clinic will be at the Family Health Centers on Del Prado Boulevard from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The next events will be in Lehigh Acres: Monday, June 14, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.,...

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CCPD officers cracking down on illegal ATV’s this weekend

LEE COUNTY, Fla. — The Cape Coral Police Department is cracking down on ATV’s. On Saturday, June 12, officers will be busting riders who are not following the rules. Reckless ATV drivers are a persistent problem in several areas across the city, according to officers. Riders are often violating the rules of the road or trespassing on vacant lots. Also, operating an ATV anywhere in Cape Coral is illegal — unless the rider owns the property they are on or it is street-legal with a valid license plate. CLICK HERE to read more about Cape Coral’s city ordinance regarding...

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Cape Coral man claims to have spotted ‘UFO’

CAPE CORAL, Fl. — A mysterious object was spotted flying in the sky over Cape Coral on Tuesday evening.  The man who saw it said at one point the aircraft was hovering right over his car, like they were ready to shine a beam down on him, trying to absorb him into what he calls a UFO.  Jose Carrodegua was on his way home from work when he saw the first of two UFO’s. He says it’s like nothing he’s ever seen before.  “The light began to separate into two and then come back together,” said Carrodegua. Just five minutes away on Santa Barbara Blvd. he took pictures...

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Cape Coral doctor offers medical marijuana discount as COVID-19 vaccine incentive

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Businesses around the US are offering people incentives to get the COVID-19 vaccine, and the marijuana business is not excluded. One business in Cape Coral is copying the model in hopes of getting more people around Southwest Florida vaccinated. Companies like Krispy Kreme and brands like Samuel Adams have offered their products for free or at a discount, so Dr. Barton Hershfield decided he would try the same thing. “We wanted to help get things back to normal safely,” said Hershfield. Dr. Hershfield works at the Medical Cannabis Physicians of Southwest...

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Hurricane season prep presentations happening in Cape Coral tonight

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — Hurricane season is here and the City of Cape Coral wants to help you get prepared. City officials are holding a hurricane seminar in the council chambers at City Hall on Wednesday night from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Cape Coral Fire Department and Division of Emergency Management will be giving presentations on what steps you should take to keep you and your family safe this hurricane season. Not able to attend the meeting? Don’t fret. CLICK HERE to view NBC2’s Hurricane Guide that was created by our First Alert Meteorologists. The post Hurricane season prep...

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More than 100 volunteers participate in Cape Coral burrowing owl census

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — The 2021 burrowing owl census in Cape Coral was completed over the weekend. More than 100 volunteers took time out of their day to do their part on Saturday. The results of the census are still being calculated, but preliminary numbers reveal that more than 2,000 owls were counted, according to the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife. That’s roughly the same amount that was counted last year. This year’s census was the fourth in a five year study that is taking a closer look at burrowing owl population in the City. The final count is expected to be available...

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Water advisory issued in Cape Coral, officials consider one-day watering schedule

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — Cape Coral city officials are asking residents to do their part in water conservation. A new advisory has been put in place as canal levels in the city continue to sink. If people don’t pay attention to how much water they use and conditions don’t improve, the city will mandate a one-day watering schedule. More than 4,000 illegal watering violations have been issued since the start of dry season. High usage and illegal watering contribute to decreased irrigation pressures. An adequate supply of irrigation water is needed for the more than 800 fire hydrants...

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Cape Coral to discuss spending $1M to keep algae out of your canal

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — Before toxic blue-green algae creeps into Cape Coral canals, city officials are discussing putting $1,000,000 towards water quality at a meeting on June 9. Most of the million dollars being discussed at today’s meeting at 3 p.m. would go towards putting bubble curtains into several of the canals in Cape Coral. Bubble curtains create a wall of air and ripples on the surface of the water that prevents anything floating from getting past it. If approved, the bubble curtains would be put in four canals within the city. Currently, ten Cape Coral canals are...

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Waste Pro’s pick up progress to be discussed at Cape Coral City Hall

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — The City of Cape Coral is expected to give an update on Waste Pro’s trash pick up progress today, June 9. Today’s update will be the first one since the City closed trash drop-off locations that were meant to help Waste Pro catch up on pick ups. Fines for Waste Pro’s missed pick ups are still being negotiated, a Cape Coral spokesperson said. In the trash company’s latest letter to the City, there are signs of improvement. So far, Waste Pro has hired 18 new drivers and several other job fair applicants should be on board soon. Yard waste routes...

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Man caught on camera spray-painting Cape Coral family’s Ring camera

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – A Cape Coral homeowner said a man was caught on camera spraying his Ring surveillance camera with spray paint twice. The home is located near Pelican Boulevard and SW 44th Street. The homeowner said the paint ruined the camera and left paint on the house. The post Man caught on camera spray-painting Cape Coral family’s Ring camera appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 Cape Coral

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