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Cape Coral officials work to find solution after a series of drunk driver crashes

CAPE CORAL, Fla.– A Cape Coral homeowner is asking City officials to make the safety improvements in her neighborhood after a suspected drunk driver crashed into her home.  The driver crashed into Lauri Langone’s home off Southeast 20th Court several weeks ago.  Previous coverage: Cape Coral woman accused of crashing car into home A Cape Coral City spokesperson said there have been five crashes at or near this property. At least three of those crashes were related to drunk driving. “I am counting on you guys to help me stay in my little house that I love,...

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Illegal dumper leaves pile of poop near Cape Coral home

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — Someone dumped pounds of poop right next to a Cape Coral home. Michael Harsch said he and his wife have lived there for four years. While don’t own the vacant lot next to them, they’ve never had a problem with dumping there. A few days ago, they were out by their pool and smelled something when the wind picked up. Harsch said a landscaper pointed out a pile of poop just steps away from the fence around their yard. “It had to be either somebody who picks it up for a living that dropped it here,” he says. “It wasn’t somebody that’s...

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Cape Coral man wins $1 million from Florida Lottery

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – A 53-year-old Cape Coral man won a $1 million prize from a Florida Lottery scratch-off game. Dustin Sydow won the prize playing the $5,000,000 LUCK Scratch-Off game, and chose to collect his winnings as a one-time, lump-sum payment of $760,000. Sydow bought the ticket from the RaceTrac located at 2607 Del Prado South in Cape Coral. According to the Florida Lottery, the $20 game, launched in September 2019, features more than $329 million in cash prizes and includes six top prizes of $5 million. The game’s overall odds of winning are one-in-2.97. The post Cape Coral...

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How to give Cape Coral officials input on the future of the city

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — If you have some ideas for the future of Cape Coral, city officials want to brainstorm with you. A community forum at Lake Kennedy Center off of Santa Barbara Boulevard is happening on Tuesday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Feedback received at the meeting will be used to create a new vision and strategic plan for the city. Those who attend the forum will participate in activities to identify priorities for the future of Cape Coral. CLICK HERE for more information. The post How to give Cape Coral officials input on the future of the city appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 Cape...

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Cape Coral pulling the plug on trash drop-off sites

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — After months of delays and frustrated residents, Waste Pro operations in Cape Coral are finally getting back on schedule. City officials have decided to shutdown the drop-off sites that were created to help take a load off of Waste Pro, who was understaffed. Friday, June 4, and Saturday, June 5, are your last days to drop-off trash at the remaining two locations at Cultural Park and City Hall. The Cultural Park site will be open from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Friday and the City Hall site will be open from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday. After that, all sites...

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City of Cape Coral discussing plan to prevent blue-green algae in waterways

CAPE CORAL, Fla.– The City of Cape Coral is continuing to work on preventing blue-green algae in Cape Coral waterways. The City’s plan will reactivate the bubble curtain in the Mandolin Canal, adding additional bubble curtains in priority canals. The estimated cost for the 10 bubble curtains would be around $750,000. “Our whole goal here is to be proactive to try and get ahead of the algae and try and prevent the algae as best as possible,” said Cape Coral Assistant Public Works Director Michael Ilczyszyn.  Ilczyszyn said between building, shipping...

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Record number of people going to Cape COVID testing site

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Even with COVID-19 cases going down, the Curative testing site in Cape Coral has been seeing a record number of people. With the testing site at CenturyLink Sports Complex in Fort Myers closed, more people have been going to the site in Cape Coral, located at 1020 Cultural Park Blvd, across from City Hall. About two weeks ago, the Cape Curative site was averaging 150 people. Now, they’re seeing about 250 people per day. As for COVID-19 vaccines, which are available at the site as well, they have been able to vaccinate about 200 people. Chief Lamb with the Cape...

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Red Cross responded to help 5 people affected by Cape Coral fire

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — A fire erupted in an apartment on Hancock Creek Boulevard in The Crossing in Cape Coral early Thursday morning, officials said. Five people were displaced by the fire, a spokesperson for the American Red Cross said. Local volunteers from the Disaster Action Team helped the two adults and three children coordinate a place to stay and other emergency aid. The Red Cross also provided emergency financial assistance as well as health and mental health services. Ten fire and rescue units responded to the fire. No injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is not yet known. The...

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Cape Coral financial advisor sentenced for over $1 million fraud

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – A former financial advisor in Cape Coral was sentenced to five years in prison for defrauding clients. David Rockwell, 45, was sentenced to five years in federal prison for wire and bank fraud, according to the Department of Justice. The court also entered a money judgment of $1,018,000, the proceeds of his wire and bank fraud. Rockwell pleaded guilty on Jan. 14. Rockwell managed investment and retirement accounts for his clients, according to court documents. Prosecutors said he started defrauding clients and misappropriating his clients’ funds for his own purpose....

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Cyclist & SUV collide in Cape Coral

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — A SUV and a bicyclist crashed on SW 3rd Street in Cape Coral Wednesday morning. NBC2 crews arrived to the scene near Nicholas Parkway and saw an SUV and bicycle at the scene of the crash. Officers with the Cape Coral Police Department are investigating the crash. The bicyclist was injured, but is expected to survive, police said. SW 3rd street was shut down as officers worked the crash. The post Cyclist & SUV collide in Cape Coral appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 Cape Coral

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