Fort Myers moves toward banning medical marijuana dispensaries

12-year-old boy missing from Collier County By Caroline Vincent Digital producer 2017-12-06T03:47:17Z2017-12-06T03:45:40Z2017-12-06T03:47:17Z

The Collier County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing 12-year-old boy.

Why Collier County won’t pay $2M owed to hurricane relief workers By Risa Morris Collier County Reporter 2017-12-05T23:26:37Z2017-12-05T23:26:06Z2017-12-05T23:26:06Z

A dispute between contractors and Collier County could end up costing taxpayers.

Drunk driving victim loses ear in crash By Trent Kelly Reporter 2017-12-04T23:41:27Z2017-12-04T23:38:26Z2017-12-04T23:40:00Z

A Cape Coral man is recovering in the intensive care unit after police said a drunk driver sent his car flying into the air.

‘The biggest loss’: Family, friends mourn Fort Myers motorcyclist 2017-12-03T23:38:06Z2017-12-03T15:16:14Z2017-12-03T23:38:06Z

A 19-year-old motorcyclist died in a crash late Saturday in Fort Myers when a car pulled into his path, troopers said.

FL Senator: Do you prefer summer or winter hours? 2017-12-05T17:19:39Z

Would you prefer summer or winter hours?

Cape Coral among top 25 safest American cities By Joshua Clay Digital producer 2017-12-05T18:25:16Z2017-12-05T17:52:31Z2017-12-05T18:25:16Z

The new batch of data shows where Americans feel the most secure.

Contractor allegedly steals customer’s credit cards from their home By Trent Kelly Reporter 2017-12-05T23:52:14Z2017-12-05T23:51:39Z2017-12-05T23:51:39Z

A Cape Coral woman is warning others after she claimed an employee of a contracting company stole her credit cards.

Thieves targeting specific boat motors in Cape Coral By Delia D’Ambra Reporter 2017-12-06T05:12:58Z2017-12-06T05:09:28Z2017-12-06T05:12:58Z

Crooks are stealing boat motors across Cape Coral.

Ford suing John Cena for selling his GT 2017-12-04T16:28:35Z2017-12-04T16:24:55Z2017-12-04T16:28:35Z

Ford Motor Company alleges Cena broke the contract and flipped his few-weeks old GT — which carries an MSRP north of $450,000 — for a large profit.

Activists push to end controversial program in Collier By Rachel Polansky Reporter 2017-12-05T23:28:44Z2017-12-05T23:05:28Z2017-12-05T23:28:44Z

There’s a renewed push to end a controversial program in Collier County that some believe promotes racial profiling.

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