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Florida PSC urges patience as utilities work to restore power

September 13, 2017 TALLAHASSEE — Be patient, Florida, as electric utilities work to restore power following Hurricane Irma, urges the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC), which regulates the state’s investor-owne... more »»

FDOT and DHSMV continue to monitor Santa Fe River at I-75

September 13, 2017 Upon receiving additional weather reports late Wednesday, the Florida Department of Transportation announced that it is now actively monitoring a small bridge on I-75 at mile marker 408 crossing the... more »»

Insurers offer suggestions to deal with flooded vehicles

September 13, 2017 Hurricane Irma left a substantial number of flood damaged vehicles in its wake, and the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America is offering answers to questions that owners of damaged... more »»

Cape Coral offering free potable water

September 13, 2017 The city of Cape Coral will be offering free potable water to anyone in Lee County who may need it due to Hurricane Irma. more »»

Cape curfew lifted; also lifted in most of Lee

September 13, 2017 The curfew for the City of Cape Coral due to the damage done by Hurricane Irma has been lifted effective immediately. more »»

Food and water points of distribution in Lee County opening now

September 13, 2017 Residents of Lee County who have been affected by Hurricane Irma can go to one of three points of distribution to receive food and water. more »»

City of Cape Coral,post-storm information

September 13, 2017 The city of Cape Coral released a post-storm update for city residents Wednesday afternoon: WASTE PRO/TRASH PICKUP: Residential service began today and Waste Pro is picking up household trash only... more »»

Deputies make burglary arrest during mandated curfew hours

September 13, 2017 At approximately 2:13 a.m., Monday, Sept. more »»

Deputies make arrest for attempted grand theft during mandated curfew hours

September 13, 2017 Monday evening, at approximately 10:18 p.m. more »»

County provides Hurricane Irma clean-up guidelines

September 13, 2017 As Lee County’s debris removal contractors mobilize to our area, the process of residents setting out debris for collection will begi. more »»

Free post-Irma legal assistance available

September 13, 2017 A legal aid hotline is now available for those affected by Hurricane Irma who cannot pay for an attorney: 1-866-550-2929. more »»

Lee County working to set up distribution centers for water, essentials

September 13, 2017 Lee County Emergency Management was working on locations to set up points of distribution where residents can come for water and other essential items Wednesday afternoon. more »»

Bay Pines VAHCS reactivating services following Hurricane Irma

September 13, 2017 BAY PINES, FL – Recovery operations continue across the Bay Pines VA Healthcare System following Hurricane Irma. more »»

South Seas to remain closed through Sept. 26

September 13, 2017 Following Hurricane Irma, South Seas Island Resort will remain closed to guest arrivals through Tuesday, Sept. 26. more »»

Division of Army National Guard arrives to assist FMPD

September 13, 2017 The Fort Myers Police Department welcomed the arrival of the Army National Guard unit B Co, 2-124th INF, 53rd IBCT. more »»

State prepares for I-75 closure if Santa Fe River rises

September 13, 2017 The Santa Fe River under I-75 has rapidly risen 15 feet within the past 36 hours due to the heavy rainfall over North Florida from Hurricane Irma. more »»

City officials estimate recovery in the Cape may take two months

September 12, 2017 UPDATE #16 - The Final Update, 6 p.m. Tuesday Message from the Cape Coral Fire Department Good evening Cape Coral, We know that it has been a trying couple of days. more »»

After the storm

September 12, 2017 Tuesday afternoon the Cape Coral Police Department modified the curfew imposed by county law enforcement within city limits to 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. more »»

LCEC update: 160,000-plus still without power

September 12, 2017 LCEC continues to work to repair the main circuits – lines delivering from the sources of the power. Once those lines are repaired we can begin to get power into neighborhoods. more »»

 
 

 

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