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Located in southwest Florida, Fort Myers is the home for spring training for the Boston Red Sox. Former Boston Red Sox left fielder Mike Greenwell is from Fort Myers, and was instrumental in bringing his team to the city for spring training. City of Palms Park was built in 1992 for that purpose and holds 8,000 people. A cross town rivalry has developed with the Minnesota Twins, who also conduct their spring training nearby.

Population: 65394
Local Newspapers: The News-Press
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Local Colleges: Edison State College Florida Gulf Coast University Hodges University

Zip Codes associated with fort myers, florida: 33901 33903 33905 33907 33908 33912 33913 33916 33917 33919 33928 33931
Towns/Cities near fort myers, florida : Buckingham Whiskey Creek Port La Belle

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Inside Florida's solar-powered Babcock Ranch

Families are starting to move into what is being called America's first solar-powered town. Babcock Ranch, about half an hour northeast of Fort Myers, Florida, is supposed to produce more energy than it consumes once it's finished.

North Fort Myers woman accused of Cape hit-and-run to face judge

A 30-year-old woman accused of a hit-and-run involving a child on Northeast Ninth Street will face a judge Tuesday. Laura Ashley Wood, of North Fort Myers, is facing multiple charges including three counts of hit-and-run, reckless driving and driving with a suspended or revoked license, according to a Lee County Sheriff's Office booking report.

Model disagreement on Thursday morning

While working on today's 7-day forecast a good example of model disagreement became apparent when our team was trying to decide on a low-temperature forecast for The reason for the disagreement revolves around the intensity of the temperature drop in the wake of a cold front set to move over South Florida . Some forecast models depict a big temperature slip in the front's wake.

Red tide re-emerges along Florida's southwest coast

Scientists are warning that a red tide is re-emerging along Florida's southwest coast even after a recent cold front knocked it back.

5 Things to Know: Jan. 15

It's another chilly, breezy start to our Monday morning, so make sure to grab the jacket on your way out this morning. However, after a chilly start to the morning, we'll enjoy a nice sunny day with temperatures cooler than average for this time of year.

SWFL to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The following events will take place Monday across Southwest Florida to celebrate the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: A parade to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day will begin at 11 a.m. at the Dunbar Jupiter Hammon Public Library located at 3095 Blount St., according to the Fort Myers Police Department. Formation for the parade will start at 9 a.m. The marchers will continue heading west to High Street, then turning south onto Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard., according to police.The parade will then turn west onto Monroe Street and then turning north onto Edwards Drive.

Hawaii false alarm causes real panic for local family

A Fort Myers graduate studying in Hawaii was among the many who received Saturday's false alert about a missile attack, causing her parents back home to panic. Hawaii's emergency management sent it around 8 a.m. local time, saying, in all caps, "Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii.

Florida county sees alarming increase in opioid overdoses

Lee County on Florida's Gulf Coast saw 955 cases in 2017, eight times more than the 171 overdoses reported in 2013, according to medical provider Lee Health. The News-Press reported that street drug heroin and fentanyl deaths accounted for 61 deaths in 2016 in the Fort Myers area, while in Naples, they accounted for 27 deaths.

Five students accuse former FGCU professor of sexual harassment

Five FGCU students have come forward to investigators to disclose the inappropriate actions of a former music professor, according to documents obtained from an FGCU investigation. It was allegedly a well-kept secret, as students talked among themselves about the inappropriate things-sexual in nature-this professor said and did, the documents showed.

No arrests made in Estero High School money mismanagement case

Almost $7,000 was stolen from Lee County High School fundraising. The teachers involved admit it, and yet the couple manages to remain employed and collecting two salaries from Lee County residents' tax dollars.

FTC says Fort Myers company deceptively targeted cancer patients

A company that marketed dietary supplements to help cancer patients experiencing brain fog and malnutrition after chemo-therapy has been barred by a federal court order from making those claims. Judge John Steele signed an order Friday, barring CellMark from engaging in deceptive advertising relating to the products Cognify and CellAssure.

Life in prison possible for man found guilty of grand theft

A North Fort Myers man faces up to life in prison after being found guilty of grand theft and first-degree burglary, the State Attorney's Office said in a press release on Friday. According to the release, authorities arrested Theodore Graukwickel, 36, and two others in February of 2017 after being caught robbing a North Fort Myers home.

Three Sisters hearing includes attacks, allegations but no decisions

The Lee County Hearing Examiner's office in Fort Myers became a rather heated place on Tuesday, Jan. 9 as the discussion regarding a road between Boca Grande Isles and Three Sisters Island and its proposed variances was continued from a preceding December meeting. The two sides of a very lively debate between local homeowner Chad Pike's representatives and those of the Boca Grande Isles Homeowner's Association and a company called 5F, LLC led the hearing examiner down a path that included some very personal attacks against both parties, including surveillance footage and cartoon drawings.

North Fort Myers man faces life in prison in burglary

A man Cape Coral police say is linked to multiple burglaries in the Cape faces life in prison after being convicted of charges in a North Fort Myers burglary while under surveillance. Theodore Walker Grauwickel, 36, of North Fort Myers, was convicted of grand theft and first degree burglary with $1,000 damage following a trial in Lee County, according to a release issued Friday by the State Attorney's Office.

Former Naples officer found guilty of battery

A former Naples officer was found not guilty of molesting two girls but was convicted on lesser charges of battery. Customers ran out of the Mcdonald's on Santa Barbara Boulevard in Cape Coral after seeing a man pull out a gun.

Healthy Life Center expands to Cape Coral; open house Jan. 24

With the success of the Healthy Life Center at Coconut Point, Lee Health has expanded the concept to the Wellness Center Cape Coral, 609 S.E. 13th Court, Cape Coral. To celebrate the opening of the Wellness Center Cape Coral location, Lee Health invites the community to a special open house Wednesday, Jan. 24. "The day starts with our Walking Club, which is held every Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. and this particular morning will be led by Dr. Sal Lacagnina, an internal medicine physician and Lee Health's system medical director of wellness and employee health," Molly Grubbs, director, Healthy Life Center, said in a release announcing the open house.

Police stand guard as - White Racism' class opens at Florida university Source: Cox Media Group

FORT MYERS, Fla. - A Florida university placed campus police outside a sociology class called "White Racism" after its professor was flooded with harassing emails and messages -- some of them openly racist, CNN reported.

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