Chris Earl, Fox 4 News

Chris Earl

Fox 4 News

Fort Myers, FL, United States

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Past articles by Chris:

Even after losing WNBA draft pick, FGCU women hit 30 wins again

FGCU women's basketball team play to loud support from fans who were in their 30s when FGCU even opened → Read More

Inside Terry Park's glorious past in spring training

As people drive past Terry Park on Palm Beach Blvd. each day it's a park that is very unassuming. The location where, for decades, the best baseball players on the planet got ready for the season. → Read More

Black History Month: A Naples moving company always remembers its railroad roots

A Pullman porter for decades, the late Cleveland Bass and his legacy are still felt all throughout the company. → Read More

Ian recovery at Fort Myers Shores constant as 2022 closes out

Storm surge of eight feet came through plenty of properties in the north part of Fort Myers Shores from Ian. → Read More

Questions on hurricane recovery keep coming, more than two months since Ian

Local and federal specialists help people understand insurance, contractors, contracts and what not to sign. → Read More

Aerial view of the Sanibel Lighthouse, east end of island

Fox 4 captured drone footage of the Sanibel Lighthouse, still standing but missing one leg after Ian → Read More

Port Charlotte residents slowly picking up the pieces

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, residents of Southwest Florida have started to figure out what is left from their lives before the storm. → Read More

Swift response despite false school shooting call

Friday’s false report of an active shooter at South Fort Myers didn’t lead to the worst fears of school violence but it did merit a strong law enforcement response. → Read More

One dead, one with "life-threatening injuries" after early Sunday shooting in Collier County

Investigators say two men were responsible for a shooting death that killed a 34-year-old woman east of Golden Gate. → Read More

As bear market hits U.S. economy, what is the SWFL impact?

Calling it the "recession of our generation", an economics and finance professor from Florida Gulf Coast University takes FOX4 through the larger elements at play here amid the uncertainty. → Read More

2 SWFL students drafted for the 2022 WNBA

A historic night for women’s basketball in Southwest Florida as two former college stars get drafted in the 2022 WNBA Draft. → Read More

New camera, spike in traffic tickets at one Cedar Rapids intersection

An i9 investigation uncovers why speeding camera tickets jumped near one Cedar Rapids hospital. → Read More

Founding member of the band Kansas passes away

One of the founding members of the band Kansas has passed away. → Read More

Founding member of the band Kansas passes away

One of the founding members of the band Kansas has passed away. → Read More

Solon Beef Days Returns, Ready for the New “50th” Event

Jean Stinocher has been a part of every Solon Beef Days event going back to the first one, back in 1971. → Read More

Saving Swine in Solon With the “SmartGuard”

A small company in Solon, Iowa has developed the "SmartGuard", to save piglets from getting crushed. → Read More

A Place to Perform For Our Town Solon

Inside the Solon Center for the Arts, built after a 2014 bond vote for $25.5 million in school improvements. → Read More

Post-COVID: A look at jobs, spending and how this pandemic impacted workers

After his projections in a June 2020 article in the BBC proved true, a Cornell College professor looks at how he expects 2021 to play out, financially. → Read More

Iowa holds seats in Congress, lags behind national average in 2020 U.S. Census

Inside Iowa's census data from 2020, where most counties lost population as growth was slower than the U.S. average. → Read More

9 Who Care: Skott Gent, a driving force behind an Ag Education Center in Maquoketa

A challenge so many rural counties and towns face are resources for education, especially to try and keep the best and brightest. → Read More