5 Things to Know in Florida for Sept. 30

CALLING ALL WEDDING CRASHERS

A southwest Florida couple inspired by the popular movie “Wedding Crashers” is asking strangers to crash their wedding next month. Lee Sheriff Deputy Paul Johnson are hosting the wedding at an outdoor shopping plaza to accommodate unexpected guests.

FEDS SAY THEY FOUND MORE THAN 2,100 STOLEN LETTERS, PACKAGES IN FLORIDA MAIL CARRIERS HOUSE, CAR

John M. Doyle Jr., 38, told investigators he stole three or four times a week because he needed the money. Authorities set up a sting after residents started to notice letters and gifts were missing.

JETBLUE GIVING KIDS WITH AUTISM A TEST RUN ON FLYING

JetBlue Airways on Wednesday will give children who have autism and their parents the chance to go through a simulated boarding of a flight at Orlando International Airport in an effort to get them comfortable with the idea of flying before they actually go on a flight.

CHEF EMERIL LAGASSEE SAYS HE INITITALLY WASN’T INTERESTED IN FLORIDA TV SHOW WHEN PRODUCERS FIRST APPROACHED HIM

In an AP interview about his new cookbook, Lagassee says he was taking a break and didn’t want to do another show, but the chef, who has a house in the Panhandle, says he loves fishing and cooking his catches from the Atlantic, the Gulf and all the lakes in Florida and wanted to show viewers all the bounty the state had to offer.

FLORIDA PANTHER KITTEN KILLED NEAR NAPLES

The 13-month-old kitten was struck by a vehicle on Interstate 75 early Wednesday. This is the 30th Florida panther to die in 2015 and the 21st on roadways.

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