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Arrest made in Niagara Falls graffiti investigation

Niagara police have made an arrest in connection to graffiti tagging. Stephen Kelly, 26, was charged with mischief. He was released on an Officer in Charge...

Life-saving effort at last night’s Niagara IceDogs game, when the goalie...

A young hockey goalie with the Niagara IceDogs is recovering tonight following a severe on-ice injury during last night's game. A caution, in the video...

MyDovetale allows mental health patients to virtually meet with doctors

Hamilton's St. Joseph's Hospital is embarking on a new era of healthcare. Offering new technology that allows mental health patients to access care through a...

Ontario scraps cannabis lottery system to allow for more pot shops

The Ontario government is scrapping the lottery system it has used to award licenses for cannabis stores starting in January. The move will eventually increase...

Markland family wants apology after lawsuit settled

A Hamilton family believes police racism may have played a role when they were wrongly targetted in a terrifying 2011 police raid. As Lisa Hepfner...

First Degree Murder Charge Dropped

The crown has withdrawn a first-degree murder charge leveled at an 18-year-old teen arrested in connection with the stabbing death of Devan Selvey outside...

City of Welland halts planned grow op

The city of Welland hit the pause button on a planned grow op. City council passed a motion to freeze the project while it...

Canadians are projected to spend $1,500 on holiday shopping

This Christmas Canadians are projected to spend around $1,500 on holiday shopping. For many, that kind of cash isn't just lying around, and so on...

City of Hamilton contract with Alectra Utilities will continue for at...

The city of Hamilton says its water billing contract with Alectra Utilities will continue for at least another year as it looks into whether...

Teachers Launch Legal Challenge

Four teacher unions are launching legal challenges against provincial legislation they say is an attack on collective bargaining rights. The Ford government passed a bill...

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Hamilton preacher suffered a stroke in the US and is struggling...

On November 24th, Mark Johnson of Hamilton was in Brooklyn, New York, preaching at his sister's church. When called to speak, he suffered a stroke...

19 puppies stolen from Pilkington property