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14 year old involved in fatal crash being held for bail hearing

The 14 year old boy involved in a crash Tuesday that killed a 12 year old girl will be held in custody until his bail hearing set for August 3rd. Read more...

St. Catharines landlord fined for fire code violations

St. Catharines Fire Chief Dave Wood is urging landlords to make sure their rental properties are fire safe and up to code after a recent ruling from the Ontario Court of Justice. Read more...

BREAKING - Toronto police officer convicted of attempted murder granted bail during appeal process

A Toronto police officer sentenced to six years for gunning down a troubled teen on an empty streetcar three years ago has been granted bail while he appeals the conviction. Read more...

14 year old at wheel of fatal crash seeks bail

He's been in police custody since Tuesday and now the young teen charged in connection with a fatal crash in Caledon will seek bail. Read more...

BREAKING - San Diego officer dies following shooting

Authorities say one police officer has died and another remains in surgery after being shot in a San Diego neighbourhood. Read more...

Toronto cop sentenced to six years in jail launches appeal

A Toronto police officer sentenced to six years for gunning down a  teen on an empty streetcar three years ago is expected to learn today if he'll get bail while he appeals. Read more...

Controversial tenor to play FirstOntario Centre

Despite the controversy, the lone wolf tenor, who changed the words to O Canada, will still be playing FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre in St Catharines this fall. Read more...

OSPCA calling on pet owners to take the #NoHotPets pledge

A reminder from the Ontario SPCA on the dangers of leaving your pet in a hot car, with a hot long weekend in the forecast. Read more...

Rotary Ribfest kicks off at noon in Montebello Park

It's the long weekend and it's that time of year to chow down on some great ribs. Read more...

OPP want you to Move Over

Provincial police say they'll be cracking down on motorists who fail to move over for roadside emergency vehicles during the Civic Day long weekend. Read more...