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The Shape of Water's 13 Oscar nominations are more of Guillermo del Toro spreading the word, says Hamilton's mayor.
Hamilton police are warning the public to be on the lookout for a man wanted for three separate attacks with a large machete in the last several weeks.
The federal government is putting $20 million over the next five years into fighting the threat of invasive Asian carp in the Great Lakes.
A Hamilton man is fundraising to make sure local kids will get to see the king of Wakanda take centre stage in a landmark film for black pop culture.
Between two conservation authorities, Hamilton taxpayers are paying $2 million more a year than they were three years ago. "It's millions of dollars at the stroke of a pen."
ArcelorMittal Dofasco must pay after black grit from one of the company’s blast furnaces fell, in February 2015, on a north Hamilton neighbourhood.
A Hamilton police officer convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice after he "encouraged" a source to plant a gun at a suspected drug trafficker's house has lost his appeal of his conviction and sentence.
Hamilton's residential care homes are at risk of closing if the government doesn't help them shoulder the minimum wage increase. But the city says it can't afford to help.
Homicide investigators believe the gunman who mistakenly killed a Greater Toronto Area woman last year also perpetrated the high-profile shooting death of an infamous Hamilton crime figure a few months later.
The NDP is calling on Patrick Brown to "do the right thing" and release a secret conversation between party brass and a would-be Hamilton PC election candidate that the PCs are fighting to keep under wraps.
A Hamilton family believes that a drug overdose killed a 23-year-old man who died at the Barton Street jail late last week.
After years of false starts, the lights are on again at the Royal Connaught — and that's huge news for the downtown core.
A public visitation for Holly Hamilton, who was killed last week at age 29, is scheduled for Friday afternoon and evening.
A man and woman trying to escape police drove a stolen red pickup truck onto some train tracks in Hamilton’s industrial sector on Sunday and got stuck, police said.
A single-vehicle crash overnight near St. Joe's hospital in downtown Hamilton sent three people to hospital.
Niagara Regional Police say three people are facing drug-related charges in a fentanyl investigation.