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Two of the three karaoke champions in Canada are from the same small bar in Hamilton. And now they're headed to the 2018 Karaoke World Championships in Finland.
Police say the suspect is white, between 30 and 35 years old and stands about 5'9" tall. He has short, dark, receding hair and was last seen wearing dark pants and a hooded sweatshirt with the word "RAPTORS" in red letters on the front.
The 68-year-old bus driver was heading north on Sandusk Road in Hagersville when he collided with another vehicle heading west on Concession 13 Walpole around 7:14 a.m. Monday.
Niagara Region police have released photos and video of four men in hopes of identifying them in connection with a downtown St. Catharines shooting that left a man with critical injuries.
Tenants in the east-end highrises have been refusing to pay rent since May. They are asking for their landlord to cancel a proposed rent increase and to complete repairs.
The City of Hamilton is a step closer to yanking $145,000 from the local United Way and encouraging its workers to give to an in-house fund instead.
Metro Morning will be broadcasting from Hamilton Wednesday as it explores how Toronto's housing affordability issues are affecting both cities.
The Ontario Court of Appeal has reversed a Superior Court ruling which would have seen the City of Hamilton making a huge payout to a quadraplegic.
The Hamilton Bulldogs say head coach Dave Matsos is "resting comfortably" at a hospital a day after collapsing on the team bench during a game.
Ontario's police watchdog says it will not be releasing the identity of the man who died after a gas station shootout that left two Halton Region police officers with injuries.
Hamilton police have identified 19-year-old Natshon Defreitas of Toronto as the victim of an early morning homicide in the city's east end.
Toronto police have arrested and charged a Hamilton man after a "threatening" Facebook post from a fake profile suggested there would be a mass shooting at a downtown Toronto nightclub.
University of Guelph student Alyssa Waslyk didn't know she'd lost her wallet. "I'd had a long day, I was pretty tired." So it was a shock to learn someone drove from Guelph to Burlington to return it intact.
Byron Rawson shot himself three months after returning from war. He is simply buried as "Byron." On Saturday, he'll get a full military commemoration, including a flyover by a war plane.