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Michigan's former director of disease control testified Friday that she believed a spike in Legionnaires' disease in the Flint area was related to a switch in the city's water supply.
The post-secondary institution announced Friday 10,539 students have signed up with the school this year — a six per cent increase compared to last year.
The Detroit Tigers announced Friday that they will not bring back manager Brad Ausmus next year after four seasons that included a division title amid declining fortunes as the franchise battles age, injuries and the departure of some key stars.
Protesters gathered outside of the Ministry of Community and Social Services office Friday, to demonstrate against the lack of services and support for adults with developmental disabilities.
A judge dismissed a lawsuit against Little Caesars Pizza that alleged that pork was sold as "halal pepperoni" at a restaurant in a Detroit suburb that has a large Muslim population.
Parks and splash pads were packed Friday afternoon as people soaked up the unseasonably warm temperatures during the first day of fall.
A group of Chatham-Kent residents aired their grievances about the quality of water wells at a public meeting on the impact of the North Kent wind turbine project.
One of Windsor's hardest-to-reach parks is going to be a little easier to visit on Saturday. In celebration of Peche Island Day, a free boat and canoe service will be running from Lakeview Park Marina.
Homeowners in Windsor, LaSalle, Essex, Tecumseh, Amherstburg and Lakeshore are eligible to apply for relief through the Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians program, but there are no guarantees they will receive financial aid.
A prosecutor began laying out the allegations against two of former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty's most senior officials on Friday, marking the second corruption trial of provincial Liberals this month.
Police in Chatham are searching for a would-be robber who demanded cash at a Chatham convenience store while wielding a golf club Thursday.
Rick Nicholls is continuing his push for camera's on school buses and says he is disappointed with the push back he's getting from the provincial Liberals.
The payment to Moccasin Media, owned by Chief Louise Hillier's son David, is detailed in a forensic audit request by members at a June 3 meeting, where the membership voted to suspend the chief and council following the $576,111 powwow.
An event at a bar in downtown Windsor gave people a chance to spill their flood stories on Thursday night.
Windsor-Tecumseh NDP MPP Percy Hatfield demanded the Wynne government present a plan for Windsor flood victims caught in between private insurance coverage and Ontario's disaster recovery assistance.
A tiny preemie whose gravely ill mother had hoped to save her by shunning chemotherapy during pregnancy has died, a relative said Thursday.
A video of the incident shared on social media shows Lauren Wells walking down the driveway of her home on Manning Road to meet the bus as it slows, but seconds before the doors open, a white car roars by.
Since 2010, the tech sector in Windsor-Essex shrank by 4 percent. Meanwhile the province's sector has thrived, growing by 29 percent.