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The Canadian illusionist has reappeared in the Caesars Windsor show schedule after a number of performances were rescheduled during the two-month casino strike earlier this year. He'll perform two shows at The Colosseum on Thursday.
After a two-month leave of absence, Caldwell First Nation's chief Mary Duckworth made a sudden return to office, citing 'nepotism' as the reason she was forced out in June — that is, until she was locked out just one day later.
A tiny but potentially deadly tapeworm has popped up in Ontario. It's dangerous for dogs and chipmunks but can also kill humans. Veterinarian Andrew Peregrine from the University of Guelph explains why it's dangerous.
Windsor police are investigating a shooting at a home on Henry Ford Centre Drive near Richmond Street.
Queen Bey dedicated her performance with husband, Jay Z, to the Queen of Soul drawing a thunderous roar from Aretha Franklin's hometown of Detroit.
Windsor police is investigating a fatal single-vehicle collision at Central Avenue and Grand Marais Road East.
The man accused of stabbing a police officer is requesting his trial be moved from Flint to Detroit.
The first section of high-tension cable barriers are being installed along a deadly stretch of Highway 401.
One of the suspects brandished an axe or hammer, according to police who attended to a robbery on the 900 block of University Avenue West about 4:30 a.m. Monday.
After a nine-hour meeting which bled late into the night, Windsor city council approved the rezoning of the new $2B mega-hospital on County Road 42 near the airport — despite a majority of public delegates urging them not to do so.
Zoha Awan, 10, first learned loom knitting from her fifth grade teacher. After passing off that skill to her six-year-old brother, the two started knitting and never stopped. From there, Hats For Cuddles was born.
The union that represents Ontario elementary public school teachers vowed to "vigorously defend" any educator who uses the modernized sex-ed curriculum in the classroom this school year in defiance of the province's decision to impose an outdated version.
Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau made an appearance in Windsor to talk "competitiveness" with local business leaders Monday afternoon.
Ontario's Progressive Conservative government announced Monday it will allow recreational pot to be sold in retail stores while the province will handle online sales.
Officers attended an apartment on the 600 block of Mill Street around 10:15 a.m. Saturday. Police said a call came in from a person who stated his friend was being held hostage for money.
Assumption Church was deteriorating and people wanted to save the building. However, some failed fundraising campaigns later, hard feelings were harboured by some people, as detailed by an independent report.