Southwestern Ontario could see some strong thunderstorms on Tuesday evening.
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It has been determined there are no reasonable grounds to charge any of the officers who attended an incident which resulted in a man shooting himself in the head.
A Ferrari was stolen last Thursday and police need help locating it.
Grade 9 students are testing below the provincial average in applied math and the school board will try and get them back up to par or better.
The wheels of justice are turning slowly in the first degree murder trail of Kourtny Audette.
Five families have moved to Chatham-Kent from various parts of the world to test if the community can handle an influx of refugees.
Someone will have a tough time finding a use for a set of tires they stole yesterday, which turned out to be for a Zamboni.
Chatham-Kent’s hepatitis C rate is more than twice the provincial average and health officials say it is almost entirely due to drug use.
The International Plowing Match (IPM) is right around the corner and 1,700 people have a chance to make history.
There has been another delay in the first-degree murder case against Kourtny Audette, but this appears to be the last.