The first-degree murder case against Kourtny Audette has been adjourned another two weeks.
Police are trying to track down a suspended driver who took off during a traffic stop and they’re also looking into a series of break-ins that took place this week.
Chatham-Kent police are trying to track down four more long guns that were stolen during a break-in earlier this week.
Ontario will not be hiking a tax on beer November 1 as planned.
A moratorium on school consolidations, set in June by the Ford government, continues.
A Windsor man has been charged after a car crashed into a farm tractor.
When it comes to pot smoking, Ontario sits in the middle of the pack.
Annette Roy is inspiring hope during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Advanced polls are officially open in Chatham-Kent and voters can still vote online until Monday.
Provincial police are calling this past Thanksgiving weekend “one of the deadliest” in recent history.