Travellers may experience delays heading into Windsor from Detroit following yesterday’s shootings in Ottawa.
The Windsor Spitfires take on Plymouth tonight in the first of what will be three games in three nights.
With the election just around the corner, Windsor’s mayoral candidates continue to insist on holding the line on taxes.
The Windsor Youth Centre is marking three years of giving homeless and at-risk youth a place to go in Windsor-Essex.
BookFest Windsor 2014 kicks off tonight with a free workshop at the Windsor Public Library followed by a session with authors at the Capitol Theatre.
Windsor police report a 16-year-old boy missing since yesterday is safe.
Former CFCO Host Dorothy Dickie now works just minutes away from Parliament Hill and describes what she saw and heard on Wednesday.
The Wednesday morning shooting in Ottawa is being called a terrorist attack, but there doesn’t seem to be too much fear in southwestern Ontario.
The LaSalle Vipers got back into the win column with a 7-3 win over Lambton Shores.
Planned births look to be a thing of the past in Leamington as the hospital is set to be without an obstetrics unit for the first time since 1956.