The Windsor Spitfires defeated the Owen Sound Attack 7-4 at home Thursday night.
Winds may cause issues along some shorelines in Windsor-Essex Thursday night and Friday morning.
The border may be reopening to an extent, but Transit Windsor is keeping the brakes on its popular tunnel bus to the Motor City.
The Windsor Police Service is looking for a suspect in vandalism throughout the city.
A Lakeshore resident is facing sexual assault charges after an investigation by the Ontario Provincial Police Major Crime Unit.
Travellers will soon have a uniform method of proving they are vaccinated against COVID-19.
Police had announced the arrest earlier but didn’t release any details. They are just releasing the suspect’s name and charges now.
NDP Leader Andrew Horwath is calling on the provincial government to put an auto strategy in place to protect automotive jobs throughout the province.
The COVID-19 case rate is down, our test positivity rate is down, and we are closing in on the two-week mark when usually a spike would start to become evident.
The city wants to conduct a study into licensing rental properties in Wards 1 and 2.