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Police looking to identify knife and syringe wielding robbery suspect

Police looking to identify knife and syringe wielding robbery suspect

Woman fled May Street convenience store with undisclosed amount of cash on Tuesday.
New Zealand mosque attacks devastating, says LU lecturer

New Zealand mosque attacks devastating, says LU lecturer

MP Patty Hajdu among chorus of politicians condemning the deadly attacks that killed 49 and sent nearly 50 more to hospital. A vigil will be held on Friday night at the Thunder Bay Masjid.
Search warrant leads to six arrests

Search warrant leads to six arrests

Six Thunder Bay residents have been remanded into custody following a search warrant.
Adopt Me: Amber loves to go for walks <b>(2 photos)</b>

Adopt Me: Amber loves to go for walks (2 photos)

Tbnewswatch.com, in partnership with Paws for Love, brings you a regular feature highlighting a pet that is in need of adoption.
Outdoor skating rinks closed for the season

Outdoor skating rinks closed for the season

Outdoor skating rinks have closed for the season, but Prince Arthur's Landing skating rink remains open.
<b>Video:</b> March 14, 2019: Water pooling

Video: March 14, 2019: Water pooling

March 14, 2019: Water pooling
University gets $515K for nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer

University gets $515K for nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer

A replacement for a 20-year-old piece of equipment, the new device will allow researchers to study chemical make-up of a wide variety of materials.
Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Back to winter conditions. Periods of snow.
<b>TGIF:</b> Win $100 Gift Card from Pizza Hut!

TGIF: Win $100 Gift Card from Pizza Hut!

Federal government, Cat Lake sign $12.8M agreement

Federal government, Cat Lake sign $12.8M agreement

Agreeement signed on Thursday commits to 15 new housing units, repair and renovation of 21 existing units and 10 new modular units to address housing crisis in Cat Lake First Nation.