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Provincial grocery store chain charged for fire code violation

Provincial grocery store chain charged for fire code violation

Provincial grocery store chain charged $8,000 for violating the fire code.
Gaming console theft leads to assault charges

Gaming console theft leads to assault charges

Suspect allegedly assaulted security guard and employee when confronted while trying to leave the store with unpaid gaming console.
Six years later, Resolute lawsuit against Greenpeace continues

Six years later, Resolute lawsuit against Greenpeace continues

Suit filed in Thunder Bay alleged Resolute was damaged by false statements.
City Hall asserts 'no plan' to join Thunder Bay fire and paramedic services

City Hall asserts 'no plan' to join Thunder Bay fire and paramedic services

The city is looking for ways to control costs while maintaining 'appropriate' service levels
<b>Update:</b> Rain and snow melt causing flooding <b>(4 photos)</b>

Update: Rain and snow melt causing flooding (4 photos)

Reports of flooded areas around Thunder Bay continue to rise.
<b>Video:</b> March 13, 2019: Flood Watch

Video: March 13, 2019: Flood Watch

March 13, 2019: Flood Watch
Melting snow could reveal more discarded needles

Melting snow could reveal more discarded needles

The Superior Points Harm Reduction program is advising the public to take precautions as they are anticipating more discarded needles to be found as the snow melts.
Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Foggy high of +3C
Official plan change could open LPH greenspace to residential development

Official plan change could open LPH greenspace to residential development

Province places residential designation on wooded, northern portion of Lakehead Psychiatric Hospital property, reversing previous council decision to attempt to restrict development.
Police continue to investigate three unsolved homicides from 2018

Police continue to investigate three unsolved homicides from 2018

The investigations into the deaths of Amelia Sainnawap, David Sweeney, and Geoffrey Corbeil remain open as police continue to address increasing gun violence in the city