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Man accused in 2021 death of Kody Furioso to stand trial for second-degree murder

Man accused in 2021 death of Kody Furioso to stand trial for second-degree murder

The judge presiding over the preliminary hearing for Dustin Moffatt ruled there is enough evidence to proceed to trial on a charge of second-degree murder for his alleged role in the 2021 death of 16-year-old Kody Furioso
UPDATE: Second suspect charged with murder in Pearl Street death

UPDATE: Second suspect charged with murder in Pearl Street death

Thunder Bay police have arrested a second suspect in a murder they now say occurred on Nov. 14, three days before officers were dispatched to a Pearl Street residence.
Vikings, Tigers pick up OFSAA wins

Vikings, Tigers pick up OFSAA wins

Hammarskjold takes on Patrick Fogarty Catholic on Friday looking to advance to the girls basketball quarterfinals, while Westgate was 2-1 on Thursday and will need some help to advance in the 'AA' volleyball championship.
Funding means care bus, street outreach van will run this winter

Funding means care bus, street outreach van will run this winter

Nearly $500,000 in new funding will rescue winter supports for the homeless, but frontline agencies say the scramble for dollars shows the province needs to step up
Good morning, Thunder Bay!

Good morning, Thunder Bay!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices.
Fog in Toronto leads to T-Wolves cancellation

Fog in Toronto leads to T-Wolves cancellation

Saturday's game against Waterloo is still scheduled to go ahead.
<b>VIDEO:</b> DSSAB provides money for homelessness initiatives

VIDEO: DSSAB provides money for homelessness initiatives

Hospital guarantees $1 million for December 50/50 draw

Hospital guarantees $1 million for December 50/50 draw

Foundation officials hope to capture the magic of last year's December draw, which featured a $2.3-million prize.
NAN early years summit focuses on importance of traditional teachings

NAN early years summit focuses on importance of traditional teachings

The three-day summit in Thunder Bay hosted by Nishnawbe Aski Nation explored how to expand access to services across communities and ensuring traditional and cultural teachings are an integral part of early childhood education
Surge in hospital admissions likely peaked in October

Surge in hospital admissions likely peaked in October

Wait times at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre emergency department remain higher than normal, but hospital CEO Rhonda Crocker Ellacott says admission numbers appear to be stabilizing
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