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Windsor man arrested after fleeing stolen vehicle

Windsor man arrested after fleeing stolen vehicle

A police officer pulled over the male after suspecting a stolen vehicle, and later arrested the suspect after he fled on foot
Woman remains in hospital following assault

Woman remains in hospital following assault

One woman is in stable condition at the hospital and another woman has been arrested following an assault on Langworthy Crescent
UPDATED:  Thunder Bay and Northwestern Health Units to be merged

UPDATED: Thunder Bay and Northwestern Health Units to be merged

Consolidation is expected to be completed within a year
Fatal single vehicle collision in Wabaseemoong First Nation

Fatal single vehicle collision in Wabaseemoong First Nation

Kenora OPP responded to a single-vehicle collision involving four passengers on Monday. The female driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
Some contaminated soil at new art gallery site requires remediation

Some contaminated soil at new art gallery site requires remediation

Gallery's executive-director says the environmental assessment doesn't worry her at this stage of the $33-million project.
<b>Video:</b> May 13, 2019: Amazing Race Canada films in Thunder Bay

Video: May 13, 2019: Amazing Race Canada films in Thunder Bay

May 13, 2019: Amazing Race Canada films in Thunder Bay
Police targeting distracted drivers

Police targeting distracted drivers

Thunder Bay roadways are among the safest in Ontario, but not paying attention behind the wheel is still a leading cause of collisions and near collisions.
City officials trying to determine financial cost of provincial cuts

City officials trying to determine financial cost of provincial cuts

Ambulance, public health, policing and municipal funding programs all identified as areas that will be affected.
Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Risk of a thunderstorm this afternoon
Council approves sale of Junot Avenue property for Indigenous housing

Council approves sale of Junot Avenue property for Indigenous housing

Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services proposes a 58-bed supportive housing facility at the site.