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Two people have life-threatening injuries following a two-vehicle collision that has closed portions of several roads in Wilmot Township.
Waterloo Regional Police say they are in a Kitchener neighbourhood as part of an ongoing investigation.
Guelph police say a man is facing charges after a stolen vehicle rammed two police cruisers last week.
The Guelph Police Service says it has investigated online threats targeting local school communities and does not believe them to be credible.
The Waterloo Regional Police Service (WRPS) is requesting the public’s assistance to locate Scott McLeod, 55, from Waterloo.
A Toronto man, whose neighbours vanished eight years ago and left their home completely abandoned, said he's fed up living next door to a property that is in complete disarray.
As the warm weather approaches, a well-loved water crossing in Kitchener’s Victoria Park will be closed off to the public.
Several weeks after a teen was stuck under an LRT train in Kitchener, he’s now up and walking and visited the emergency crews who helped rescue him.
The federal government is touting plans to help small businesses by reducing credit card fees, but some local merchants say while they welcome the measure, the actual impact it will have on their operations will be minimal.
What the United States Attorney’s Office is calling a “child sextortion scheme” run by a man from Coon Rapids, Minnesota involved a minor from Kitchener, Ont.
It was a packed house at Wilfrid Laurier University on Wednesday night, with many sitting in to listen to a key note speech by a peace activist known around the world as ‘the girl in the picture’.
A retired political science professor says he was “stunned” by the way the Cambridge municipal election unfolded.
A 27-year-old Kitchener man is facing two dozen charges, including possession of a restricted firearm with ammo, after being arrested on an outstanding warrant, according to Waterloo regional police.
The City of Guelph is working on a plan to fix parking problems in the downtown core.
A 56-year-old Cambridge father has won $1 million from the Lotto 6/49 Gold Ball Draw.
Grand River Transit (GRT) said ION trains are not running between Mill Station and Fairway Station due to weather.
The OHL playoffs are set to begin this week with the Kitchener Rangers ready to drop the puck for their first round series against the Windsor Spitfires.
The federal government unveiled its spring budget Tuesday, with a clean economy as the centrepiece, and detailing targeted measures to help Canadians deal with still-high inflation.
A statistics professor at the University of Waterloo discusses how he continues to beat the Roll Up To Win contest at Tim Hortons.
A blast of wet and wintry weather is sweeping through Waterloo region and Wellington County today.
Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) say a portion Highway 23 near Atwood, Ont. has reopen following a structure fire.
A Hamilton, Ont., family is hoping to raise awareness about Strep A after the tragic death of their two-year-old.
Public health officials have issued an alert after a jump in suspected opioid-related deaths in Brant County and Brantford.
Fire crews in Perth East were called to a fire at a Milverton long-term care home Monday.
A 26-year-old Kitchener woman has been charged with stealing a van from a delivery driver.
An investigation is underway after thousands of dollars worth of tools were taken from a construction site.
A one-time grocery rebate for low income Canadians is coming at time where many residents in the region are struggling to keep up with their food bills.
Cambridge city councillors have unanimously approved a plan to drop speed limits in residential areas and school zones across the city. Here's what that will mean for drivers.