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Waterloo regional police say they are investigating a death following a workplace accident in Woolwich Township.
With many offices closing because of COVID-19 restrictions, more people are working in settings that are not as ergonomically correct, causing people to suffer from pain.
Maci, a three-year-old dog living in the Niagara Region, is the first canine in Canada to test positive for COVID-19.
Region of Waterloo Public Health is reporting another nine new cases of COVID-19.
Police are investigating after shots were fired following an altercation in Kitchener on Monday.
Monday and Tuesday both featured chilly temperatures and cloudy conditions, with scattered showers and wet flurries throughout parts of southern Ontario.
Police have released photos in relation to an indecent act on a Grand River Transit bus that was reported in 2018.
A Police Services Board hearing is underway for a Guelph police officer who pleaded guilty in criminal court for assaulting a teen.
Elementary students attending Catholic school in Waterloo Region won't be able to change their learning mode until January.
The University of Waterloo is warning staff and students after a phishing scam was reported on Monday.
A Cambridge elementary school has reported its second case of COVID-19 in a student.
As public health officials report more COVID-19 cases in schools, CTVNewsKitchener.ca tracks every known case in the school system.
It's later than usual, but the Humane Society of Kitchener Waterloo and Stratford Perth is going ahead with its affordable rabies vaccination and microchip clinics.
Kitchener city council has approved dozens of kilometres of new multi-use trails and bike lanes as part of the city's Cycling and Trails Master Plan.
A recent high school graduate from New Hamburg has been awarded an $8,000 bursary from the Ontario Minor Hockey Association.
Two people are facing a number of charges after allegedly setting fires in three Walmart locations in Kitchener and Waterloo.
Late October thunderstorms on Friday produced heavy rain, strong winds, hail and even a tornado.
Waterloo regional police say a death in Kitchener on Monday is "not considered suspicious."
Region of Waterloo Public Health reported seven new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, the lowest single-day increase this month.
A local couple was able to reschedule their wedding in just four days after their venue shut down last week.
The OPP Commissioner shared a one-minute video on Twitter that shows two unidentified people hitting a cruiser with a lacrosse stick, and cracking the car's windshield.
The Cambridge Fire Department said crews from multiple stations responded to a "working house fire" on Monday afternoon.
Provincial police say two people from Guelph are facing multiple charges after they allegedly rammed a vehicle they were trying to steal in Wellington County earlier this month.
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown many of our traditions into question this year, but there is still some good news: Santa Claus is still coming to town.
Kitchener city council has approved a motion asking the provincial government for additional funding to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Returning to school and daycare in the fall meant more children needed to get tested for COVID-19.
Students who returned to the classroom during the COVID-19 pandemic this fall are getting an "A" in resiliency from local educators.
A garage behind a rental home in Waterloo was destroyed by a fire on Monday morning.