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Waterloo Regional Police are investigating a fatal fire in Waterloo.
A business owner in Kitchener says he’s feeling defeated after his business caught fire again early Sunday morning.
Waterloo regional police say two large ‘uncontained’ boa constrictors were found in a vehicle while police were conducting a traffic stop.
Wellington North Fire says around 60 firefighters from multiple stations were needed to knock down two early morning fires, which have caused estimated damages exceeding $1 million.
A second-year baseball program is growing in Kitchener is opening more doors to allow those with disabilities to swing for the fences and round the bases.
Roughly 200 walkers came out to support the 14th annual Lisaard & Innisfree Hospice hike to raise money for residents of the hospices and their families.
From a tragic double fatal collision which killed an OPP officer and a school bus driver, to a local business filing for bankruptcy, here are the most-read stories of the week from CTV News Kitchener.
A two-run walk off home run from Kitchener Panthers’ Keegan Marsden secured a come-from-behind victory in the bottom of the ninth inning against the Barrie Baycats.
First responders are on scene in Kitchener after a car drove over the sidewalk and collided with a business.
Mosquitoes have always been pesky, but this spring it seems the bloodsuckers are thirstier than ever, a trend one expert says is increasing.
It’s been three weeks since a 37-year-old man with down syndrome formerly from Waterloo region, went missing.
An e-bike rider was taken to hospital after a crash in Cambridge involving a black Ford truck, according to the Waterloo Regional Police Service (WRPS).
A day of action held across Ontario saw the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) taking aim at a number of issues impacting community members, such as the cost of living.
The generation martial arts championships welcomed fighters of all ages to enter the dragon, and show off their fists of fury.
Waterloo regional police are asking for the public’s help in identifying an individual after an alleged sexual assault at a Kitchener restaurant.
A late spring heat wave is prompting the Region of Waterloo to remind residents of the need to conserve water when possible as the annual water conservation bylaw takes effect.
A woman in her 80s has been rushed to hospital with critical injuries after a crash near Wallenstein, according to Ornge Air Ambulance.
Notorious serial rapist and killer Paul Bernardo was moved to a medium-security prison in Quebec this week.
Todd Edginton could hardly believe his eyes when he looked out his back door to find a wind turbine on fire. He wasn’t alone, as people stopped just north of Goderich to see the spectacle unfold.
Stratford police say first responders are on scene of a transformer fire.
A long-term care home in Fergus, Ont. has adopted two ducklings as part of an animal therapy program to give its residents a sense of purpose.
A family of three is safe after they escaped a fire at their Cambridge home. Neighbours described the flames as "unbelievable."
Crews are working to contain an oil and gas spill after a crash Friday in Wellesley Township that sent one person to hospital.
High school students, including some from Norfolk County, packed up their bathing suits, towels and sunglasses and headed down to Port Dover on Friday.
Tenants have started moving into The Working Centre’s new apartment project in downtown Kitchener.
Friday was a busy day at Westwood and Starwood Dental Clinic in Guelph, as they offered free dental care to adult patients for the eighth year.