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Kenora OPP are investigating after a man was found dead in a hotel room.  Staff at the hotel called police yesterday morning when they found the man.  Police haven't released any names or cause but...

Post date: November 11, 2010

Questions are being raised concerning pet safety at the off leash dog parks in the city. One pet owner says her Chihuahua was killed by a bigger dog at the Beverly and Winnipeg Street location. The...

Post date: November 10, 2010

There are three main ceremonies in the city Thursday for anyone wanting to mark Remembrance Day. On the North side the ceremony will take place at the Waverly Park Cenotaph, south siders can attend...

Post date: November 10, 2010

A bombshell from city police. An 11 year veteran of the police force is facing 12 charges in relation to the province's Sex Offender Registry. Police say over a 5 year period in which she was in...

Post date: November 10, 2010

Students are Lakehead University are complaining about the high cost of education. They rallied at the universityWednesday afternoon. Student Union President Michael Snodden says MPP's Michael...

Post date: November 10, 2010

The Police services board will start the search for a new Chief of police. Chair Wayne Bahlieda says he thinks looking outside Thunder Bay is a smart idea, because it will leave no stone unturned to...

Post date: November 10, 2010

The waiting game may soon be over.   There's word that T Bay Tel may be ready to roll out it's new TV service sometime this month.   It will provide competition for TV cable and satellite companies...

Post date: November 10, 2010

Operation Overseas has kicked off this year's campaign. The fundraiser collects items to send to Canadian Troops serving in Afghanistan. Organizer Alana Bencharski says they are looking for personal...

Post date: November 10, 2010

Twenty four OPP officers and civilians in Thunder Bay and area are now recognized for bravery and lifesaving.   The honours were presented by the OPP's top cop, Commissioner Chris Lewis.  He calls it...

Post date: November 09, 2010

An Thunder Bay OPP officer who saved a teenager from committing suicide has been awarded for saving a life. Constable David White talked the young girl out of jumping from a bridge into the Neebing...

Post date: November 09, 2010

A number of Thunder Bay citizens are now recognized for their bravery by the OPP. One of them is Danial Allen who helped pull an accident victim out of a burning car in July of last year. Allen says...

Post date: November 09, 2010

The Ministry of Labour is still investigating last week's industrial accident on Court Street.  A 60 year old construction worker was pinned to a wall by a back hoes bucket.  Spokesperson Matt Blajer...

Post date: November 09, 2010

The new government funded nurse practitioner clinic is up and running.   It's located in the old McKellar Hospital building on Archibald Street.   The new clinic is available to about 32 hundred...

Post date: November 09, 2010

Wildlife are on the move during this time of year, and the MNR wants you to be cautious on area highways.  Moose and deer are active at dusk and dawn because they're looking for mates and food. ...

Post date: November 09, 2010

A new development in the Horizon Wind lawsuit saga. The City of Thunder Bay has asked a Toronto court to have the 126 million dollar lawsuit go to arbitration instead of litigation. The court date is...

Post date: November 09, 2010

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