Public Health Sudbury and Districts reported a new positive case of COVID-19 on Aug. 8 saying the source of exposure is unknown.
Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to an emergency call on the morning of Aug.8 after a man had gone for a walk and not returned home.
Beginning the afternoon of Aug. 9, a heat warning issued by Environment Canada will take effect in several communities across the northeast.
One new case of COVID-19 has been reported by Public Health Sudbury and Districts on Saturday. This brings the total number of positive cases in the northeast to 20 as of Sunday afternoon with 19 in the Sudbury district and one in the Timmins area.
Members of the Sudbury Kart Club were gearing up to hit the tracks after a late start to the race season due to COVID-19.
There have been three random and unprovoked assaults in Timmins in the past two weeks. Police say it's unusual for the city, but there is a hot spot area and they will ramp up patrols there.
All the way from Matheson, Ont., local band A Beautiful Crash performs 'Jolene' by Dolly Parton.
Police continue to investigate after a newborn baby boy was found on the shoreline of Lake Ontario near Pickering.
A video recorded at a B.C. Chinese restaurant Friday night shows a man directing some shocking behaviour toward staff.
Sudbury mayor Brian Bigger speaks about the newly released ‘Top 10 COVID Rules to Live By’ guidelines issued by various city officials.
An Air India Express flight has skidded off the runway. Nearly 200 people were on board and reports say visibility had dropped.
Great start to the weekend with mainly sunny skies and above seasonal temperatures. Watch Will Aiello's seven day forecast.