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Updated 2018-06-21 15:21
Hamilton man arrested for 5 armed convenience store robberies: police
Police from Hamilton and the Halton Region worked together to arrest a man who they say used a firearm to rob five convenience stores.
Norwegian Air to fly from Hamilton to Dublin starting next March
One of the world's fastest-growing airlines is spreading its wings to Canada this fall as Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA enters the country's increasingly crowded travel market.
Sunny Thursday: DayStarter weather
Here's a look at the weather you can expect in Hamilton today.
Hamilton point guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander a top prospect in NBA draft
Hamilton's Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is expected to be a top pick in the first round of the NBA draft.
Champions of Change: 4 stories of Indigenous champions changing Ontario
Imagine being told never to speak the language you were first taught. That's what Wikwemikong First Nation's Rita Corbiere was told when she went to residential school. Since then, the 83-year-old Corbiere has laboured tirelessly to ensure an integral part of her culture isn’t lost.
Leave Main Street as 1 way for now, says new Hamilton transportation plan
It's possible for the city to convert Main Street to two-way traffic east of Wellington Street, says a new Hamilton plan meant to guide transportation decisions. But converting Main west of Wellington is too complicated to try right now.
Hamilton police want military-style C8 rifles for front-line officers
Hamilton police are looking to add 26 more rifles capable of stopping criminals wearing body armour.
Hamilton woman tried to abduct 4-year-old girl outside Jackson Square: police
Police were called to the Jackson Square Mall doors near King Street and Summers Lane around 11 a.m. by a person who claimed they saw a young woman try to steal the child and flee.
20 years after fatal hit and run, Troy Armstrong's family hopes to 'bring justice' to son's death
Hamilton police are continuing to investigate a fatal hit and run that took the life of Troy Armstrong, 20 years ago on June 20.
School board is declaring war by severing Ancaster high school land: councillor
An Ancaster city councillor says a local school board has declared war by wanting to sever 4.5 hectares of green space off the town's public high school.
Watch out for scam CEO's asking for fast cash, warn police
Hamilton police are warning local businesses to be on the lookout for fraudsters posing as CEO's in need of fast cash.
Jason Murray turns himself in to Sarnia police after escaping custody at St. Joe's
Hamilton police say 38-year-old Jason Murray turned himself in to Sarnia police early Wednesday morning, one week after he went missing from St. Joe's West 5th mental health campus.
Gage, 1 of 4 baby peregrine falcons born at the Hamilton Sheraton, has died
Bird-watchers in Hamilton say one of four baby peregrine falcons born at the city's Sheraton hotel last month has died.
Chance of showers Wednesday: DayStarter weather
Here's a look at the weather you can expect in Hamilton today.
City close to changing laws to encourage laneway homes in lower Hamilton
Elizabeth Fleming isn't allowed to have the house she wants yet. But standing outside Hamilton's city council chambers, she already knows what she wants it to look like.
Man, 40, taken to hospital from Waterdown construction site
Hamilton police say a 40-year-old man was transported to hospital with unknown injuries from a construction site in Waterdown.
WestJet's discount airline Swoop makes maiden flight from Hamilton
WestJet's discount airline Swoop took to the air on its maiden flight from Hamilton Wednesday, arriving on time in Abbotsford, B.C., at 7:42 a.m. PT.
'Why not call 911?' Crown grills Peter Khill about the night he killed Jon Styres
A Hamilton man charged with second-degree murder says he was relying on his military training to "neutralize a threat" when he loaded a shotgun, ran outside and gunned down the man trying to steal his truck.
Police widen search for 'threat to the community' Jason Murray, after he left St. Joe's
Hamilton police say 38-year-old Jason Murray has been arrested after he disappeared last Wednesday from St. Joe's West 5th mental health campus.
Sun and cloud Tuesday: DayStarter weather
Here's a look at the weather you can expect in Hamilton today.
Defence abandons legal fight over Dellen Millard's police statement from night of dad's death
Dellen Millard's lawyer has dropped an application to have a lengthy video statement his client made to police ruled inadmissible at Millard's first-degree murder trial in the death of his father, Wayne.
Students in Hamilton to vote on naming school after Shannen Koostachin
The late student leader Shannen Koostachin from Attawapiskat might be tickled to learn that students themselves will decide whether her name will adorn a new school in Hamilton. Koostachin's name is one of the possibilities, and the number one recommendation from the naming advisory committee to the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board.
Doctors testify shotgun blasts struck Styres at a downward angle
Jon Styres could have been bent double or even on the ground when he was shot by Peter Khill from just metres away, a forensic pathologist testified Monday.
Man sobs as he pleads guilty in Craigslist sex abuse case of 7-year-old girl
The man in the prisoner's box cries for 20 minutes straight, but few in the courtroom seem to feel bad for him.
Pride in Pictures: Sunday's event was the largest Pride event in decades
On Sunday, Gage Park played host to Hamilton's Pride event. Here's a snapshot of the day.
Those 2 Mercedes Benz involved in deadly crash were street racing: police
Hamilton police say two cars were involved in a street race before becoming involved in a multi-collision crash that killed a 25-year-old Hamilton woman.
Nickle-sized hail possible as severe thunderstorm warning issued for Hamilton
Environment Canada has issued a serve thunderstorm warning for Hamilton.
St. Catharines woman in critical condition after slip at Stubbs Falls
A 26-year-old St Catharines woman is in critical condition after an incident at Arrowhead Provincial Park, in Huntsvile.
'Love is louder' than hate, Hamilton Pride supporters tell 'street evangelists'
Tenille Howell, 13, went face-to-face on Sunday with a small group of 'street evangelists' who told her, she says, that she is "going to go to hell." The teen was at the Pride event in Hamilton's Gage Park that got underway around 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning.
Hamilton cop charged with assault, sexual assault and voyeurism
Hamilton police say they have charged one of their own with six counts of sexual assault.
DNA tests link Dellen Millard to alleged murder weapon in father's death
Documents submitted at Dellen Millard's first-degree murder trial show there is a one in five quadrillion chance that the DNA found on the handle of the gun that killed Millard's father, Wayne, belongs to anyone else but Dellen Millard himself.
Heat warning and air quality statement in effect for Hamilton
The city of Hamilton has issued a heat warning. Environment Canada also warns that possible high levels of air pollution are expected Sunday.
Stampeders double up Tiger-Cats in season opener
The Calgary Stampeders started slow and finished strong in a 28-14 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday.
Reid Coolsaet 'pumped' to win men's race at Toronto Waterfront 10K
Reid Coolsaet overcame his struggles in last year's Toronto Waterfront 10K with a first-place performance at Saturday's third annual event, while fellow distance runner Sasha Gollish extended her winning streak.
Hamilton has half as many brownfields as it did 10 years ago
Hamilton has half as many brownfield sites as it did in 2008, but it still has the equivalent of 160 football fields still sitting vacant.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats look for better fate in Calgary in season-opener
Johnny Manziel's possible debut injects hype into Saturday's CFL season-opener for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Calgary Stampeders.
City looks at spending $7M to build a 'Winter Wonderland' with designer toboggan hills
Hamilton city councillors will vote next week whether to spend $7 million to transform some Mountain park space into "Winter Wonderland" — complete with professionally designed tobogganing hills.
Tornado uprooted trees and wrecked barns in Waterford and Jarvis
A tornado touched down in Waterford and Jarvis this week, uprooting trees and blowing shingles off buildings.
Motorcyclist dies in 8th deadly crash in Hamilton this year
A Hamilton man has died after his motorcycle collided with a cargo van Thursday.
Police arrest second youth in vandalism and break in at Ancaster church
Police have charged a second Ancaster youth with breaking into and stealing from a church there and smashing the windows.
Police searching for 2 suspects after armed convenience store robberies
Police in Hamilton are searching for a pair suspects wanted in connection with two armed convenience store robberies.
Guns, 25k in cash and a steel palm tree found in Grimsby drug bust, police say
Police have seized guns, drugs and a steel palm tree from a Grimsby home as part of a major drug bust.
Chat with our gardeners on Monday, June 18 at 12:30 p.m.
Are you ready to have the best garden on your block? Here's how: Ask an expert. Be part of our award-winning live chat with expert gardeners. Also listen to the call-in show with Ontario Today's Ed Lawrence. Call in by dialling 1-888-817-8995 on Monday.
Mainly sunny Friday: DayStarter weather
Here's a look at the weather you can expect in Hamilton today.
Final Crown witness testifying at Dellen Millard's 1st-degree murder trial
Dellen Millard's lawyer attempted to discredit the testimony of a crucial Crown witness Friday, at Millard's first-degree murder trial in the death of his father, Wayne.
'It's like they don't think we have any authority:' security company dealing with attacks on guards
Last week two security guards in Hamilton were attacked by two teen boys. A security company says it was their guards and they're seeing an increase in attacks.
Watch the dredging of toxic Randle Reef explained using Lego
Crews will start vacuuming toxic coal tar from Hamilton Harbour next month as the next phase begins in the cleanup of the notorious Randle Reef spill.
Lawyers in Khill trial spar over blood spatter evidence
A blood stain pattern expert testified Thursday that the spatter found on Peter Khill's truck indicates Jon Styres was within 4-5 feet of the truck when he was struck with "great impact" by the shotgun blasts that killed him.
Alcohol and speed factors in deadly crash: Hamilton police
Hamilton police are investigating after a multi-vehicle crash Wednesday took place on Queenston Road at Delena Avenue, claiming the life of a 25-year-old Hamilton woman.
Developer will pay Hamilton at least $41M for prime Pier 8 waterfront land
Waterfront Shores on Pier 8 will be home to 1,292 condos, retail space, public parks and a promenade.