Samuel Guevara is a reporter with CBC Hamilton. He's passionate about local news and digital journalism. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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U.S. lab says this 7-year-old has Lyme disease — Canadian MDs won't even test him
At only 18-months-old Trent Nimeth’s eyes were rolling to the back of his head. Now, at 7-years-old, he complains because he feels his brain is on fire.
Niagara police search the shores of the Welland Canal for missing teen
Niagara police are conducting a search along the Welland Canal shoreline for missing 18-year-old Quintin Bingley.
Hamilton elects largest number of female councillors in city history
In 1931, Ward 1 elected Nora Frances Henderson as the first woman alderman for city council. Eighty-seven years later, women will make up almost half of the newly elected council members - the most in the council’s history.
Chair of the public board Todd White defeated by first time candidate Carole Paikin Miller
Todd White lost his two term Ward 5 seat by 109 votes in a controversial race to newly elected school board trustee, Caroline Paikin Miller.
Man sentenced to life in prison for brutal murder of Hamilton teacher
Shane Shakeshaft, 30, has been sentenced to life in prison with no parole for 18 years after pleading guilty yesterday to the 2nd-degree murder of 34-year-old Hamilton teacher, Jenna Gazzola. He will get credit for the two years and 182 days he has already served.
Islamic History Month aims to 'reduce tensions' and address 'misconceptions': organizer
This year the Muslim Council of Greater Hamilton will host the biggest celebrations they've ever made for Islamic History Month.
Niagara Falls farmer is growing crops on an old landfill
Twenty years ago, this Niagara Falls land was a dump. Now a local farmer is growing winter wheat there.
"We're not doing a very good job of preventing or responding to sexual assault": expert
In an interview with CBC Hamilton, Johnson says there are things police could do better, and explains how nurses play an important role in helping survivors of sexual assault.
Meet the BTS ARMY invading Hamilton this week
Kpop band BTS will play three concerts in Hamilton. Every one is sold out. Every hotel as far as Stoney Creek is booked. Fans came from as far as Mexico.