Katerina Georgieva is a multi-platform journalist with CBC Windsor. She has also worked for CBC in Toronto, Charlottetown, and Winnipeg.
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Ontario mom files complaint against doctor after adult son struggling with mental illness dies at home
A Chatham, Ont., woman is fighting to hold hospital officials accountable, saying they should have done more to save her adult son who had been struggling with mental illness before he died in the family home. The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance says it's conducting an internal review.
Ontario woman fighting U.S. military for 'wrongful death' of ex-husband, an American soldier
A Kingsville, Ont., woman who once served as a nurse specialist in the U.S. army is arguing the military was negligent in the death of her ex-husband, Michael Froede, an American soldier who died by suicide in 2019. She's currently pursuing a legal case against the military that she started in 2021.
Windsor transitional home launches new business to help clients get back to work
One year since it first opened its doors, Windsor transitional home Hand in Hand Support is celebrating its accomplishments while launching a new program to help clients get back into the workforce.
Pricey Windsor real estate pushes some to invest south of the border
A booming real estate market across Canada — including in Windsor-Essex in Ontario — has meant that for some investors, opportunities are drying up, and they're turning their efforts toward the United States.
Trafficked by family: Ontario woman who survived 3 decades of abuse wants to share her story
A woman who says she was trafficked by her family in Windsor, Ont., is sharing her story of survival after more than three decades of sexual abuse, in hopes it will help others. "I'm here to tell you that there is a way out," says the woman, now in her 40s.
Family demands answers after woman dies in Windsor, Ont., jail while waiting for psychiatric help
The family of Tamara Frances Lucier is desperate for answers after she died in a Windsor, Ont., detention centre while awaiting psychiatric help before facing charges. An inmate advocate says the story of the 31-year-old is part of a larger, systemic issue.
With food prices on the rise, here's how to cook a healthy meal for cheap
With food prices across Canada expected to spike next year, a Windsor nutritionist wants families to know there's a way to receive a high nutrition value — while saving money.
After watching plastic pile up, this Windsor woman creates eco-friendly shop
Business owner Andrea Descargar is on a mission to reduce, and eventually eliminate, single-use plastics and waste in the community.
Windsor shop meets demand of 'amazing resurgence' in Indigenous beading
An "amazing resurgence" of beading in Indigenous communities is inspiring many to learn the craft — and for one business owner, it's led to opening up a new shop to help meet the demand.
Don't get scammed: Cybersecurity tips from UWindsor's IT experts
When asked whether people take cybersecurity seriously enough, IT expert Marcin Pulcer chuckled to say, "No."