Angelica Haggert is a web writer for CBC Windsor.
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September tornado confirmed in Petrolia, Ont.
Environment Canada has confirmed a tornado touched down in Petrolia on Wednesday.
Unifor, Nemak employees stop work to protest Windsor, Ont. auto parts plant closure
Unifor members at the Windsor, Ont. Nemak plant set up a blockade on Labour Day to protest the company's decision to close the plant by mid-2020.
'I had no idea how difficult it would possibly be': Being black in theatre
As the only black man in his theatre program, Jamar Adams-Thompson was thrilled to get the chance to play the title character of Othello. He was even more thrilled to learn the show would be directed by a black woman.
Respiratory outbreak at Leamington care home no cause for concern, says health unit
Sun Parlour Care Home in Leamington, Ont. has been under a respiratory outbreak warning since July 22.
Windsor to get urban search and rescue team in wake of Elliott Lake mall collapse
It will take about three years to get off the ground, but an urban search and rescue team is coming to Windsor.
Algal blooms to cost Lake Erie tourism economy $110M: study
Results of a economic costs estimate suggest algal blooms will cost the Lake Erie economy $272M a year over a 30-year period if left alone.
Highway 3 repairs to be completed by October
The Ministry of Transportation is advertising a contract to perform repair work on Highway 3, as well as Highways 401 and 402.
Saving Fido in a fire: New window decals alert first responders
A sticker might make the difference for beloved pets when it comes to escaping from a fire.
'Kind of comical': Canada Day Pelee Island trip plans go awry
According to tweets from Pelee Ferry, the Jiimaan dropped anchor about 30 minutes into its voyage from Kingsville to Pelee Island.
A 1 in 750,000 chance: Windsor photographer snaps pic of 2 albino raccoons
Unlike typical raccoons, albino raccoons have a genetic mutation that strips them of the traditional black and grey colouring. They are all-white, or off-white, including hands and feet.
Old product, new name: FCA re-launches 'Voyager' nameplate for some Pacifica models
The seven-passenger van will be built at the Windsor Assembly Plant, but will not immediately be sold in Canada.
29 spring flood advisories issued by conservation authority
Flood watches, flood warnings and watershed advisories have been issued on what seems to be an almost-daily basis this spring.
Chatham-Kent has 'dropped the ball' says Erie Shore Drive property owner
Water over the road has closed parts of Erie Shore Drive in Chatham-Kent and Ward 2 councillor Trevor Thompson is concerned it might turn into another Rose Beach Line situation — a street which has been closed since November 2018 and isn't expected to reopen until 2020.
Few beach closures due to bacteria levels — but what does that mean?
The Windsor Essex County Health Unit has begun its annual monitoring of water quality at area beaches.
Mega-hospital LPAT 'on hold': No agreement on issues list, statement of facts
CAMPP and the City haven't agreed on a list of issues or a statement of facts by the deadlines laid out by the first meeting of the tribunal.