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Snowplow stolen in Hamilton

Police are investigating a snowjacking on Hamilton Mountain. A man who runs a snowplowing business had just gotten into his truck about 4:30 yesterday morning, when another man opened the door and yanked him onto the ground. The assailant warned

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Hamilton seeing red

Hamilton is giving the green light to more red light cameras. The city’s public works committee has approved the installation of red light cameras at five new locations for next year. City council is to make the final decision on

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Good Samaritan gunned down

Hamilton police say they’re looking for two suspects in connection with the shooting death of a Good Samaritan. A police spokesperson says 19-year-old Yosif Al-Hasnawi tried to stop two men from accosting a man around 9 0’clock Saturday night downtown

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Hamilton Police Warn Of Counterfeit Currency

Hamilton Police say they are seeing an increase in counterfeit Canadian and American bills and are concerned that going into the holiday season that people will be fooled by the fake funds. They say that the denominations they have been

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Not sharpest tools in shed

Two Glanbrook men in their 40’s were arrested watching the Grey Cup in a Mount Hope bar -after allegedly stealing a pickup truck. Police say thieves first smashed a window and stole tools from the Glanbrook Township Roads department before

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Hamilton man charged with abduction

Hamilton police say a school bus driver is facing abduction charges following several alleged incidents involving a 14-year-old developmentally delayed girl. Police say it’s alleged that the girl was abducted four separate times in late October while being transported to

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Captain Kirk’s condo conundrum

A Toronto developer says he meant to simply pay tribute to the Hollywood stars by using their names and likenesses to promote a condo development being built in Hamilton. Montreal-born actor William Shatner complained on Twitter that he hadn’t given

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Hamilton receiving Lyft

Hamilton may be getting a Lyft. The ride-hailing service, which competes with Uber, has applied for a license to operate in the Hammer. There’s no date yet but Lyft could be hitting Hamilton streets with as many as 100 drivers

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Hamilton secondary school evacuated

A Hamilton secondary school was evacuated after a bomb threat. Police say the threat was made against the students and staff at St. Marys Catholic Secondary in Westdale about 10 0’clock this morning. The students and staff were sent to

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Suspect arrested in Hamilton homicide

Hamilton police say a suspect has been arrested in the fatal shooting of a 36-year-old woman. Police say Natasha Thomson was found suffering from gunshot wounds after they received multiple reports of shots being fired outside a Lang Street townhouse

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Animal cruelty charges against Hamilton man

A man in his 30’s is facing an animal cruelty charge after a dog was punched and choked Friday night in Hamilton. Police were called to a home on William Street near Wentworth and Barton after reports a man was

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Location pinpointed in Hamilton house blast

The Fire Marshal’s office says an explosion that levelled a Hamilton home happened in the basement. Investigators says that’s where utilities and appliances were located in the Gibson Avenue home. The O-F-M team wrapped up work yesterday and will now

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Arson charge laid in Hamilton explosion

A 76-year-old man has been charged with arson after a house exploded in Hamilton. Tuesday’s blast levelled the Gibson Avenue two-storey home, injuring homeowner Murdoch Campbell. Gas has been shut off for three-hundred homes in the neighbourhood for the police

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One injured in Hamilton house explosion

It’s still not known what caused a house explosion in Hamilton that left a man in hospital. Emergency workers rescued the man from the wreckage of the Gibson Avenue house that exploded yesterday, scattering debris around the residential neighbourhood. Photos

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Chihuahua’s have new leash on life

Mr. Pringles, Chance, Flower, and a host of canine characters have a new leash on life in Hamilton. A van containing 16 chihuahaus pulled into “My Dog’s Café” on Locke street Saturday morning, following a 2-thousand kilometre journey from hurricane-ravaged

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