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Lowell Green recovering from heart surgery

Longtime CFRA host Lowell Green is recovering after undergoing successful double bypass surgery Wednesday. Read more...

Man sought in New Edinburgh home invasion (UPDATED with photos)

Police say a 101-year-old man was the victim of a home invasion in New Edinburgh this morning around 7:30. Read more...

Nativity scene to return at Ottawa Hospital

The nativity scene will return to the Ottawa Hospital's General campus after its absence this year sparked controversy. Read more...

Brooke Henderson goes pro

Smiths Falls native Brooke Henderson has announced she's officially going pro. Read more...

New community room for Aboriginal patients set to open at Ottawa Hospital

A new room will be officially opened Thursday night at The Ottawa Hospital designed to be more welcoming for First Nations, Inuit and Metis patients and their families. Read more...

School resource officers essential to big picture for Ottawa Police

As the city looks to curb violent crime, gang violence and the drug trade, the Ottawa Police Service is focusing more efforts on preventing young people from entering a life of crime. Read more...

Candlelight vigil being held for Peshawar school victims

A candlelight vigil is being held Thursday night at the Laurier entrance of City Hall in memory of the victims killed in the school attack in Peshawar, Pakistan. Read more...

Vigil for victims in Pakistan school massacre to be held at city hall

A vigil will be held on Thursday evening for the victims of the Taliban attack on a school in Pakistan this week. Read more...

Long-planned federal measures aim to reduce rail-crossing crashes

OTTAWA - Long-awaited regulations aimed at preventing deadly collisions between trains and vehicles will require installation of new signs and warning lights at many rail crossings. Read more...

Capital Pride filing for bankruptcy

After financial troubles, Ottawa's Capital Pride has decided to file for bankruptcy before the end of the year. Read more...