UPDATE | Missing 19 year old from Fort Erie located

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Niagara Police say Tera L was located Monday and reunited with her family

Tera L was last seen riding her bike near Crescent Park on Garrision Road.

Tera was riding a pink cruising style bike.

She is white, 5 foot 2, 150 pounds with should length brown hair.

She is believed to be wearing an olive green top, with black or brown shorts, black sketcher shoes, and a shoulder bag shaped like a hamburger.

We have a picture of Tera over on our website.

Police and her family are concerned about her welfare.

Anyone with information are asked to contact the police by calling 905-688-4111.

  • 1 Dish 1 Mic - Aug.13, w/ Kate Finn and Galina Angarova from the Indigenous SIRGE Coalition & Lydon George and the Second Annual Indigenous Unity Rally in Hamilton

    On the International Day of Indigenous Peoples the SIRGE Coalition was formed to call upon government, corporate, and financial decision-makers to avoid the mistakes and harms of past resource development by protecting the rights and self-determination of Indigenous Peoples around the globe, many of whom live on lands rich in transition minerals. We speak with Kate and Galina about the coaltions work.

    Lyndon George is an Anishinaabe member of the Kettle and Stoney Point First Nations helping our people in Hamilton and beyond seek justice. He will be a part of the  Second Annual Indigenous Unity Rally in Hamilton and speaks about this on the show.

  • Lydon George and the Second Annual Indigenous Unity Rally in Hamilton

    Lyndon George is an Anishinaabe member of the Kettle and Stoney Point First Nations helping our people in Hamilton and beyond seek justice. He will be a part of the  Second Annual Indigenous Unity Rally in Hamilton and speaks about this on the show.

  • Kate Finn and Galina Angarova from the Indigenous SIRGE Coalition

    On the International Day of Indigenous Peoples the SIRGE Coalition was formed to call upon government, corporate, and financial decision-makers to avoid the mistakes and harms of past resource development by protecting the rights and self-determination of Indigenous Peoples around the globe, many of whom live on lands rich in transition minerals. We speak with Kate and Galina about the coaltions work.