Local News – 610 CKTB All Local News Toddler dies after accidentally left in hot car in Bancroft, ON while mom taught high school The mayor of a central Ontario town says the community is rallying around the family of a toddler who died after being accidentally left in a hot car. Thorold's Mayor is running for re-election The Mayor of Thorold is running for re-election. Farmers in Niagara starting to see devastating impact after millions of bees died over the winter Niagara is starting to see the devastating impact after millions of honey bees died over the winter. Sedins, Luongo, Alfredsson headline Hockey Hall of Fame's 2022 class Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, Roberto Luongo, Daniel Alfredsson, women's player Riikka Sallinen and builder Herb Carnegie have been voted as the Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2022. It appears Pelham home where weekend shooting happened was an unlicensed short-term rental The Mayor of Pelham says the scene of a weekend shooting appears to be an unlicensed short-term rental home. Ford says he'll have an 'aggressive' housing plan, will focus on vacant property Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he will have a very ``aggressive'' housing plan moving forward. Eastbound Lincoln Alexander Parkway in Hamilton closed for rest of the day after truck hit overpass A part of the Lincoln Alexander Parkway in Hamilton will be closed until late tonight after a truck hit the Sherman Ave. overpass. Ford defends decision to name nephew minister of multiculturalism Ontario Premier Doug Ford is defending his decision to name his nephew minister of citizenship and multiculturalism. Ottawa residents, police brace for protests on Canada Day Ottawa is bracing for a new round of protests expected to start on Canada Day and the city's mayor and chief of police say they are ready. Highway 3 in Wainfleet reopens following serious crash Highway 3 has re-opened in Wainfleet following a serious crash. Hirji says most people can wait to get a fourth dose of vaccine As we enter summer more and more people are getting notifications that they are eligible for a fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Study says Canadian response to COVID-19 fared well compared to other nations A new study led by a team of Ontario researchers suggests Canada's response to the COVID-19 pandemic compares well to other countries with similar health-care and economic resources. St. Catharines hosts FireFit competition Over 100 firefighters from across southern Ontario and Quebec took part in the event at the Seymour-Hannah Sports and Entertainment Centre. Niagara police catch driver doing almost twice speed limit in West Lincoln Niagara Regional Police caught a driver doing almost twice the speed limit in West Lincoln this weekend. Overnight shooting in Pelham leaves three men with serious injuries Police are investigating a shooting overnight in Pelham that left three men with serious injuries. Bradley says rumours of amalgamation are just rumours at this point The Regional Chair is not giving much credibility to rumours of amalgamation for the Niagara Region. ATV driver in Port Colborne stopped with 7 month old strapped to chest A person has been charged after police stopped an ATV driver in Port Colborne that had a 7 month old strapped to their chest. Biden calls abortion ruling 'a sad day' for country President Joe Biden said Friday that ``it's a sad day for the court and the country'' after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that legalized abortion nationwide.