Local News – 610 CKTB All Local News Thorold man facing charges after attempting to flee police One man is in custody after attempting to flee a routine traffic stop yesterday morning. Candlelight Vigil tonight for migrant worker A candlelight vigil is being held tonight in St. Catharines to honor the life of Fermin Santo Sanchez. Fort Erie Residents being asked to stop feeding wild coyotes Coyote Watch Canada says feeding coyotes could lead to dangerous health outcomes. Niagara Falls man arrested for drug trafficking offences Niagara police seized fentanyl, cocaine and methamphetamine from a home in Niagara Falls following an investigation Grimsby man arrested after joint Niagara-Halton police investigation A 69-year-old man has been charged after Halton Regional Police started an investigation in the alleged sale of illegal narcotics from a residence in Niagara back in April Two brothers arrested for several property crimes in St. Catharines Niagara police have made two arrests after an investigation into a series of property crimes in north end St. Catharines since May Freeland unveils 'affordability plan' Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland has presented a multi-pronged "affordability plan" outlining how the government intends to address inflation, based on pre-existing commitments Ontario NDP expected to pick Peter Tabuns as interim leader The Ontario NDP's provincial council is set to meet later this month to vote on an interim leader, expected to be Peter Tabuns, a longtime New Democrat Happening in Grimsby is back complete with a Ferris Wheel this weekend Grimsby is bringing back its popular weekend-long festival. Update | Niagara under Severe Thunderstorm Warning St. Catharines, Grimsby and Northern Niagara now under a severe thunderstorm warning Canada Summer Games torch will arrive in Niagara tomorrow night in style We are now seven weeks away from the Summer Games in Niagara. Nik Wallenda unveils exhibit marking the 10-year anniversary of his tight rope walk across the falls A ceremony was held today to recognize the 10-year anniversary of Nik Wallenda’s walk across Niagara Falls. Suspicious barn fire in Fort Erie being investigated by police Police are investigating after a suspicious barn fire in Fort Erie this morning. Welland Rose Festival returns this weekend The Welland Rose Festival is returning this weekend after a two-year break due to COVID-19. Donations pour in for family of migrant worker killed in St.Catharines An online fundraiser to support the family of a migrant worker who was killed in St. Catharines Monday night has already raised $20,000. Niagara Police use CCTV in downtown St. Catharines to arrest man accused of destroying store windows A man has been arrested after two downtown stores in St. Catharines had their front windows destroyed. Key 'Freedom Convoy' figure pleads guilty to mischief, will be released from jail Tyson Billings has pleaded guilty to a charge of counselling to commit mischief related to his involvement in the protest that gridlocked Ottawa in Februaryand is to be released from jail. Toronto police chief apologizes to Black community as race-based data released Toronto's interim police chief has apologized to the city's Black residents as the force releases previously unseen race-based data on use of force and strip searches.