At 3:20 - we'll hear details of this year's Art in the Park that takes place next weekend.
At 4:50 - we'll find out what's on the agenda of the rescheduled Windsor City Council meeting
And a chance to win a McDonald's signature McWrap prize pack at 4:15
Plus the latest in news, weather, sports, traffic and business every 30 minutes.
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Friday, May 24th
We heard of the latest push to get single sports betting approved in Canada. A new website is up to gather support to push it through the Senate.
Thursday, May 23rd
We heard how the investigation is going on Sprucewood Avenue - the site of the huge industrial fire on Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday, May 21st
It's barbecue season and we checked in on our healthy active living segment to find out how to make sure our barbecued food is safe.
Friday, May 17th
The city is getting a big boost from the province thanks to a new funding formula for hosting the casino. Mayor Eddie Francis joined the show to explain more .
Thursday, May 16th
The province is reporting endemic populations of ticks at Point Pelee and Rondeau Park. We got details and learn how to avoid Lyme disease from the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit
Wednesday, May 15th
The My CF Network has been launched. It allows those with cystic fibrosis to communicate with eachother, something they're not normally allowed to do in person. We got details on the Network.
Tuesday, May 14th
We will start a summer pregnancy series on our Healthy Active Living segment. We learned what moms-to-be should be eating and doing before the baby comes.
Friday, May 10th
A proposal to allow hazardous goods to cross the Ambassador Bridge is stirring up controversy -We heard from MDOT on why they think it's a good idea.
Thursday, May 9th
A common virus that affects almost all children by the age of 5 is almost unheard of by most Canadians - We found out how to avoid the Rotavirus.
Wednesday, May 8th
The cultural face of Canada is changing - with more foreign-born people in the country that ever before - We took a look at that, with numbers for Windsor as well.
Tuesday, May 7th
On our Healthy Active Living segment - we spoke with Elizabeth Strachan about hunger and what we all can do to eliminate it in Canada.
Friday, May 3rd
Ontario's New Democrats warn they won't support the minority Liberal government's budget unless there are some changes. NDP leader Andrea Horwath gave us her reaction to the budget.
Thursday, May 2nd
A sexual assault in Windsor has police looking for a suspect and two potential witnesses. An 18-year old girl was attacked in front of Kennedy Collegiate last night. We got an update from Staff Sargeant Edward Hickey. If you have any information please contact Windsor Police at 519-255-6700 EX.4305 or call crime stoppers at 519-258-TIPS.
Wednesday, May 1st
May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month, and while there is no cure, is it possible to find one? We spoke to Ken Chan - the Vice President of Advocacy,Research and Healthcare with CF Canada.
Tuesday, April 30th
The Canadian Institute for Health Information is out with a new end-of-life care report.It shows how cancer patients spend their final days and the care they receive. We learned more about the report.
Friday, April 26th
Building a structure to change the levels of the Great Lakes is now under serious consideration - We heard more.
Friday, April 26th
We heard about an information fair that ties kids activities, healthy eating and mental health - into the upcoming International Children's Games in Windsor this summer.
Thursday, April 25th
We talked recycling. The recycling associaton of Ontario wants a new Waste Diversion Act - something with some teeth. Peter Hargreave gave us more info
Tuesday, April 23rd
it's our Healthy Active Living segment. Today - we talked to Heather Nadon about herbs,how to grow them, and which ones could help prevent cancer.
Thursday, April 18th
We learned how to reduce your family's carbon footprint. Author Leslie Garrett told us about making changes at home, while traveling and even grocery shopping can help your family become more eco-friendly.
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