OPP say they found three-year-old Jude Leyton alive after going missing Sunday afternoon in a wooded area of South Frontenac.
Kraig Krause joined the Global News team in 2018 as a videographer and anchor.
Through his career, Kraig has covered stories from the west coast, northern British Columbia, the prairies, and Ontario.
After graduating from both the communications program at York University and the broadcast journalism program at Seneca College, Kraig joined Corus Radio in Vancouver as a traffic reporter on AM730 and CKNW. He later made the transition to television and moved to Dawson Creek in northern British Columbia to become the 6 pm news anchor on CJDC TV, before moving east to report for CTV Winnipeg.
While in Winnipeg, Kraig covered a variety of stories, including crime, homelessness, immigration & the 2018 Winnipeg Jets Stanley Cup playoff run.
Since joining Global News, his highlights include being the first reporter to sit down with the ‘sexsomnia’ case victim after she requested to lift her publication ban. Kraig also worked closely on the eastern Ontario Children’s Aid Society series investigating alleged child sexual assaults within foster homes.
Kraig was born and raised in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley.
The search for a missing three-year-old has entered its third day.
The health unit says that some people have been trying to get COVID-19 vaccinations with other people’s booking information.
Over the past 12 months, the number has skyrocketed to nearly 800 cases and one death linked to the virus.
Two students at Kingston-area elementary schools have tested positive for COVID-19 variants of concern.
Kingston, Ont., police arrest the man connected to a hit-and-run in the city’s north end.
A video recorded in Kingston, Ont., shows a man pulling a driver from a car at a traffic light and then driving away.
Some constituents living in Hillier’s riding of Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston are speaking out against their MPP, asking for him to resign or be removed.
A City report is asking council to consider regulations be enforced on Kingston-area Uber and Lyft drivers.
Twitter unveils new COVID-19 misinformation rules days after Ontario MPP Randy Hillier was temporarily suspended.
Ontarians aged 80 and older will start receiving COVID-19 vaccines in the third week of March, according to the province.
After building a 500-block igloo on their front lawn, a Kingston family is preparing to sleep in it to raise money and awareness for the Kingston Youth Shelter.
Union representatives are meant to be meeting with city officials to work out a deal on a new contract Thursday to avoid a possible strike or lockout Monday.
Queen’s University and the University of Waterloo will be following the effects of COVID-19 on students and faculty over the next several months.
A group of Canadian politicians from all levels of government has banded together to fight COVID-19 lockdowns.