A suspect is in police custody after a stabbing on a Kingston Transit bus that sent one person to hospital with serious injuries. Continue reading
Shauna Cunningham began anchoring CKWS News at 11 in 2013. Staying up later than 9pm was something she hadn’t done in years, having been in morning radio for over a decade. She would go on to join the CKWS News at 6 team in 2015.
Her favourite part of the job is telling stories that truly connect with viewers, and helping Bill Hutchins pick out his pocket squares.
In addition to making up for over 10 years of lost sleep Shauna and her husband are busy making memories with their two young daughters.
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The Limestone District School board is working closely with KFLA Public Health to manage a ‘high-risk exposure’ of COVID-19 at Amherstview Public School. Continue reading →
Kingston police say the two boys were found Wednesday night. Continue reading →
Four people have been charged as a result of Project Renewal, a joint forces police investigation that resulted in search warrants being executed in Belleville and Napanee. Continue reading →
Kington’s medical officer of health has issued a new class order aimed at owners and operators of home and community care organizations. Continue reading →
Queen’s University says it’s facing a deficit of $29.6 million due to the losses in revenue and income, along with added expenses during the 2020-21 school year. Continue reading →
Anyone who attended several parties in Kingston’s University District over two nights in early December is being asked to self-isolate and monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. Continue reading →
Health officials in Ontario’s Quinte region are concerned following a number of drug overdoses in the last week, including three that resulted in death. Continue reading →
The City of Kingston says the rink in Springer Market Square is ready for use, with new COVID-19 protocols in place. Continue reading →
Kingston’s medical officer of health is asking residents to take action now to curb widespread COVID-19 activity in the community. Continue reading →
Kingston police have released photos of a suspect following a carjacking in a busy west-end parking lot on Wednesday night. Continue reading →
As of Thursday, the region has 39 active cases, three workplace outbreaks and one school closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading →
Hastings Prince Edward Public Health says there has been an unusually high rate of overdoses in the region over the past several days. Continue reading →
According to public health officials, six more cases of COVID-19 have been connected to an outbreak at the Procter and Gamble plant in Belleville, Ont. Continue reading →
Hastings and Prince Edward Public Health reported 10 new cases of COVID-19 on the same day the region entered “yellow- protect” level on the province’s framework. Continue reading →