Traffic is backing up on the Eastbound Highway 401 on Saturday after a tractor-trailer accident. It's hanging off of the overpass onto Church St.
The truck was engulfed in flames when it happened at 12:30. The cement guardrail of the overpass was damaged.
Durham police say the driver of the truck sustained minor injuries after he jumped from the cab onto Church St.
Two other vehicles were involved.
The eastbound 401 was comepletely closed for about an hour and a half, but now three lanes are getting through. Church street is closed in both directions.
Police are expected to remove the truck Saturday evening.
Bad weather isn't helping the recovery team that is attempting to bring down the body of a Toronto woman who died trying to climb Mt. Everest.
While a team of Sherpas have been able to reach Shriya Shah's body, they only brought it part of the way down because the weather turned bad.
The 33-year-old died of exhaustion and altitude sickness on Everest along with three other climbers last weekend.
A small plane has made an emergency landing in Oakville after its engine failed.
Staff Sgt Brown with Halton Police says they received calls about the plane landing in a field near Dundas St W and Colonel William Pkwy at 9:20.
Police say the pilot was the only one onboard and was not injured.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has been notified.
(With files from Katie Franzios)
Peel police have issued a Canada wide warrant for O'Neil King, also known as "Flex. He's wanted in an attempted murder investigation.
Investigators say the 22-year-old is believed to have stabbed someone in the chest and then struck them in the head with a hammer in Brampton on Monday.
He's described as 5-foot-8, 160 lbs, with a slim build, black hair in corn rolls with a small scar on his forehead. He also has a tattoo of a five-point crown on his left hand.
Police consider him armed and dangerous, and warns people not to approach him, just call police instead.
The Criminal Investigation Bureau from 21 Division are asking that anyone who may have information on his whereabouts, to contact officers at (905) 453-2121, ext. 2133. Information may also be left anonymously by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or by visiting http://www.peelcrimestoppers.ca/.
A home owner got a rude awakening Saturday morning - the sound of a car crashing into the front of the home.
The accident happened at about 4:30 a.m. on Senlac Rd, near Bathurst St and Finch Ave W.
Police say officers spotted the car speeding minutes earlier and started a pursuit. The pursuit was then stopped for safety reasons and shortly after that the car crashed into a home.
The driver has been arrested.
130 buildings in Toronto will have their doors open this weekend.
Various buildings of architectural, cultural or historical significance will be open for public viewing for the 13th annual Doors Open event.
The theme this year is 200 Years of Building Our City.
Some of the places you can check out include Queen's Park, the city archives, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Molson Amphitheatre, and several churches and private schools.
For a full list of participating locations, go the Doors Open Toronto website.
More people are using the TTC and now the commission is looking to increase its budget to add buses and streetcars to routes in the fall.
The TTC is asking for a $2.1-million increase to its operating budget this year to accommodate the higher than expected increase in ridership.
But TTC spokesman Brad Ross says they are not asking the city for more money. The TTC expects a $9-million surplus in fare revenue and wants some of that to be put towards an increase in service.
Much of the $2-million would be used for labour. A report councillors will look at on Wednesday recommends hiring 44 operators and 10 mechanics.
Durham police are dealing with the region's third homicide of the year.
A man thought to be in his 30s was shot dead at a home on Stevenson Rd in Oshawa Friday night.
No arrests have been made.
Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Sergeant Allan of the homicide unit at 1-888-579-1520 Ext. 5400.
The TTC will be closing the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line between Bloor and Union stations this weekend.
Crews will be installing tracks.
All Yonge Subway trains will turn back north at Bloor-Yonge Station and all University-Spadina Subway trains will turn back north at Union Station.
The closure is for Saturday and Sunday, regular service resumes on Monday at 6 a.m.