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'There are no shapes I can't make'
Custom car builder Jim Bailie is a self-taught expert in building car bodies out of steel or aluminum. He works out of his shop located in the backyard of his Windsor, Ont. home.
Views: 128260 Windsor Star
Don't Mess With This Judge!
After being smart with the judge throughout her entire hearing for a drug possession charge, this woman ended up getting slapped with a $5,000 fine. She wanted to at least get the last word though, which ended up totally backfiring on her!
Views: 515827 Windsor Star
Probert widow talks about Bob Probert's injured brain
Dani Probert talks about how NHLer Bob Probert decided to donate his brain to research. Dani said there were early signs her husband suffered from the degenerative brain disorder. "If you asked him what he had for breakfast that day, he couldn't remember," she said. Read more: http://www.windsorstar.com/health/Probert+widow+reacts+findings+player+brain+disorder/4374869/story.html
Views: 241752 Windsor Star
Justin Trudeau in tears over photo with father
Liberal leadership candidate Justin Trudeau was brought to tears when presented with a 1973 photograph of himself and Pierre Trudeau. Trudeau joked he had so far resisted crying when people told "great stories" about his father.
Views: 280798 Windsor Star
Windsor police Taser man downtown
Windsor police officers subdued a man with a Taser outside of the Dugout bar after he resisted arrest on Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013.
Views: 83623 Windsor Star
From addict to athlete
Athlete Lionel Sanders talks about overcoming his drug addiction. "There were many low points," he says. "It was the thought of my mom ... that made me say, 'OK, you need to man up.'"
Views: 14855 Windsor Star
Windsor police Taser man downtown (Full Version)
Windsor police officers subdued a man with a Taser outside of the Dugout bar after he resisted arrest on Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013.
Views: 70365 Windsor Star
Friends and family pay tribute to Raylene Rankin
Family and friends of Celtic musician Raylene Rankin gathered Thursday to mourn her passing. Rankin, who shot to fame with her siblings as part of The Rankin Family, died at age 52 after a long struggle with cancer.
Views: 9500 Windsor Star
Cookie Monster, Elmo get in Times Square trouble
With a growing number of high profile arrests, including a man in a Cookie Monster costume who allegedly shoved a 2-year-old child, the Associated Press takes a look at the life of New York's famous street characters. (April 9)
Views: 51608 Windsor Star
A look at how a train's air brakes work
In the wake of the Lac-Megantic rail disaster, Michael Guy from the Toronto Railway Museum explains what it could take for a typical train's air brake system to fail.
Views: 172190 Windsor Star
Video: Paralyzed bride-to-be determined to walk down the aisle
Paralyzed bride-to-be, Jennifer Darmon, says she is determined not to let her wheelchair stop her from walking down the aisle on her wedding day in April.
Views: 49957 Windsor Star
Automated CPR Machine Put Through Paces
Michael Jacobs, district chief of the Essex-Windsor EMS shows off a new automatic CPR machine.
Views: 185386 Windsor Star
Windsor-made Concertinas Are World-Renowned
Frank Edgley talks in January 2014 about making concertinas -- an ancient accordion-like instrument -- in his Windsor workshop. He ships many of them to Ireland, Japan and the United States.
Views: 4308 Windsor Star
Windsor pizza maker wins Canadian Pizza Summit title
Ever heard of Windsor-style deep dish pizza? The unique creation by Windsor's Dean Litster of Armando's Pizza earned him the title of 2018 Chef of the Year (open category) at Canadian Pizza Magazine's annual summit. Litster talks about his special recipe and his signature combination of toppings - The Dean Martin.
Views: 8314 Windsor Star
Danielle Wade On The Morning Show
Danielle Wade of LaSalle, Ont., star of the new Toronto production of The Wizard of Oz, lands on The Morning Show on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013, to talk about playing the beloved character Dorothy.
Views: 13273 Windsor Star
Good Samaritan Cabbie Saves Stroke Victim
Vets cab driver, Doumit Nassar, meets stroke victim, Dan Chemello, Monday, January 7, 2019, for the first time since Nassar drove Chemello home while he was unknowingly experiencing a stroke.
Views: 12468 Windsor Star
Vancouver's Downtown Eastside like 'heaven or hell'
Residents of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside have a love/hate relationship with the area, known as Canada's poorest postal code. Some say there's "evil" on the streets, but others applaud the neighbourhood's sense of community.
Views: 19457 Windsor Star
Retired cop shares his devastating battle with PTSD
William Donnelly, a retired Windsor police officer talks about the PTSD incident that changed his life. (Windsor Star Video)
Views: 5028 Windsor Star
Video: How to ID fake US$100 bills
Windsor Police Staff Sgt. Gerry Corriveau explains how residents can identify counterfeit US$100 bills. Read more: http://www.windsorstar.com/Video+fake+bills/4282548/story.html#ixzz1DzMwNegP
Views: 289628 Windsor Star
Plastic sax can handle the notes
Windsor jazz musician Ray Manzerolle test-drivies a new injection-moulded saxophone that has the potential to revolutionize the industry.
Views: 263674 Windsor Star
Lac-Megantic residents angry with train company execs
Residents of Lac-Megantic hurled insults at the chairman of Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway who toured the devastated town Wednesday. Edward Burkhardt says his company assumes "plenty" of responsibility for the disaster.
Views: 7303 Windsor Star
Harvesting tomatoes for Heinz 290808
For David Epp, growing and harvesting a special breed of Roma tomato for the Leamington Heinz factory is a family tradition.
Views: 8051 Windsor Star
Coming Home — Jeff Martin
The Tea Party's Jeff Martin performs Coming Home in the Windsor Star News Cafe on Friday, June 26, 2015.
Views: 3649 Windsor Star
Windsor Police ESU with crime fighting weapons
Windsor Police ESU with an assortment of crime fighting weapons used to keep Windsor residents and streets safe.
Views: 1666 Windsor Star
Cancer Survivor Praises Controversial Cantron Treatments
Cancer survivor Ray Palarchio talks about the benefits of Cantron, which is a controversial alternative cancer treatment.
Views: 2481 Windsor Star
Georges St-Pierre talks bullying at his old school
Students at Georges St-Pierre's old high school erupted in cheers when the UFC welterweight champion entered the gym Thursday. St-Pierre reflected on how overcoming bullying made him stronger.
Views: 4124 Windsor Star
That's the guy I fell in love with: Chris Hadfield's wife
The wife of Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield says the world is finally seeing the real Chris Hadfield via his videos from space. Hadfield's family discuss what it's like to have the astronaut orbiting the Earth.
Views: 1309 Windsor Star
Chandelier — Danielle Wade
Danielle Wade performs a cover of Sia's Chandelier in the Windsor Star News Cafe on Friday, Sept. 11, 2015.
Views: 4295 Windsor Star
Windsor play pushes anti-bullying message
Alice Snaden of Walkerville High School talks about My Daughter Vera, a play meant to discourage bullying.
Views: 2690 Windsor Star
Knifeman Tasered At Buckingham Palace
Police taser a man who was holding a knife blade during 'Changing of Guard' at Buckingham Palace in London, England.
Views: 46999 Windsor Star
Ford City
Views: 3959 Windsor Star
Living In Downtown Detroit
Kim Hagood, property manager for Security Trust Lofts, talks on Monday, Aug. 12, 2013, about the growing market for young professionals to live in downtown Detroit, close to where they work.
Views: 6994 Windsor Star
Keeping Transit Windsor Buses On The Road
Transit Windsor director of corporate services Tony Houad talks on Thursday, March 7, 2013, about additional funds approved by the latest City of Windsor budget, funds earmarked for the maintenance of Transit Windsor's bus fleet.
Views: 5380 Windsor Star
Raw: George Lopez At Caesars Windsor
Comedian George Lopez hit the stage at Caesars Windsor, making light of his arrest for public intoxication the night before.
Views: 7539 Windsor Star
Nova Scotia fisherman recalls last contact with missing men
A Woods Harbour fisherman says he was probably one of the last to communicate with a boat that capsized off Nova Scotia last Sunday. Sandy Stoddard says the Miss Ally was heading back to land when it was hit by a storm.
Views: 3071 Windsor Star
Sheldon Kennedy to honour Bob Probert
Former NHL'er Sheldon Kennedy will lead Windsor's second annual Bob Probert Memorial Ride on June 24.
Views: 5351 Windsor Star
Spitfires look back a Memorial Cup win
The Windsor Spitfires take a look back at their Memorial Cup victory on home ice in 2017.
Views: 1089 Windsor Star
Bringing Awareness To Essential Tremor
Heather Nash talks on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014, about wanting to bring awareness to Essential Tremor and the first local support group meeting is this Tuesday at the Gourmet Emporium on Wyandotte Street East.
Views: 2554 Windsor Star
Luke Willson
Views: 2560 Windsor Star
Culinary Creativity with Toronto Master Chef Susur Lee
?Watch Toronto Master Chef Susur Lee, one of the top chefs worldwide, demonstrating how to make lobster salad with saffron mayonnaise for NAIT?s Culnary Arts first semister students. He is at NAIT the whole week to mentor, inspired ideas and culinary creativity as the Hokanson Chef in Residence." Video by Ed Kaiser.
Views: 3420 Windsor Star
Brentwood founder reminisces
Brentwood Recovery Home founder Father Paul Charbonneau helps set up for the home's 45th anniversary. (Video by NICK BRANCACCIO/The Windsor Star)
Views: 4842 Windsor Star
Polar bear attack recounted by survivor
Alice Annanack describes being attacked by a polar bear as she and her husband were at their cabin near Kangiqsualujjuaq, Quebec, and the surgery that saved her life, performed by Montreal General Hospital Dr. Lucie Lessard (Allen McInnis / THE GAZETTE
Views: 2117 Windsor Star
Davis & White
World ice dance champions Charlie White and Meryl Davis discuss their friendship/rivalry with Olympic champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Muir.
Views: 23426 Windsor Star
Witnesses, survivor remember the 1999 Highway 401 disaster
Witnesses, rescuers and a survivor of one of the worst traffic disasters in Canada's history recount the tragic chain of events of Sept. 3, 1999 on Highway 401. (Video by Tyler Brownbridge/The Windsor Star)
Views: 235222 Windsor Star
Lake Erie flooding
Views: 6989 Windsor Star