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Good morning, Cambridge!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Police warning residents about lottery scam

Police warning residents about lottery scam

Fraudster told the victim that they had won the lottery, and instructed them to transfer $3,000 into a bank account to collect their winnings
Police seize loaded handgun, $11K in drugs during traffic stop

Police seize loaded handgun, $11K in drugs during traffic stop

Two people face numerous charges as a result
Cambridge man arrested in child porn investigation

Cambridge man arrested in child porn investigation

Cyber investigation was launched last September
<b>VIDEO:</b> Guelph's singing city councillor takes on trucker protest with 'Crybabies Caravan'

VIDEO: Guelph's singing city councillor takes on trucker protest with 'Crybabies Caravan'

'Beating of the privilege chest. Inconvenience isn’t being oppressed,' sings Gordon in his song
Emergency repairs to Black Bridge will cost $130,000

Emergency repairs to Black Bridge will cost $130,000

Single lane steel truss bridge on Black Bridge Road was damaged by a transport truck in November
'Unaffordable:' Staff recommends end to policy that exempts developers from development charges in core areas

'Unaffordable:' Staff recommends end to policy that exempts developers from development charges in core areas

Feb. 15 public meeting set to discuss the issue with council
<b>(UPDATE:)</b> Number of people hospitalized who have COVID drops by five Thursday

(UPDATE:) Number of people hospitalized who have COVID drops by five Thursday

The region's hospitals currently have 19 people in ICU with COVID
Cambridge Memorial looking forward to welcoming back volunteers to Hospital Elder Life Program

Cambridge Memorial looking forward to welcoming back volunteers to Hospital Elder Life Program

Cambridge Memorial Hospital was the first hospital in Waterloo Region to implement the Hospital Elder Life Program in 2012
<b>COVID-19:</b> Boost rapid test reliability by doing oral and nasal swabbing, experts say

COVID-19: Boost rapid test reliability by doing oral and nasal swabbing, experts say

Science table says tests are better at detecting Omicron if people swab both cheeks, followed by the back of the tongue or throat, then both nostrils