NIAGARA FALLS, ONT. (WIVB) - Marineland will now have outside agencies test the water in the park. The move follows a series of inspections done after critical reports by former employees ran in The Toronto Star.
The park will close for the season on Monday but two agencies the Canadian Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - will make random spot checks on the facility.
An investigation is continuing on how Marineland ensures its animals have quality water.
The Canadian government is questioning whether there should be government regulations for captive marine animals.
The Toronto Star ran a series of reports with a dozen former Marineland employs citing severe eye problems in some of the animals blamed on unhealthy water.
Reverend Roy Harriger returned to court Wednesday night. The pastor is facing charges of molesting children.
Some of the members of his assembly refuse to believe the allegations against him. About eight members of the Community Fellowship …
In an effort to combat childhood obesity, a local school district is now banning a popular sweet treat.
Twenty-two-year-old Yaron Bernstein was last seen leaving a friend's apartment in Philadelphia three weeks ago. Bernstein has ties in Buffalo as well as Pittsburgh, Miami and New Jersey.
A sex offender has been arrested after he allegedly showed indecent material to a child under the age of 16.
Buffalo firefighters were called in to action to fight a fire in the 300 block of Goodyear Avenue in the city shortly after 3 in the morning Thursday.
Common Core, a new wave of educational standards now being implemented across the country, is causing controversy across the nation, and took center stage in Jamestown Wednesday evening.