5 Things You Need to Know: April 7, 2016

Stories Making Headlines Today

1. Trouble at Mental Health Centre

OPP are investigating after three workers at Waypoint Centre in Penetanguishene were assaulted this week. Police say the workers were hospital treated and released. Nothing further will be released until the investigation is complete. Waypoint official say this, and any incident, are always responded to immediately and taken very seriously with full support for staff provided. A comprehensive investigation is underway. Read more about that here.


2.  Search Called off for Missing Teen


The search has been called off for a missing 13-year-old from Lefroy. South Simcoe Police have located Neyland Stephenson, also known as Neyland Dalziel. Read more about that here.


  3. An Archaic Law Overturned

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Image via Mark Moz on Flickr.

After 148 years, Florida has repealed a law that made it illegal for couples to live together. A man and woman living together out of wedlock could have been fined $500 and locked up for 60 days.


 4. It’s Baaccckkk!!!160407085910-setsuna-main-super-169

Check out this new ride from Toyota. The two-seater Setsuna is made with 86 wooden panels. It’s described as an heirloom vehicle, envisioning a family pouring its love into it over generations. The clock in the dashboard records the number of years it has been with a particular family – up to 100, and the wood  changes colour as time passes. Read more about that here.


 5. Playoff Season Continues for the Barrie Colts Colts vs London (43)5518

The Barrie Colts open their second round playoff tonight at BMC against North Bay