(AP) — A major highway, several thoroughfares and a key transit hub were flooded in Canada’s largest city on Tuesday after torrential rain hit Toronto, while power outages were reported in multiple areas.

Library lounging

James Miller watches checkers games from a media railing in the library during the REDS365 summer program.

Here's a preview of Thursday's headlines:

- Midtown Inn future still up in air

- Custer City approved for large OWRB loan

- Knowledge key for Taylor's shop

- FCA thriving following first year of reboot

Shane Vice returns to lead Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home

Shane Vice has made his return to his roots in Clinton as owner and the new managing funeral director and member of the ownership group at Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home to continue to provide the service the community has been accustomed to receiving since the company’s start.

Water tower repair

Ottoniel Cruz, left, and Fabricio Palm weld metal pipes as part of reconstruction efforts on the water tower at 18th Street and Broadway. 

(AP) — Police in Thailand say the bodies of six people were found Tuesday in a luxury hotel in downtown Bangkok and poisoning is a possibility.

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Spade-toothed whales are the world’s rarest, with no live sightings ever recorded. No one knows how many there are, what they eat, or even where they live in the vast expanse of the southern Pacific Ocean. However, scientists in New Zealand may have finally caught a break.