Skip to main content

CTV News London’s top stories from this week

Share

In case you missed it, CTV News London has compiled all the top local stories from this week into one video for your convenience.

You can also read about each story by following the links below.

Man convicted of 2019 hit and run, seriously injuring teenage cyclist, sentenced to four and half years in prison.

Man pleads guilty to second-degree murder, sentenced to life in prison for killing Meaford man four years ago.

Sentencing hearing held for woman convicted of criminal negligence, causing crash that killed young girl.

Cycling advocates call for safety improvements on Hamilton Rd after cyclist killed by driver.

Federal government investing millions to help convert roughly 200 school buses from diesel to electric.

Tenants at London apartment building want improved safety, security at new public housing project.

City council looking to restrict homeless encampment locations with list of banned locations.

Major downtown route blocked by construction for the next three weeks.

Thames Valley District School Board acquires land for two new elementary schools, to be built by September 2026.

Three boats destroyed by fire in Port Stanley marina.

Ingersoll food truck launches new burger, raising money and awareness for suicide prevention.

CTVNews.ca Top Stories

WATCH LIVE

WATCH LIVE 'We failed,' says Secret Service director grilled on Trump assassination attempt

Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle said Monday that her agency failed in its mission to protect former U.S. President Donald Trump during a highly contentious congressional hearing with lawmakers of both major political parties demanding she resign over security failures that allowed a gunman to scale a roof and open fire at a campaign rally.

Do you want to be happier? Here are 5 habits to adopt

If you look around at your friends and family — and even at yourself — it is apparent that some people perceive the glass to be half full, while others view it as half empty. Which habits can you adopt to increase your level of happiness? A social psychologist has these five tips.

Stay Connected