Saturday’s powerful storm left a lasting impact across Ontario as city crews continue to deal with the damage. Western University’s Northern Tornado Project reported that two EF-1 tornadoes touched down in London — and on Friday, Environment Canada confirmed it.
A London man is facing impaired-related charges after a vehicle he was driving collided with a gravel truck on Wednesday morning, according to police.
The London Police Service is requesting the public’s help with locating a person of interest after a gun was fired on Richmond Row in the early morning hours of Friday.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit is reporting 59 new lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases Friday, but no additional deaths.
Pat Clifford is the engine that keeps the St. Vincent de Paul Society in Goderich, Ont. running — and it’s for those reasons the soon-to-be 75-year-old has earned the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers.
Outdoor pools are being prepped to open in July, but this summer will have fewer opportunities for Londoners to take a dip.
A man from London has been charged with stunt driving after travelling more than 70 km/h over the speed limit near Grand Bend last weekend, according to Huron County OPP.
The ex-wife of Chad Reu-Waters testified about the rocky marriage they had years before his arrest for murder in connection with a Mississauga man who was found in a freezer.
A Sarnia man convicted of murder last January has been sentenced to life in prison with no eligibility of parole for 15 years.
The police official blamed for not sending officers in more quickly to stop the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting is the chief of the school system's small police force, a unit dedicated ordinarily to building relationships with students and responding to the occasional fight.
Speakers at the National Rifle Association annual meeting assailed a Chicago gun ban that doesn't exist, ignored security upgrades at the Texas school where children were slaughtered and roundly distorted national gun and crime statistics as they pushed back against any tightening of gun laws.
Fifty-eight-year-old Vivian Ketchum is set to receive her high school diploma at a graduation ceremony at the University of Winnipeg next month. It is a moment that is decades in the making.
The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos was met with justifiable criticisms and unfounded conspiracy theories.
An 11-year-old survivor of the Robb Elementary School massacre in Uvalde, Texas, feared the gunman would come back for her so she smeared herself in her friend's blood and played dead.
Uvalde police official admits taking 'wrong' actions during school shooting; protesters gather outside of an NRA convention in Houston.
CNN's Jeanne Moos talked to a hunky hero who went viral after people thought he was trying to rescue a rat in an dog NYC park.