When the store manager at La Noisette Bakery arrived Thursday morning to open the small shop on Oxford Street, she discovered that one of the two large circular windows at the side of their building was shattered.
One person has minor injuries and an 18-year-old has been arrested after a weapons investigation at a London high school.
A knife has been seized as part of a threats investigation in downtown London on Wednesday.
A transient man is facing nearly two dozen charges after breaking and entering into a motel room and illegally possessing a gun, Huron County OPP said.
Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) is hoping to find a dog they said scratched a child in Mitchell, Ont.
Conference, hospitality and tourism-related industries still haven’t fully recovered from staffing shortages brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. That was among the issues discussed Thursday at an industry meeting in London, Ont. on how to attract big events.
Researchers at the Lawson Health Research Institute have discovered a new way to make breast cancer screening easier for patients.
Damage is estimated at $300,000 after a fire in east London. Fire crews responded around 1:30 a.m. Thursday to what was described as a vacant storage facility on Cabell Street.
More than a dozen dogs were abandoned across Huron and Perth Counties on March 23 and 24, and local dog lovers are furious about it.
Ottawa Police are investigating an attempted break-in at the residence of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's national security adviser, the second such incident involving one of his top aides in recent months.
A long list of failures by Nova Scotia RCMP leadership and policing systems dominate the final report into Nova Scotia's April 2020 mass shooting.
When two skiers collided on a beginner run at an upscale Utah ski resort in 2016, no one could foresee that seven years later, the crash would become the subject of a closely watched celebrity trial.
A Toronto man, whose neighbours vanished eight years ago and left their home completely abandoned, said he's fed up living next door to a property that is in complete disarray.
A candidate for the United Conservative Party in southern Alberta has resigned after she posted a video claiming children are being exposed to pornography in schools.
Actor Jeremy Renner speaks with ABC News' Diane Sawyer about his near-fatal snowplow accident.