'It's my dad, don't hurt him': Boy after London, Ont., violent break-in
LONDON, Ont. ? The frantic victim of a violent home invasion in London. Ont., was almost turned away by neighbours because he was so bloody they didn't recognize him, until his young son said: "It's my dad, don't hurt him."
West Coast storm moves inland Friday
Storm produces nearly a foot of rain, wind gusts topping 130 mph and heavy snowfall.
Aboriginals represent 6% of Canada?s child population, but account for 26% of the kids placed in out-of-home care
Her dark hair in a ponytail, the 10-year-old First Nations girl on the video plays a native drum. Her voice is sweet and powerful as she sings ? in English and her native Delaware language ? a song she wrote herself.
Homicide: How we stack up
While Canada?s homicide rate is at a 50-year low, the rate in London, sixth highest in the country, has remained fairly consistent for decades. The Free Press asked a police officer, a criminal lawyer and a police critic what these numbers say about policing and the future of policing.
Ontario Provincial Police charge three Leamington area men with extorting from temporary foreign workers
Police have charged three men after a probe into the extortion of Indonesian migrant workers living in Leamington.
London panel discussion tackles Islamic extremism
A Toronto-based Muslim youth group is hoping to get a good turnout for a public discussion in London Tuesday on extreme ideology.
Man injured in home-invasion robbery in London
Residents of a friendly cul-de-sac awoke to a horrible sight Wednesday morning when one of their neighbours ran from his home covered in blood after a violent home invasion.
Weathertech Restoration Services plant damaged in early morning fire
Thames Centre firefighters continued to battle a blaze at the Weathertech Restoration Services on Shaw Road near Dorchester Thursday morning.
A cakewalk for crooks
Break-ins in student neighbourhoods in London are off the charts compared with the rest of the city. With basic steps ? like locking doors, for starters ? potential victims can fight back, say cops and the student union at Western University. Jennifer O?Brien reports.
London hiring new police chief to replace retiring Brad Duncan
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