After being criticized earlier this year for their handling of sexual assault cases, London police will now be at the leading edge of a new review process aimed at ensuring investigations are thorough and claims aren’t inadvertently deemed “unfounded.”
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In the wake of the faculty strike, nearly 2,000 Fanshawe College students have opted to take the tuition refund and withdraw from the fall semester.
An explosion at a southeast-end home that sent a man to hospital earlier this week is now being considered suspicious, London police confirmed Thursday.
Provincial police are looking for a suspect after two seniors were seriously hurt in a home invasion in southwest Middlesex.
An Indigenous health-care advocate has been named the newest member of the expanded London Police Services Board.
There were tears, songs, and words of remembrance as Londoners gathered to honour the victims of the Montreal Massacre.
A day after Deborah Titus was laid to rest, the woman accused in the deadly hit-and-run that claimed the 64-year-old woman’s life was back in London court.
It could be a few days before investigators with the Ontario Fire Marshal’s Office pinpoint the cause of an explosion at a southeast London home that sent one person to hospital.
A 46-year-old man is facing a charge of indecency after a woman walking her dog in a local park told police she was flashed by a man wearing a mini-skirt.
With just over three weeks until Christmas, businesses big and small are being asked to pitch in to help stock the shelves of the London Food Bank.