Adelle Loiselle

Adelle has been a working journalist in first London and then in Windsor-Essex after graduating from the Broadcast Journalism program at Fanshawe College in 1994. She is a recipient of the 2007 Dave Rogers Award for Long Feature. Email her at aloiselle@blackburnradio.com. Follow her on Twitter: @ALoiselleNews

Police Search For 911 Caller

Police in LaSalle want to hear from anyone with information after several calls were made to dispatch overnight from a caller who sounded like they were in distress.

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Windsor Officer Demoted After Crash

A Windsor police constable will lose about $5,000 in pay after being demoted to second-class constable for leaving the scene of a crash last July.

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Downtown BIA Loses Tunnel Grant

The Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association is examining its options after the Windsor-Detroit Tunnel Commission announced it was hanging on to a $15,000 grant.

Update: Minister Refutes NDP Girder Claims

Windsor-Tecumseh MPP Percy Hatfield accuses the Liberal government of knowing for months there were problems with girders installed on the Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Pkwy before going public.

Library And Maghnieh Settle Lawsuit

The lawsuit filed by the Windsor Public Library against Windsor city councillor Al Maghnieh has been settled to “the mutual satisfaction of both parties.”

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$42K Worth Of Tires Stolen

Amherstburg police hope the public can help them make an arrest after someone stole almost $42,000 worth of tires from Racicot Chrysler.