Post-secondary students who live in north London are being told to lock their doors and windows after a string of break-ins at off-campus student housing.
London police are looking for the driver of a pickup truck that crashed into a house in the northeast-end.
A fire at a home near Cherry Hill has left two people temporarily unable to go home.
The Thanksgiving long weekend is expected to be more subdued than usual as public health officials urge Londoners, and all Ontarians, to keep celebrations small due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
London and Middlesex County are heading into the Thanksgiving long weekend with a surge of new COVID-19 cases not seen since mid-April.
A 20-year-old London man is facing charges in connection with the armed robbery of a man last month who was trying to sell a cellphone online.
The Middlesex London Health Unit has confirmed the infected individual was at the northwest London school while infectious.
The London region logged a double-digit jump in new COVID-19 cases for the third consecutive day on Thursday.
While Thanksgiving is traditionally marked with large dinners with extended family and friends, public health officials are urging Londoners to keep celebrations low key this year.
Police announced Thursday morning that Scotty William Pate, 27, of London died in hospital after he was shot in what police believe was not a random incident.