As London’s COVID-19 assessment centres continue to be overwhelmed by people looking to get tested, the region is reporting fewer than five new infections for the first time in two days.
Charges have been laid after a man allegedly yelled at and swung a knife at customers of a north London fast food restaurant before damaging a police cruiser.
A cyclist had to be taken to hospital after a collision involving a truck in Ingersoll Tuesday.
Police in Norfolk County are issuing a warning after a driver had to veer away from a group of teenagers who were deliberately sitting in the middle of a road.
A waste sample taken from London sewage has tested positive for COVID-19.
London police say 18 people, some of them youths, are facing charges after the largest fentanyl bust in the city’s history.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says another shutdown could happen in Ontario if a second wave of COVID-19 gets out of control.
The London Police Services Board is asking Londoners to weigh in on ways to rid the city of systemic racism in policing.
Half a dozen new COVID-19 cases, including at least two involving Western University students, have been reported in London and Middlesex County.
We can look forward to above-average temperatures for the rest of September, October, and November.