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Provincial police are investigating after two teenage females ate food believed to be laced with drugs.

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Some sushi may not be what it claims to be — and the DNA tests prove it, a London researcher says.

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Indwell, the affordable housing agency, is poised to start renting units in one downtown building in London as it prepares to break ground on another.

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OPP credit bystanders' naloxone, CPR for saving teen's life

Provincial police say quick thinking and quick action saved the life of an 18-year-old woman on Saturday who was in medical distress.

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Maestro Fresh Wes to perform at London Music Awards

The Godfather of Canadian hip hop music will perform at the Forest City London Music Awards in May.

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Emergency dispatchers' job challenging but rewarding

Monday marks the beginning of National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, dedicated to recognizing the work of emergency dispatchers.

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Retired from careers, active in art: London trio new to studio tour

A sociology professor, an accountant and a financial services expert gather in the same room and what happens next is . . . art?

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London police investigate death of man in Old East Village

London police say they are investigating the death of a 52-year-old man whose body was found Monday morning lying on the front lawn of a home in the city’s Old East Village neighbourhood.

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Stolen truck abandoned after Highway 401 crash

Elgin OPP are searching for a man who allegedly left a stolen transport truck abandoned on Highway 401 after the vehicle rolled over and ended up in a ditch Sunday afternoon.

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A 39-year-old man faces charges after a clerk at a Dundas Street convenience store was threatened with a knife Sunday night, police say.

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CHATHAM – Police here are asking the public to help return a decades-old wedding album to its rightful owners. “It was recovered as part of a search warrant,” Const. Renee Cowell said, declining to offer any more details. She said a search warrant was conducted few weeks ago by the street...

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Libro doles out record-setting $11.6M to client-shareholders

London-based Libro Credit Union announced record-setting profits at its 2019 annual general meeting. “This is the best year we have ever had as Libro Credit Union,” said chief financial officer Rick Hoevenaars, set to soon retire after a 46-year career. “It is a record year for profitability....

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Aggressive street preachers appear in court on nuisance charge

Two men known in London for their aggressive street preaching and surprise visits to local churches made a brief first appearance in provincial offences court Monday morning. Steven Ravbar, 50, and Matthew Anthony Carapella, 32, were charged last month under city hall’s newly revamped public...

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The City of Stratford says it has been the target of an apparent cyber-attack. The city northeast of London didn’t elaborate on the nature of the attack but said in a Sunday night Facebook post it had taken steps to deal with the situation. “Resources have been deployed to address this, and...

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London police closed a portion of Highbury Avenue in the city’s southeast end early Monday for cleanup following a truck rollover. Police say a “large commercial vehicle” carrying a load of scrap metal was travelling on Highbury Avenue about 3:45 a.m. when it rolled over, spilling its cargo on...

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Goalie stones London Nationals as Listowel Cyclones steal Game 3

Chayse Herrfort scored nearly three minutes into overtime as the Listowel Cyclones stole a 2-1 win over the London Nationals in Game 3 of their Sutherland Cup semifinal series Sunday night in front of 713 at Western Fair Sports Centre in London. Evan Morrison was outstanding for the Cyclones, making...

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Customs officers stage job action on Walpole Island

Long-simmering frustrations with the safety of the Walpole Island customs office led Canadian customs officers to refuse to work on Sunday morning, the second work refusal by border guards in the past three weeks. Sunday’s work refusal temporarily prevented the ferry from bringing cars and people...

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