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Jury hears accused thought EMDC staff did 'a great job' the night Adam Kargus died
Former Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre supervisor Stephen Jurkus told London Police that jail staff did "a great job" on the night inmate Adam Kargus was beaten to death by another prisoner.
Bands at Budweiser Gardens parking lot could be cleared to play until 2 a.m. during Juno week
The city's protective services committee cleared the way Tuesday to allow bands performing at the Budweiser Gardens outdoor stage to play until 2 a.m. during Juno week.
'First in Canada' sustainable apartments get federal funding boost
The federal government is giving a London developer almost $4-million for an environmentally-friendly highrise project. The cash infusion was announced Tuesday morning by London West MP Kate Young, at the Sifton Properties' West 5 development.
Police watchdog investigates after officer allegedly assaulted, suspect injured
Ontario’s police watchdog is investigating a London incident involving a police officer who was allegedly assaulted while making an arrest.
Police Services Board looking beyond 'status quo' in hiring next chief
The chair of London's Police Service Board says it will look to hire a third party company to help with the hiring of the city's next police chief.
Swoop to connect London to Edmonton, Abbotsford, and Halifax
January blahs? We brought in these pooches to perk you up!
More than half of Ontario municipalities opt in as willing cannabis store hosts
Transgender girl says sex-ed repeal made her nervous about returning to school
Western fires lawyers as outrage over drunk driving lawsuit grows
'Change is happening': EMDC hires more staff, reopens gym for inmates
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday
EMDC inmate heard screams from cell where Adam Kargus died
Ingredient in some Hello Fresh, Chefs Plate meal kits recalled
Class action against 8 lawnmower makers reaches $7.5M settlement