Kerry McKee

Afternoon news editor

Kerry McKee is a veteran editor and reporter, working in both radio and television. She has deep ties to southwestern Ontario and loves bringing your stories to life. Email her kerry.mckee@cbc.ca

Latest from Kerry McKee

St. Thomas police publish court info to highlight flawed 'catch and release' system

Police in St. Thomas, Ont., are taking the unusual step of publishing redacted court dispositions in hopes of raising awareness about the challenges facing officers and community members, and the importance of finding solutions to helping vulnerable people.

Heeman's Garden Centre gets a major solar power upgrade

Heeman's Garden Centre in Thorndale, Ont., east of London, has installed 264 solar panels that has the potential to supply 57 per cent of the operation's energy needs each year. The company made the announcement Thursday to help celebrate Earth Day.

#MenToo gains support in Ontario where male sexual abuse survivors are speaking out

There’s a growing trend in Ontario. Men are speaking out about the sexual abuse they have suffered and demanding resources, or setting up their own groups, to access support.

Patient placed in 'filthy' conference room at London, Ont., hospital to recover from infection

A London, Ont., woman is speaking out after her daughter was placed in a "filthy" conference room at University Hospital while recovering from an infection.

Manager and CEO of Downtown London gone after 17 years

The woman who has devoted 17 years to advocating for London's downtown revitalization and business success is gone. Janette MacDonald left her post at the organization called "Downtown London" Wednesday but no one is saying why.

City councillors to decide fate of Wonderland Road Gateway Casino today

A London city councillor wants more consultations before London City Council decides whether to allow rezoning on Wonderland Road South for a proposed casino.

More deaths predicted along Hwy 401's Carnage Alley if concrete barriers delayed

Alysson Storey thought she was getting somewhere when former provincial Transportation Minister Jeff Yurek promised to expedite construction of concrete barriers on Highway 401 between London and Chatham.

London Ethiopians offer prayers and condolences to flight victims

London's Ethiopian community gathered Sunday to celebrate the 123rd anniversary of Adwa Victory Day. But the celebratory event was marked by sadness for victims of the plane crash in Addis Ababa.

'He was like the average guy': Canadian Hall of Fame remembers Roy Halladay

Roy Halladay travelled to St. Mary's with his family in June for his induction into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame. Meeting him in person was "a delight" for the director of operations, Scott Crawford.

Victim of alleged human trafficking ring called 'courageous'

Provincial police are calling a young woman from the London area courageous after she reported being the victim of human trafficking. It led to the arrest of two men who have since been charged.

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