Travis Dolynny is a producer with CBC News in London, Ont. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Now is the time for homeowners to strike back against gypsy moths
They're invasive, they defoliate trees and they need to be destroyed. The best time to prevent gypsy moths from coming back in the spring is to remove their egg sacs from trees this fall.
Women are disproportionately affected by COVID-19, health unit numbers show
When it comes to COVID-19 cases and gender, the number of female cases reported by the local health unit are 36 per cent higher than male. But the reason has more to do with our health-care system than biology.
London region sees largest spike in COVID-19 cases since beginning of June
The Middlesex London Health Unit reported seven new cases of COVID-19 Friday, the largest one-day spike in positive results since early June. One of the new cases was a child at a London daycare.
London's 'Red-light Robin' will not be evicted by the city
When a yellow utility truck was spotted at the traffic light where a robin was building its nest Thursday morning, there was concern it was going to be removed. It turns out a contractor was installing another signal.
London bird defies traffic light, builds nest anyway
It might seem like an unlikely place for a bird to hatch its young: inside the housing of a traffic light, tucked behind a train bridge. Still, that's just what one robin is doing this spring.
Impact London joins effort to help homeless during COVID-19 pandemic
A peer-led organization that aims to help London’s most vulnerable is joining other agencies across the city, opening up motel rooms for at-risk people in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Eating junk food can change the teenage brain: study
A review paper from Western University says young people making poor food choices can impact the normal development of their brain, resulting in poor cognitive control and heightened impulsivity.
This family has a warning after 9-year-old daughter sexually exploited on Instagram
A London, Ont. family has been left shaken after their nine-year-old daughter became the victim of an online sexual predator after sharing messages on Instagram. So far, no arrest has been made.
Edibles have arrived at London cannabis shops
Cannabis-infused edibles are now available at cannabis shops in London. The first shipments arrived Friday morning.
4-year-old who died in collision remembered as happy and kind student
Mariia Bundur, 4, is being remembered as a student who was always smiling, polite and courteous to her friends. She was in kindergarten at Ekcoe Central Public School in Glencoe, Ont.
Security footage from London tavern shows bullet strike building
An incident that led to police firing two shots at a suspect in downtown London, Ont., was caught on video by a tavern's security camera.
London cyclist says he was punched while riding along King Street bike lane
A cyclist suffered minor injuries after he was allegedly punched in the back while riding his bike along King Street, causing him to fall onto the pavement on Wednesday afternoon.
Turning 10 years on the streets into a passion to help London's homeless
Following a decade-long toil with addiction, street work and homelessness, a London woman is now reaching out to help others still in the struggle.
Western grad develops epilepsy toolkit to help navigate seizures
After more than a decade of experiencing epileptic seizures, Dylan Di Girolamo decided to create a toolkit to help passersby and caregivers provide the proper support in the event of a seizure.
New downtown London restaurant aims to serve up industry fairness
An upscale downtown eatery is poised to adopt a unique staffing model that will blur the lines between front and back of house, while nurturing a passion and increased knowledge of the food.