Firefighters evacuated a south London apartment building after a Christmas gift left on a stovetop caught fire Thursday (Dec. 19).
London Lightning guard Garrett Williamson dunks the ball during Thursday’s (Dec. 19) game at Budweiser Gardens against the Halifax rainmen.
The London Lightning might have played their best game this year winning 108-90 against the Halifax Rainmen at Budweiser Gardens on Thursday...
Jasmine, 13, Skylar, 13, Jaiela, 12, Sierra, 12 (back row), Carissa, 6, Kennedy, 9, and Ashlyn, 9, went caroling door-to-door in Argyle Wednesday evening (Dec. 18) to raise money for the family of Tyler Brooks-Szabo, who remains in a coma after being struck by a car in October.
Seven girls aged six to 13 sang with their hearts to raise money for the family of Tyler Brooks-Szabo, the 10-year-old boy who remains in a...
Suzana DeSousa has her bags packed. Awaiting a heart transplant, a new implant is allowing her to leave hospital after more than two months hooked up to an IV.
Trailblazing procedure at London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) helps Christmas wish come true for Kitchener woman.
London police Chief Brad Duncan explains a new crime mapping tool after a police services board meeting Wednesday (Dec. 18). Board chair Michael Deeb sits in the background.
Crime fighting in London will take a quantum leap forward in the New Year.
Cpl. Oscar Trachmann (second from left) gives TRY Recycling employees Tom Skellett, Mark Wareing, Chris Humphries and Jim Graham a hand unloading a truckload of toys being donated to Toys for Tots at HMCS Prevost on Wednesday morning (Dec. 18).
TRY Recycling employees dropped by HMCS Prevost with a truckload-sized donation for the annual Toys for Tots London program.
A booyah from Nationals Austin Kemp after scoring his eighth goal of the season midway through Wednesday's (Dec. 18) GOJHL contest against the Strathroy Rockets.
Any hope the Nationals faithful might have held that their team could head into the Christmas break riding a nine-game unbeaten streak,...
Deputy Premier Deb Matthews is flanked by Changing Ways executive director Tim Kelly and Women's Community House executive director Kate Wiggins at London police headquarters Wednesday (Dec. 18). Matthews announced $270,000 in funding to expand a made-in-London domestic violence program to three other Ontario cities in 2014.
A staggeringly successful made-in-London domestic violence strategy will expand to three other Ontario cities in 2014 and the province is...
Members of 424 Squadron pose for media at CFB Trenton in Trenton Ont., on Wednesday on December 18, 2013. From left: Capt. Jean-Benoit Girard-Beauseigle, Master Cpl. Matt Davidson, Cpl. Iain Cleaton, Sgt. Cory Cisyk and Capt. David Agnew. Sgt. Cisyk rescued a crane operator who was stranded at the end of his crane during a huge fire in Kingston, Ont. on Tuesday. THE CANADIAN PRESS Lars Hagberg
Crane stands, site of Kingston, Ont., fire smoulders, day after dramatic rescue
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