Knights stopped by Colts in Game 1
Leotard-wearing, bicycle-riding senior terrorizes joggers in London parks
No one said it would be easy, but the London Knights started their Ontario Hockey League finale run Friday (May 3) with a bunch of firsts and not in a good way.
On Dec. 2, the accused rode directly into an experienced 37-year old runner, knocking her down from behind then continued to ride over her. She sustained serious injuries including a concussion, broken ribs, and pulled neck, and severe contusions to her face, including two black eyes.
Pinhole camera causes bomb scare in London
What turned out to be a crude handmade camera had police on high alert at a downtown park Tuesday afternoon (April 16).
Less than 24 hours after explosions killed three people at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, the London Police Service (LPS) received word of a suspicious package taped to a pedestrian bridge between Ivey Park and Becher Street.
Chemo patients possibly underdosed in London
Teen in critical condition after stabbing
A 17-year-old boy is in critical condition after he was stabbed outside a pizza parlour at Dundas and Maitland streets Tuesday (April 2).
According to London Police Service (LPS) Const. Ken Steeves, an 18-year-old was arrested a short distance north of the intersection on Maitland Street.
Fontana case returns to court in October
London men ID’d in Algerian gas plant attack
More than 660 cancer patients treated at London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) in the past year may have been under-dosed during their chemotherapy.
Almost 1,000 patients at four Ontario hospitals — Windsor Regional, Lakeridge Health in Oshawa, Peterborough Regional Health Centre and LHSC — were given lower-than-intended doses of cyclophosphamide and gemcitabine between March 2012 and March 2013 according to Cancer Care Ontario (CCO).
The two Canadians killed in the deadly Al Qaeda-linked attack on a remote Algerian gas refinery in mid-January were allegedly middle-class 20-somethings from London, Ont., CBC News was reporting Monday night.
The names of the two, who the broadcaster said had been friends since high school, are Xristos Katsiroubas and Ali Medlej. Both are thought to be in their mid-20s.
Unnamed sources told the CBC it was likely the two blew themselves up in a final blast as government troops launched a major assault on Jan. 19 to recapture the plant.