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Charges against father, son in Port Burwell body-in-freezer case make court appearance

ST. THOMAS – Charges against a father and son, both arrested in connection with the discovery of a body in Port Burwell in May, were in court Tuesday. 204 more words

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Humane society seeks help after taking 150 cats from Woodstock motel

The Humane Society London and Middlesex is making a plea for donations after more than 150 cats were rescued from a Woodstock motel on Monday. 361 more words

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Silva Koshwal trial: Crown opposes 'not criminally responsible' defence in woman's brutal death

On the first day of Silva Koshwal’s murder trial, a forensic psychologist testified a combination of mental disorders should exempt Koshwal from criminal responsibility in the death of Nadine Skow. 689 more words

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One person injured in motorcycle-truck collision

One person was injured Tuesday in a serious collision involving a truck and a motorcycle in the south end of the city.

Ottawa police said it was unclear on the extent of the injuries. 40 more words

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Windsor man carrying pistol for protection sentenced to 29 months in jail

It was a unique case involving mistaken identity and included a Charter of Rights challenge, but it wasn’t enough to keep Dylan Leslie-John Travis from being sentenced to 29 months in jail for several firearm offences. 642 more words

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Former L.A. Official Was Getting Paid Thousands by City Hall While Illegally Lobbying, Documents Show

Los Angeles’ planning department was paying its former top executive more than $18,000 a month in consulting fees during the period when he was illegally lobbying managers in that same agency on behalf of real estate developers, documents show. 130 more words

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Western researcher probes Forest City's thriving sex trade from 1880-85

It was the late 19th century. industrialists drilled for oil at the forks of the Thames River, breweries and flour mills and major banks lined the downtown core, and a moral panic over London’s rampant and burgeoning sex trade began to fester. 541 more words

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