Harry Kraemer knows smoking isn't good for you, but it's a 60-year habit he doesn't want to break.
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Jane Sims covers courts and justice issues. Since joining the Free Press in 1988, she's covered a wide spectrum of news and issues and was the Chatham bureau chief in the 1990s. She's won several Ontario Newspaper Awards and is a two-time finalist in the beat category for her court reporting at the National Newspaper Awards. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org and she's on twitter at twitter.com/JaneatLFPress
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The Woodstock nurse accused of killing eight people and trying to kill four others is one step closer to a trial.
Long waits. Trials that can run days, weeks, even months — tough to shoehorn into busy lives. Complicated scientific evidence. Meagre or no pay. Is Canada’s time-tested system of trial by peers due for an overhaul? The jury is out.
The atmosphere in the courtroom was tense.
Another sign federal politicians have election fever? The Liberals are coming to southwestern Ontario, a Grit barren land in the last election.
The instructions from her roommates were clear: if she ever saw a doctor and was asked how she sustained burns and whip marks, the woman was supposed to say she did it to herself.
LONDON, Ont. — Led by London's Matt Brown, Southwestern Ontario mayors in whose cities Bill Cosby is booked next week are adding their voices to protests over the embattled comedian's planned shows.
Even Justin Bieber has to buy shoes -- size nine, all-black Vans, picked up at Masonville Place's West 49 on Monday night.
He ran from his past, but couldn't escape who he is.
Five men convicted of murdering eight Bandido bikers on an Ontario farm in 2006 are appealing their convictions for one of the worst mass murders in the province’s history.
Tabitha Ritchie, the 29-year-old London woman under house arrest in Bogota, Colombia, on a drug smuggling charge, is starting the paperwork and crossing her fingers she can serve the rest of her four-year sentence in Canada.
With three weeks before the school year begins, Sam Dias is still trying to get his daughter a pass from a Catholic high school's mandatory religion class.
In a cardboard box deep in the back corner of his basement, Dennis Alsop kept what could be the keys to solving some of London's most troubling murder mysteries.
The spiritual leader of a controversial ultra-orthodox Jewish sect has joined his flock in Ontario but not before giving parting shots to politicians, child protection authorities, police and judges in Quebec.
A Montreal Canadiens prospect and his father, the former coach and general manager of the Ontario Hockey League’s Sarnia Sting, pleaded guilty to assault Wednesday in London, Ont., after a drunken hockey game in a friend’s garage.
Suggestions that a woman who has cerebral palsy may have lied about being brutally tortured by her roommates put the brakes on the sentencing of two people convicted of the vicious assaults.
A five-year prison sentence has been handed down to a London man who killed with just one punch.
The defence lawyer for one of the people accused of torturing a London woman with cerebral palsy wants a mistrial for what's been described as “witness coaching.”
Assistant Crown Fraser Ball said the accused pair committed "torture" and the victim "felt she had no means of escape."