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Stolen vehicle involved in chase

A man is expected to appear in court today following a late night accident in Portugal Cove-St. Phillips. Police received a call that a pickup...

Electrical fire displaces at least one person

Firefighters were called to an electrical fire on Elmer Place in Paradise shortly after 11:00 Sunday morning. Residents of the 4-unit apartment complex noticed flames...

Firefighters respond to camper fire in St. John’s

A motorhome-style camper, parked behind a building on Brookfield Road, has been destroyed by fire. Firefighters got the call shortly after 7:00 Saturday night. They...

No programs for new provincial prison, federal minister says

There are no programs in place for a new provincial prison, federal public safety minister Ralph Goodale said Friday. But provincial justice minister Andrew...

Police still looking for suspect responsible for two taxi robberies

Police in St. John's continue to investigating two separate armed taxi robberies that occurred early Tuesday morning. and have released additional images of the...

Man arrested in Labrador City armed robbery

Police have made an arrest in connection with an armed robbery over the weekend in Labrador City. https://www.facebook.com/465180083813796/videos/337185487092718/ On Nov. 10, a masked man armed with...

Snelgrove taking his appeal to Canada’s highest court

A former police officer is taking his fight to prevent a retrial for sexual assault to Canada's highest court. It was a controversial case...

Defense rests in Steven Neville murder trial

After nine weeks, the Steven Neville murder trial is coming to an end. While lawyers still have some work to do, the jury has...

Bulk carrier Centennial Harmony in distress off Avalon Peninsula

Panamanian-registered bulk carrier Centennial Harmony is in distress. The vessel and its 21-person crew was last reported by the Marine Traffic vessel tracking site to...

Guilty pleas in case of $110-million bankruptcy

Two of the principals involved in what may be the largest bankruptcy in the province's history plead guilty this morning, and are expected to...