Video Shows New York Restaurant Suffers Brutal Knockout

Shocking video captures the moment an assailant delivered a brutal punch that left a Bronx restaurant customer with a fractured skull and a brain hemorrhage. The 52-year-old victim – shown carrying a backpack – was leaving the Fuego Tipico restaurant on East 188th Street near the Grand Concourse at Fordham Manor around 10.45pm on Friday … Read more

Quebec launches “massive” vaccination campaign against COVID-19 before fall

Premier Francois Legault said on Tuesday the government would launch a “massive” vaccination reminder campaign to anticipate the next wave of COVID-19, which he said is expected after students return to class and people start to spend more time indoors. All Quebecers over the age of 18 will be able to make an appointment for … Read more

Intelligence report points to possible ‘violent revenge’ after protests in Ottawa stop

Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press Posted Wednesday, August 17, 2022 5:54 a.m. EDT Newly leaked documents show federal intelligence officials warned policymakers that the police dispersal of “Freedom Convoy” protesters in Ottawa last winter could spark an “opportunistic attack” on a politician or government symbol. The Feb. … Read more

Pittsfield police are investigating the afternoon shooting

PITTSFIELD, Mass. (NEWS10) – Police are investigating after a shooting sent a person to the hospital. A 19-year-old was found around 4 p.m. on Tuesday on Adam Street with a gunshot wound. Get the latest news, weather, sports and entertainment straight to your inbox! Shortly after, police found the vehicle involved in the incident. Police … Read more

Friends and neighbors shocked after Mississauga couple die in Streetsville home

Friends and neighbors say they are shocked and distraught after officers found a dead man and woman in a home on a quiet Mississauga street on Tuesday morning. At approximately 8am today, Peel Police were called to perform a ‘wellness check’ at a multi-unit building at 25 Princess Street near the Streetsville GO station. Once … Read more

A mountain of dirt appears in a Toronto neighborhood

Residents of a Toronto neighborhood want answers after a huge pile of dirt appears and no one seems to know where it came from. “It’s a horror. Look at this. It’s a mountain. A three-story mountain of dirt,” Francesca Pivetta told CTV News Toronto at the site near Old Weston Road and St. Clair Avenue … Read more

Seven-year-old Orangeville boy killed in head-on crash that injured seven others

A seven-year-old boy is dead and seven others are injured in a head-on collision northeast of Orangeville. The two-vehicle crash happened in Amaranth Township, near Country Roads 11 and 5 Sideroad, around 9:15 p.m. Monday. According to Dufferin OPP, the drivers of a pickup truck and a sport utility vehicle (SUV) collided head-on. The Dufferin … Read more

Suspect arrested in broad daylight execution in NYC: cops

The suspect in the May broad daylight execution of a Virginia man on the Upper West Side has been arrested, authorities said. Donta King, 24, was arrested in Wilkes-Barre Township, Pennsylvania on August 1 – exactly three months after the murder of Ronald Thomas, 27, who was shot in the head while he was sitting … Read more

Steven Del Duca enters race to become mayor of Vaughan

Steven Del Duca is running to become Vaughan’s next mayor. The former leader of the Ontario Liberal Party made the announcement Tuesday morning and pledged to focus on tackling traffic congestion in the city. “Well, first of all, I’ve spent the last two months with my family and close friends reflecting on what happened in … Read more

Ex-high school teacher and theme park employee guilty of trying to meet minor for sex – Tampa Bay Now

Picture file. Credit: Getty Images. ORLANDO, Fla. (CW44 News At 10) – U.S. Attorney Roger B. Handberg announces that a federal jury has found Dennis Lee Line (51, Winter Springs) guilty of one count of attempting to coerce or induce a minor to engage in sexual activity. activity. Line faces a mandatory minimum sentence of … Read more