A man who allegedly beat a woman forcibly stole a purse in Greektown wanted by police

A man who allegedly beat a woman forcibly stole a purse in Greektown wanted by police

TORONTO – Toronto police are asking the public for help in identifying a man who, they say, beat up a woman and stole her wallet earlier this week in the city’s Greektown neighborhood. It took place on Tuesday at about 12:50 pm near Danforth Avenue and Bowden Street. At the time, police claim a man … Read more

Firefighters Fight Fire In Refrigerated Temperatures At Residential Building In Western City – CBS Chicago

Firefighters Fight Fire In Refrigerated Temperatures At Residential Building In Western City – CBS Chicago

Chicago (CBS) ‘A fire broke out Thursday evening in a residential building in West City. The Fire Department called a still-and-box alarm for equipment and manpower for the fire at 2719 W. Augusta Blvd. READ MORE: Kyle Rittenhouse Trial: Jurors Involve Third Day Of Consideration Without Verdict; MSNBC Banned After Freelancer Runs Red Light Tailing … Read more

Kruger Rock Fire Prompt Evacuations Near Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado

Kruger Rock Fire Prompt Evacuations Near Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado

The Kruger Rock fire near Colorado’s Estes Park prompted evacuations on November 16 as it rapidly grew in size. The fire, burning east of Rocky Mountain National Park, started about 6:50 a.m. on Nov. 16 and reached 133 acres with a 15 percent withholding at 6:20 p.m. that evening, officials said. Larimer County has issued … Read more

Ontario will begin immunizing children against COVID-19 this month: Moore

Ontario will begin immunizing children against COVID-19 this month: Moore

OTTAWA – Ontario’s chief physician says he expects children aged five to 11 to receive their first vaccines against COVID-19 by the end of the month. “By the end of this month, we’ll be immunizing five to 11,” health care doctor Dr. Kieran Moore told Newstalk 580 CFRA The Morning Rush with Bill Carroll on … Read more

Floods cut rail access to Canada’s Vancouver harbor, deaths reported

Floods cut rail access to Canada’s Vancouver harbor, deaths reported

MERRITT, British Columbia, Nov. 16 (Reuters) – The port of Vancouver, Canada’s largest, said on Tuesday that all rail access had been cut due to flooding and landslides further east, a development that could hit shipments of grain, coal and potassium. . The Globe and Mail newspaper said a landslide swept cars off the road … Read more