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Miami police are in the process of extraditing a man wanted in the late June killing of a local bartender and musician, who was shot dead when he arrived home and encountered a robbery in progress.
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Katsheshuk Fisheries is expected to plead guilty on charges related to a death on board a shrimp vessel in 2012.
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A teenager admitted on the stand Wednesday she had claimed to be an adult on her Facebook profile page when she chatted with Kevin Kelly.
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The good news? The Mounties saved the apartment from being destroyed by fire. The bad news? They found the marijuana plant the tenant had been growing.
Decian Chaisson, a 44-year-old resident of Mainland facing charges related to child pornography from Operation Snapshot II, will be back in court Sept.
St. John's Mayor Dennis O'Keefe says the city has many projects on which to spend the money from the federal Gas Tax Fund.
The Joint Rescue Coordination Centre in Halifax tasked a Cormorant helicopter from Gander on Tuesday afternoon to airlift an injured crew member from a container ship north of Hopedale.
"Life goes on. Today's a new day," Gerry Byrne, a Liberal who represents the western Newfoundland riding of Humber-St.
Une vue sur la ville de Irishtown et des montagnes qui sont situees en face de la ville de Corner Brook a Terre Neuve.
Last week, the city released a draft municipal plan titled Envision St. John's. It's a tentative 10-year vision for St. John's that, if all goes as scheduled, will be approved next year.
A finance committee with the City of St. John's voted to continue the $100,000 grant for Memorial University's Aquarena.
A teenage girl feared for her friend's safety so much after reading Facebook messages from Kevin Kelly, she took matters into her own hands.
The Astor sails into St. John's harbour Monday evening with 548 passengers and 300 crew members.
On the positive side, the RCMP notes there were no fatal or serious injury crashes related to the Grand Falls-Windsor festival.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - There's no excuse for bare grocery shelves in remote Labrador communities still waiting for spring food shipments delayed by ferry issues, says provincial Transportation Minister Nick McGrath.
WestJet, which launched its first trans-Atlantic service to Ireland this summer with its existing fleet of narrow-body planes, said it initially plans to operate four wide-body planes on routes between Alberta and Hawaii in late 2015.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 01:00 pm
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