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Font Resize The Denver Post Windsor police are investigating the death of a 7-month-old boy who may have died of shaken baby syndrome while in a non-licensed daycare. Authorities were called to a home at 342 Telluride Drive at about 11 a.m. March 21
The local cycling committee's dance video advising motorists to give bicyclists one metre space when passing is fine. Can we now expect a follow up advising cyclists to stop driving on sidewalks, obey traffic signs, and signal when turning?
The Canadian Press Published Monday, Apr. 16, 2012 2:28PM EDT Windsor police are looking for a suspect believed to be responsible for three armed robberies in as many days. They say the first one happened Friday morning at a convenience store and the
Michigan repealed its motorcycle helmet law. So as a reciprocal gesture couldn't motorcyclists agree to quiet their bikes so they don't create the most noise pollution of any vehicles on the road? MNR at work: The folly of the poor beleaguered
Police in this southern Ontario city are being sued for a total of $72 million by people who claim officers beat them up or levied bogus charges to hide police misconduct. There are currently 30 outstanding lawsuits against Windsor police officers in
Register | 3 premium articles left before you must register. An order authorizing snipers to fire at Richard Shenkman, the man on trial for allegedly kidnapping his ex-wife and holding her hostage on July 7, 2009, was rescinded "within five seconds"
The Weld County Sheriff's office has confirmed that the body of a man found Friday afternoon in the Pawnee National Grasslands is that of 35-year-old Garrett Moore of Windsor. Moore died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, the Sheriff's
The discovery of a stolen vehicle Monday night near the skate park area at Eastman Park triggered a multi-jurisdictional search along the Poudre River Trail and a reverse-911 call to residents living near by. Windsor police said early today that the
Windsor police have confirmed that Xcel Energy is currently working on a large power outage that is affecting parts of Windsor, Timnath and Fort Collins. The power outage is believed to have occurred about 8:30 a.m. when a 1,000-amp main line was hit
Windsor Ontario News / Comment Complaints about rising costs? Here's something to genuinely cheer about We know people like to bellyache...The 22 per cent increase in Windsor water rates is only the latest issue bedevilling the mindset of a good