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Lawyer says Rapper T.I. ‘wrongfully arrested’ near his home


Jonathan Landrum Jr., The Associated Press Published Wednesday, May 16, 2018 11:51AM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, May 16, 2018 5:14PM EDT ATLANTA — The rapper T.I. was arrested early Wednesday as he tried to enter his gated community outside Atlanta and was charged with disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and simple assault — but the artist’s lawyer called it a wrongful arrest. T.I. is one of the biggest names in hip-hop, with multiple platinum-selling albums and singles, production credits and roles in films like “ATL” and “American Gangster.” Henry County DeputyRead More

Painting newly attributed to Rembrandt on display in Amsterdam


AMSTERDAM — A painting newly attributed to Dutch Golden Age master Rembrandt van Rijn went on display Wednesday in an Amsterdam museum. The Hermitage Amsterdam museum called it the first unknown Rembrandt to surface in 44 years. The unsigned, undated 17th-century portrait of a young man resplendent in a black cape and white lace ruff, at the time attributed to an unknown member of Rembrandt’s circle, caught the eye of Amsterdam art dealer Jan Six when an auction catalogue plopped onto his gallery’s doormat in 2016. “It’s that sort ofRead More

5 things to know on Monday, May 14, 2018 on Missing woman, B.C. flooding, kidney donation

A former CFL star is being praised for his intervention in a potentially dangerous situation at a Florida highschool. Plus, residents of B.C.’s southern interior are bracing for more flooding. 1. CFLer intervenes: A former CFL football player has been credited with disarming an upset woman who allegedly brought a gun to a Florida high school as a brawl broke out inside the gymnasium. 2. B.C. braces for flooding: Residents in B.C.’s southern interior are bracing for more flooding, with officials saying rising temperatures will accelerate the melting of highRead More

Dozens of homes and cottages at risk of flooding in West Quebec

Dozens of homes and cottages at risk of flooding in West Quebec

CTV Ottawa Published Thursday, May 10, 2018 6:29PM EDT Last Updated Thursday, May 10, 2018 6:35PM EDT Dozens of homes in West Quebec are at risk of flooding as water rises. The flooding is along both the Coulonge River and Ottawa River in the municipalities of Mansfield and Davidson. Denis Paquette says his basement started flooding on Friday morning, and he has been fighting off the water since. He lives along Rue des Rapides along the Coulonge River. Paquette says it’s the second year in a row he has hadRead More

Urgent: Water advisory in downtown Montreal

CTV Montreal Published Thursday, May 10, 2018 6:24PM EDT Last Updated Thursday, May 10, 2018 6:44PM EDT There is an urgent water advisory in effect for parts of downtown Montreal. The City of Montreal is urging people not to consume any water in the area bordered by Bleury St., Côte du Beaver Hall, René-Lévesque Blvd. and Saint-Antoine St. until further notice. Officials say people shouldn’t drink the water, not even boiled, in the area, until further notice. Residents should not take a shower or wash their hands with tap water. Read More

Windsor-Essex residents raise $77K for MS

Mandarin MS Walk

The MS Society says $77,920 was raised in Windsor-Essex thanks to the Mandarin MS Walk. Participants laced up on Sunday for events across Ontario. The walk raised much-needed funds for research into the cause, treatment and cure of multiple sclerosis, and services for those affected by MS in their communities. Across Ontario, residents raised over $2,594,382. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USA Today News Headlines USA News Headlines ABC NEWS Headlines

One dead following early evening crash on Highway 22 south of Cremona

Fatal crash on Highway 22 south of Cremona

EMS officials confirm one adult is dead and another person was transported to hospital following a Friday night crash involving four vehicles on Highway 22. The crash occurred shortly before 6:30 p.m. near the intersection of Highway 22 and Range Road 292, at a location approximately 30 kilometres north of Cochrane. According to RCMP, the crash involved a truck, two RVs and a semi-tractor trailer. One adult, gender not confirmed, who had been in a pickup truck was pronounced dead at the scene. 511 Alberta confirms a section of theRead More

Sask. man wins lottery home for second time

Dwayne Prystupa

The man who won the grand prize in the Hospitals of Regina Foundation Home Lottery has won a home before. Dwayne and Kristen Prystupa won the STARS Home Lottery back in 2012. The family said they continued to buy tickets to support the cause, but they never thought they would win big again. “My brother-in-law called me, ‘I can’t believe you just won another house,’” Prystupa said. “I didn’t believe him and he had it still on TV, so he rewinded and he was playing it for me and IRead More

Bradford manslaughter case ends in mistrial becauses of juror’s private investigation

Son testifies about father's 2015 death in Bradford

CTV Barrie Published Wednesday, May 2, 2018 2:11PM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, May 2, 2018 2:17PM EDT A Bradford manslaughter case has ended in a mistrial after one of the jurors researched the case online. Several witnesses had already testified when the trial of four people charged in the death of James McCallen suddenly stopped. McCallen and his son were involved in an altercation while walking home from a bar in Bradford on Sept. 11, 2015. McCallen later died of head injuries in hospital. One of the jurors had writtenRead More

Calgary’s Korean community excited about developments back home

Calgary’s Korean community excited about developments back home

Days after a symbolic gesture marked the beginning of a possible path to peace in North and South Korea, Calgary’s Korean community says they are happy to hear the news, but are concerned about what the future will hold. On April 27, the first North-South Korea summit in more than a decade took place with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean president Moon Jae-in shaking hands and exchanging greetings at the border of the two regions. Kilung Ahn, publisher of the Calgary-based Korea Alberta Journal, was attendingRead More