Police believe Winterland airport used as race track after break-in at site
City of St. John’s says water safe to drink, despite unpleasant taste ...
Go Guide: St. John's area community events for July 19
Letter: Another nail in the coffin of the N.L. fishery
Brian Hodder: Out in faith — together
Editorial: The opioid effect
PAM FRAMPTON: Life behind bars — a TRUE story
SPECIAL REPORT: Former St. John’s inmate Justin Jennings records the stark realities ...
Labrador West Regatta 2018: ready to row
Toddler dies after being left in car for 8 hours
St. John’s heat sees RNC respond to disturbances overnight
Young man arrested after vehicle vandalized on Frecker Drive
Police investigating two armed robberies in St. John’s east end
RNC investigating after man assaulted, hospitalized in St. John’s
Assault with a weapon leads to man’s arrest in Mount Pearl
New town Chief Administrative Officer for Labrador City
At the regular council meeting for the Town of Labrador City held July 10 residents learned their community will have a new Chief Administrative Officer. Present town manager Gary Wensman will finish his duties in September. The selection of ...
House burns in Brigus
BRIGUS, N.L. – A fire broke out in a home in Brigus on Wednesday, July 18. According to a release from the Bay Roberts RCMP, officers responded at noon, finding the house, which was empty at the time, fully engulfed in flames. The Brigus ...
U.S. auto industry warns Trump administration of painful tariff fallout
OTTAWA — The Trump administration is hearing pleas from across the American automotive sector to back away from its threats to slap punitive tariffs on U.S. imports of vehicles and parts. Leaders representing ...
Ted Williams' Mexican-American heritage explored in PBS film
ALBQUERQUE, N.M. — A new film explores the life of baseball legend Ted Williams and his struggles with his Mexican-American heritage and his volatile relationships with family and the press. The upcoming PBS "American Masters" documentary on the ...
DFO closes salmon rivers on Newfoundland to retention angling
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) today, July 19, announced that all salmon rivers on the island part of the province will be closed to retention angling for the remainder of the season due to low counts following an in-season stock ...
Greenpeace members climbing Olympic Stadium tower in Montreal
MONTREAL — At least three Greenpeace members climbed the outside of the Olympic Stadium tower in Montreal on Thursday to protest the Trans Mountain pipeline. The climbers, who were equipped with cables and harnesses, began ...
Spain: Judge drops extradition bids for 6 Catalan fugitives
MADRID — A Spanish Supreme Court judge on Thursday dropped extradition requests for six politicians wanted on rebellion charges for their roles in promoting the Catalonia region's independence, including former regional president Carles ...
Drunk driver reported in Conception Bay South
C.B.S., N.L. — Early Thursday morning, shortly after 1:30 a.m., the RNC was called to the area of a restaurant in C.B.S. after they received a report of a man driving under the influence. The suspect was stopped and the 27-year-old driver ...
Appeals court hears Florida lawsuit seeking FBI 9-11 records
MIAMI — A federal appeals court will hear arguments in a Florida lawsuit seeking disclosure of FBI files that might uncover a U.S.-based support network for some of the 9-11 hijackers. The case being heard Thursday in Miami by the 11th U.S. Circuit ...
US intel chief in tight spot over Trump and Russia meddling
ASPEN, Colo. — National Intelligence Director Dan Coats' drumbeat of criticism against Russia is clashing loudly with President Donald Trump's pro-Kremlin remarks, leaving the soft-spoken spy chief in an uncomfortable — and perhaps perilous — place ...