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Feud suspected behind killing
Dead man, killer 'were prepared to have a gun fight': DetectiveThe final time that Ryan St. Christopher Rowe-Reid was found with a gun he was dead.
Big wheel ready for Beijing
Wheelchair hoopster seeks goldBorn without feet or ankles, Adam Lancia knew from a young age he was different from all the other kids growing up in Scarborough.
Lotto ticket fake, cops say
Woman arrested after trying to claim $200Gs with copied ticketThe agency that oversees lotteries in Ontario says its fraud safeguards are working after a woman tried to cash a fake ticket worth $200,000 yesterday.
Flooded families frustrated
Ajax, homeowners point fingersA dozen frustrated families on a southside street are mopping up after becoming three times unlucky in eight years with overloaded sewers deluging their basements.
Improve care for troops: Senate
Report calls for state-of-the-art medical treatment for Afghan veteransAll Canadian soldiers physically or psychologically wounded in Afghanistan must be guaranteed state-of-the-art, special treatment when they return home from war, a Senate committee urges in a new report.
Teachers want funding gap closed
But elementary strike not loomingOntario elementary teachers wont sign a collective agreement until the province fixes the funding gaps between primary and secondary schools, the education minister heard Tuesday.
Boy, 8, mauled by bear
Father injured trying to defend sonOfficials at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park say a black bear mauled an eight-year-old Florida boy and the boys father was injured while defending him.
Fresh violence rocks Kashmir
Police fire kills 13 protestersGovernment forces fired at Muslim protesters for a second day Tuesday as they defied a curfew in Indian Kashmir, killing 13 people, police said.
UN announces plans to ease food crisis
$214 M pledged for impoverished countriesThe United Nations will provide $214 million in food assistance to 16 impoverished areas to help ease the effects of high food and oil prices, its food agency said Tuesday.
'We're still out there'
Some neighbours of Sunrise Propane still not being allowed into their homesTwo days after they fled their house as a propane-fuelled fire raged across the street, many families still can't go home.