-A man is facing charges after police say he flipped a stolen car into a Halifax military base.
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People in Florida dealing with damaged roofs after hurricane Irma got a confusing response when they called a helpline number tweeted out by the Federal Emergency Management Agency last week.
-A Halifax judge has acquitted a former taxi driver of sexually assaulting his passenger, ruling that while he does believe the complainant was assaulted, but the Crown did not prove the assailant’s identity.
-Nova Scotia has announced a new policy that will allow high school teachers to fail students who miss one fifth of their classes, in an widening effort to combat absenteeism.
-Nova Scotia Auditor General Michael Pickup announced yesterday that his office will audit the IWK Health Centre’s books and practices, as the hospital turns information related to the expense scandal involving Tracey Kitch, the former CEO over to police.
On September 19th, 1985 Dee Snider, Frank Zappa, and other artists testified before a Senate committee on the subject of music censorship.
-RCMP exchanged gunfire and wounded a man in Tatamagouche yesterday morning after a woman was found dead at a home in Bayhead.
A father decided to prank his daughter by wearing a clown mask and chasing her, it didn’t go so well.
-Police in Halifax have arrested two people in connection with the sudden death of a young man in Clayton Park.