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Reporter — Calgary Herald

Frequently takes pictures of food. Needs coffee. Loves dogs, especially Webster. Writes for the Calgary Herald. Send notes here: cho@calgaryherald.com

Two Calgarians travel to Italy with Veterans Affairs to mark 70th anniversary of Italian Campaign

calgaryherald.com — Two Calgarians who fought in the Italian Campaign during the Second World War are returning to the European country this week to take part in ceremonies marking the 70th anniversary of the military effort. Joseph Stewart Egglestone and Father Robert Greene were invited to be part of the federal government's delegation, led by Veterans Affairs [...]

‘He will be walking the street in no time’: Family disputes manslaughter charge in Calgary slaying

calgaryherald.com — The family of a married father, who went missing and was later confirmed slain earlier this year, is relieved someone was finally arrested in connection with the death but unhappy with the charges laid

Suspect charged in death of 25-year-old man knew victim

calgaryherald.com — A man was arrested and charged Friday in connection with the death of a married father who went missing in southwest Calgary nine months ago. Kevin Douglas Dalton, 35, was taken into custody without incident at a southeast Calgary home. He was charged with manslaughter and committing an indignity to a human body.

One dead in second Calgary workplace fatality this week

calgaryherald.com — On Thursday, paramedics were called to Swish Maintenance Limited in the 600 block of 28th Street NE at around 1:13 p.m, where Norcal Construction was involved in dismantling a brick building at the site when the wall collapsed on a worker.

City councillor calling for tighter controls on liquor store separation distances

calgaryherald.com — Coun. Andre Chabot is calling for bylaw amendments that would make it more difficult to relax the rules around how far liquor stores need to be built from schools and from each other. Currently, liquor stores must be at least 300 metres apart and at least 150 metres from public and private schools.

Shot fired during northeast Calgary jewelry store robbery

calgaryherald.com — A shot was fired during a jewelry store robbery in the city's northeast Friday evening. Fortunately, no one was hurt. Police continue to search for the two suspects involved. Det. Steve Adair said officers were called to Imperial Jewellers in the 3500 block of 32nd Avenue N.E. at around 6:45 p.m.

Cold weather records broken in southern Alberta

calgaryherald.com — It may be cold in Calgary, but our temperatures didn't come close to the bone-chilling record-breaking lows in other Alberta communities on Friday. According to Environment Canada, several records were broken or nearly broken as temperatures plummeted "under the influence of a cold Arctic air mass."

Charges laid in connection with rash of break-ins in south Calgary

calgaryherald.com — Charges have been laid in connection with a rash of break-and-enters in south Calgary, including some cases in which intruders gained entry to homes using stolen garage door openers. City police say between Oct. 19 and Oct. 26, they investigated 16 break-ins in the communities of Evergreen, Millrise, Auburn Bay, Silverado and Chaparral.

Alberta man dies after falling off cliff in B.C.

calgaryherald.com — An Alberta man who was working as a hunting guide in British Columbia died this week after falling off a cliff. RCMP say they were notified around 8:50 p.m. Monday that an emergency beacon had been activated up the Kemano River near Kitimat, in the northwest coast of B.C.

Woman found with serious head injuries in NE Calgary had been sexually assaulted

calgaryherald.com — A woman who was discovered with serious head injuries Saturday night in a clearing northeast of downtown Calgary had been sexually assaulted, say police. No suspects are in custody and investigators are appealing to the public for information on the violent attack. The 30-year-old woman was found by a passerby at around 9:30 p.m.
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Nov 22, 2014

.@CalgaryPolice traffic is leading investigation but @ASIRT_AB has been notified and is reviewing the case.

Nov 22, 2014

Vehicle did not stop when police officer tried to pull it over. Officer "disengaged" but vehicle kept driving, crashing into tree.

Nov 22, 2014

The driver, man is his 20s, was known to police. Passengers, 21-year-old man and 17-year-old woman, currently in stable condition.

Nov 22, 2014

Officer was trying to pull over "suspicious" vehicle, but Watterston did not elaborate.

Nov 22, 2014

Duty inspector Michael Watterston with @CalgaryPolice speaking to media about Friday night's fatal crash. #yyc pic.twitter.com/j7a2TTdwpk

Nov 22, 2014

.@calgarypolice also investigating stabbing in Falconridge. Man in his 20s taken to hospital with wounds to upper body, not co-operating.

Nov 22, 2014

.@calgarypolice believe pedestrian struck by vehicle near 17th Ave and 33rd St SE this a.m. was jaywalking. Man in his 50s taken to hospital

Nov 22, 2014

More proof that beagles are amazing. RT @KTLA Beagle hitches ride on back of ambulance when owner hospitalized: ktla.com/2014/11/22/bea…

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