These police officers were called to a home in Cambridge in response to a break-in. They found no evidence of a break-in -- only a man who had heard a noise and wasn't able to get up and investigate. Then they learned that he hadn't eaten in two days. So they opened up his fridge and got to work. Link
Party time in Guelph! Guelph Police respond to 15 parties last evening including one report of people running naked through the streets.
We told you about Thunder, the Alaskan malamute who was stolen from outside his home in Woodstock, last month. On Sunday, Thunder's owners got a phone call with the happy news that the dog had been found. He was reunited with his family later that day -- which also happened to be his birthday. Link
Mychel Hendricks works as a waiter at the Kelsey's in Kitchener. Earlier this month, a nine-month-old boy started choking at one of his tables. He jumped in and performed first aid until the food became dislodged and the boy was OK. Link