Joe Warmington, Toronto Sun

In his 20th year at the Toronto Sun where he has been an award-winning reporter and a columnist focusing on day to day news with a focus on people and the streets of Toronto. He has also travelled extensively for the paper to cover such stories as 9/11 in New York, Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana, the Neo-Nazi uprising in Germany to the Branch Davidian disaster in Waco, Texas. But his main love is Toronto and covering in a tough but fair way all parts with no sacred cows or pulled punches. His feeling is if the readers, leaders or editors are not peeved with him from time to time, he is not doing his job properly. "I believe in trying to be on the right side of the issue no matter who that might offend but to not hold grudges or to fuel agendas. I may criticize someone on one file but support them on another and strive hard to never make it personal."


Defendant O.J. Simpson, wearing the blood-stained gloves found by Los Angeles Police and entered into evidence in Simpson's murder trial, displays his hands to the jury at the request of prosecutor Christopher Darden in this file photograph from June 15, 1995 as his attorney Johnnie Cochran, Jr., right, looks on. (REUTERS/Sam Mircovich/Files)

20 years since police chased O.J. Simpson’s Bronco in L.A.

It was 20 years ago today that O.J. Simpson was arrested for the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. ‘The Juice’ was taken into custody following a police chase through the streets of Los Angeles.

Paul Bernardo, right, on his way to a pre-trial hearing with a member of the Toronto Police in summer 1994. (CARLO ALLEGRI/AFP/Getty Images)

Paul Bernardo dad says Karla Homolka 'got away with it'

As his sex-killer son settles into his new prison cell thanks to the pending closing of his old home, Paul Bernardo’s father says in his opinion Karla Homolka should still be locked up behind bars, too.