Police have launched a back-to-school road safety campaign. Apple and the FBI are investigating after Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and close to 100 other celebrities nude photos were leaked. Survivor singer, Jimi Jamison dead at 63.
SURVIVOR SINGER DEAD AT 63
Jimi Jamison, lead singer of Survivor, who produced the hits “Burning Heart,” “Is This Love” and “The Search is Over,” died over the weekend from a heart attack. He was 63. He was maybe best known for his vocal performance on the ‘Baywatch’ theme song.
APPLE, FBI INVESTIGATING CELEBRITY NUDE PHOTO LEAK
Both the FBI and Apple are reportedly investigating the alleged leak of nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and close to another 100 other celebrities, which went public on Sunday. Reports say the naked images may have been obtained through a vulnerability in Apple’s iCloud service, which stores its user’s content online. An anonymous 4chan user claims to have released the many starlets’ nude photos after the hacking. A rep for Jennifer Lawrence confirmed that the allegedly stolen images from her iCloud account are indeed real.
HERO DAD DROWNS WHILE SAVING SON
The body of a Mississauga man, Tomasz Gladkowski, 39, who tried to rescue his drowning son in Lake Huron has been found. They were at the main beach in Port Albert, Ontario on Sunday. The boy is safe. Police say Gladkowski’s son was struggling with a strong undertow at the mouth of the Nine Mile River and therefore went in to rescue him. The boy made it out of the water safely with the help of another man, Gladkowski however, didn’t make it out and was reported missing at 3:30pm. Gladkowski’s body was found by OPP about 150 meters from the shoreline at 1:45pm Monday.
NEW TTC STREETCARS ARE HERE
The TTC’s brand new new streetcars have hit the streets of Toronto and will be taking TTC passengers across the city today. TTC users will only see the new streetcars on Spadina Avenue. They will be available on King Street in a few years. TTC spokesperson Brad Ross said it will take approximately five years until the city’s full transit network has all new streetcars.
POLICE LAUNCH BACK-TO-SCHOOL ROAD SAFETY CAMPAIGN
Toronto police and the Toronto District School Board are launching “Back to School – Back to Basics, Remember Road Safety” to remind people of road safety. The initiative will last for two weeks, from Tuesday September 2 until Friday September 12. The campaign will focus on road safety in of school zones, crosswalks, intersections and “no stopping” and “no parking” restriction areas. Police and parking enforcement officers will be looking for speeding, prohibited turns and distracted driver.