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Police in Delta look for bullets and bullet casings after gunshots are reported near the intersection of Scott Road and Wade Road in the early hours of July 13, 2014.
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Environment Canada says record-high temperatures have been measured in four communities this weekend, with a possibility of more to come.
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B.C. court fees, the highest in Canada, are fingered by some lawyers for impeding access to justice for all but the wealthy.
Harjit Kondolay, 31, was identified today by police as the man found dead early Thursday morning in a home in the 46700 block of First Avenue, between Coote and Windsor streets.
A photo taken July 9, 2014 shows the Euchiniko Lakes fire, burning across 410 hectares between the Prince George and Cariboo fire regions as of July 12. Navi Saini of the B.C. Wildfire Management Branch says there are 45 wildfires across the province, with three fires expected to take days to put out.
Alexa Dredge is co-founding a local chapter of Hollaback! to fight street harassment.
The U.S. Department of Justice said Su Bin and two other conspirators are alleged to have accessed the computer networks of U.S. defense contractors without authorization and stolen data related to military aircraft and weapons systems.
B.C. MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert have lost their bid to adopt a child after the child's extended family said it didn't want it raised by a gay couple.
Fifty-odd years ago when the provincial government wanted to build the massive W.A.C. Bennett Dam, the regulatory process was a "day and a half of hearings, then the shovel went into the ground," said BC Hydro's Susan Yurkovich.
While the 2008 edition of the Pemberton Music Festival wasn't a disaster of biblical proportions, the event left scars that took time to heal for the small mountain town .
Three men linked to the Hells Angels were convicted of manslaughter in B.C. Supreme Court Friday for the fatal beating of a Kelowna dad.
Kamloops RCMP have a 36-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman in custody, both of whom will be facing numerous charges.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 04:32 am
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