Three people are in hospital after a high-speed crash in Surrey late Friday night.
Surrey RCMP said two vehicles were involved in the crash, a black Mustang and a Cadillac.
A man is in custody after police say he crashed his pickup truck into a house in East Vancouver late Wednesday night.
The man was driving down Champlain Crescent, near Matheson Crescent, around 11:30 p.m. when he apparently lost control and ended up crashing through a fence and into a two-storey house.
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Three youths have been found guilty in the 2015 stabbing death of Burnaby teen Luka Gordic.
A judge found two young offenders guilty of manslaughter Friday and a third guilty of second-degree murder. Because they were 17 at the time of the offence, they cannot be named, but Crown prosecutors have said they will be seeking adult sentences.
While many people and communities suffered dearly from the wildfires that ripped through B.C. this summer, on Thanksgiving, there was also a sense of gratitude for some.
On a holiday edition of Daybreak South, voices from B.C.'s Interior said the adversity gave affected communities a stronger bond than they had before.
One of those people was Xatsull First Nation band councillor Kelly Sellars, who, along with other members of his community, chose to stay behind and fight the flames.
Parent Chantelle Morvay-Adams knew as soon as she put her son into kindergarten that he needed extra help in the classroom.
"We knew he had differences," she said.
"I thought when we put him in the public school system, they will just give support, just like that. But it's not like that."