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UPDATE: Teen girl dies after double stabbing at Abbotsford Senior Secondary

Police arrest male suspect in the school; second victim in stable condition in hospital

No work stoppage at Kootenay Savings Credit Union for now

Both sides agree to postpone any work stoppage planned for Friday

‘Happy memories, incredibly grateful’: Prince William’s parting words to Canada

Heartfelt thank you, touching farewell as Royal tour ends for Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

Stilwell takes 400m gold with record performance at Rio Paralympics

RIO DE JANEIRO – Michelle Stilwell, Paralympian and Parksville-Qualicum MLA sets Paralympic record in women's 400-metre T52.

Voting open for People’s Choice Amateur Photography Competition

Photographers from across the province competed in amateur competition

SD 20 to address bus funding

SD 20 board will look at options regarding new provincial funding for busing announced this week.

Wildfire equipment vandalized

BC Wildfire Service needs to replace a radio repeater that was destroyed over the weekend.

GAMES ROUNDUP: Triathlon drama, soccer action Friday

Soccer foes faced off and triathletes endured to claim gold at the BC Summer Games in Abbotsford

Miss BC winners crowned

Contestants from around B.C. named at annual event. The pageant has raised $288,000 to date for Cops for Cancer.

We want your best photos

Your BC 'Best Shot' photo contest is now underway. Check out our top 3 photo tips. Entry deadline July 4th 2016

CANADA DAY QUIZ: How well do you know Canadian trivia?

In honour of Canada's 149th birthday, we have compiled some Canadian trivia questions. How many can you answer?

Thousands ready for 2016 BC Summer Games

Less than one month until Abbotsford hosts the best young BC athletes

May warmer, slightly drier in West Kootenay

The average monthly temperature last month was 1.7 degrees warmer than average, according to statistics from the Southeast Fire Centre.

Quiet weekend for West Kootenay traffic police

West Kootenay traffic police say there were no fatal or serious crashes over the May long weekend.

VIDEO: Escape from Fort McMurray firestorm, how you can help

Harrowing video emerging of the escape from Fort Mac wildfires, how you can contribute to help those left homeless

Paramedics make house calls in rural program

80 full-time and half-time positions to keep paramedics in small B.C. towns, and patients out of emergency

Runoff water from Teck facility spills into Trail creek

Spill of about 90 litres leaked into Stoney Creek, ministry officials said

PacificSport Fraser Valley joins viaSport Regional Alliance

Eleven multisport partners have joined forces to create the viaSport Regional Alliance,…

Doctors of BC release eating disorder program videos

It's National Eating Disorders Week and as part of a provincial plan…

B.C. coroner identifies skier who died at Red Mountain

Washington state man dies in skiing incident at Red Mountain