B.C. kindergartners are more often struggling with emotional vulnerability, according to a report released Wednesday by University of B.C. researchers.
Nick Eagland, 24 hours Vancouver
The teenager accused of assaulting a 19-year-old and leaving him in a coma last week in New Westminster has been charged with second-degree murder following the man’s death.
Someone may be about to get a whopper of a Christmas gift after a thief made off with a $500,000 gemstone following an early morning smash-and-grab in Gastown.
A man who pleaded guilty to his involvement in the Surrey Six murders was sentenced to 12 years in prison Tuesday in Vancouver.
The victim of a brutal assault in New Westminster is “not expected to survive,” according to the RCMP’s Integrated Homicide Investigation Team.
Allegations of assault are flying after six climate-change protesters dressed as Santa stormed Port Metro Vancouver downtown office Monday to deliver coal to port executives.
The Independent Investigations Office of BC has taken over an investigation from the Vancouver Police Department after a 64-year-old man was allegedly injured during a scuffle with officers Saturday afternoon.
Lower Mainland women’s shelters are struggling to cope with a surge of homeless woman looking for a warm place to stay — and not just because of the cold snap.
An Air Canada Jazz flight was forced to make an emergency landing early Thursday in Nanaimo after one if its engines caught fire.
BC Blueberry Council is sharing some of its mouth- watering recipes. With the province’s 800 highbush blueberry growers producing about 40 million kilograms of the berries annually, the bountiful harvest makes up around 98% of Canada’s total production.
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson says gambling will not expand in the city under his watch.