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An out-of-town driver was pulled over and fined twice for distracted driving within the span of eight minutes and six blocks on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017.

Driver fined twice in eight minutes

An out-of-town visitor was pulled over and issued two separate tickets for distracted driving this week — in the span of eight minutes, and just six blocks.

K.J. Apa. (Handout Photo)

Riverdale star involved in late-night crash

K.J. Apa, who stars on the Vancouver-filmed CW series Riverdale, reportedly fell asleep at the wheel and was involved in a late-night car-accident last week while driving home after 16-hours on set.

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White woman gets injections to become black

A woman who has lived her entire life as a white female just claimed – on The Maury Show – that she transitioned into a black woman because she was unhappy with her race and appearance.

Nathan and Sabrina Drover at their Vancouver, BC home Wednesday, September 20, 2017. The Drovers were in the process of moving from New Brunswick to Vancouver when the U-Haul containing all their possessions was stolen in Abbotsford. (Photo by Jason Payne/ Postmedia Network)

Thieves steal everything from U-Haul

A young New Brunswick couple that recently moved across the country to B.C. is doing their best to stay positive after a U-Haul packed with all their belongings – including irreplaceable family mementos – was stolen in Abbotsford, just hours before reaching their new home in Vancouver.

Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver speaks to media as Premier John Horgan and looks on following the legislation announcement banning union and corporate donations to political parties during a press conference at Legislature in Victoria, B.C., on Monday, September 18, 2017. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito)

Horgan defends flip-flop on subsidies

Premier John Horgan admitted Tuesday his new bill to provide public subsidies to political parties was not what he campaigned for in the last election, but argued it is still an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars.

Two gunmen are seen firing through glass at Anthony Soares on Sept. 14, 2017.

Video: Gunmen target Drake pal

Anthony Soares was inside the front doors of a Scarborough highrise waiting to be buzzed in — with nowhere to run — when two gunmen suddenly ambushed him.