Laura Baziuk

UPDATED: Police investigate deadly fall at UBC

Person dies after a fall from a crane at a construction site at the Point Grey campus

Hugh Hefner, Playboy magazine founder, dies at 91

He founded the men’s magazine in 1953

Heat records broken around B.C.

Scorching temperatures reached throughout the province on Labour Day

Two young men, ages 16 and 24, drown at Harrison Lake

Bodies have been recovered by the RCMP dive team after report of drowning on Sunday

B.C. firefighter fined for breaking campfire ban

Three crew members had been photographed on a lake in the Shuswap

Former B.C. teacher told student he loved her, drove by her house

Hsu Yang Cheng has agreed to never apply to a teaching certificate again

UPDATED: Tentative deal reached with community health workers

More than 200 employees were set to walk off the job Friday

Group loses bid to display pro-life ads on Lower Mainland buses

The Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform had argued its right to freedom of expression.

B.C. cop charged with sexual assault

Const. Sukhwinder “Vinnie” Dosajnh was arrested in Victoria in relation to an alleged 2005 incident

Former B.C. superintendent punished for misusing $29,000

Gregory Joseph Bitgood’s teaching certificate has been suspended for three months

Wildfire evacuees told to double-check evacuation orders before driving home

RCMP say several people have been turned away because orders were not yet lifted for their areas

UPDATE: Police find 11-year-old boy missing near Stanley Park

Bruneau Fulton managed to bike all the way to New Westminster

Deadly drug W-18 confirmed in Surrey, Langford

RCMP warn those who use drugs: 'There is no way for you to know what is really sold being to you.'

Frigid temperatures, snow may have killed three people in B.C.

Coroners service reports two deaths in Cariboo, one in Fraser Valley

VIDEO: Dead dog thrown in Dumpster in Coquitlam

The BC SPCA trying to identify two people after a Boxer-cross that had apparently died of heat exposure was found in a Dumpster.

Vandals dump cans of paint inside new home

North Vancouver house was a week away from being move-in ready

New funding to help B.C. parents deal with kids who have behaviour problems

Program aims to help parents become more confident dealing with aggression, defiance

BC Hydro applies to raise rates by four per cent

Utility points to recent slump in commodity prices and a government plan to allow mines to defer electricity costs to keep running