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Driver walks away from car running into Langley building

A medical incident resulted in a car hitting a building in the Willowbrook area Monday afternoon.

Fraser Health apologizes after releasing body to wrong funeral home

Delta Funeral Home picked up the deceased at Delta Hospital despite the family not signing off.

  • Jun 26th, 2017

Langley suspect loaded cart with $1,700 in stolen meat, clothes: RCMP

Police say the woman was already under court order to stay away from the store.

Hospital congestion issues may never be entirely solved: doctor

Aging population will pose ongoing challenge, but Fraser Health on right path, physician says

Abbotsford-to-Puerto Vallarta flights coming this winter

Sunwing to offer direct flights for vacation package customers

Pipeline lawsuit names Langley MLAs

Both were ministers who signed off on the pipeline expansion plans in January.

Scrump-dilly-icious strawberries


Fatal shooting in Langley overnight June 9, 2017


Langley attracts hundreds of future scientists


Justin Trudeau and family march in Toronto Pride Parade
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Hundreds flock to Langley City spray park in heat wave

Fraser Health offers some tips on how to stay cool and safe this summer.

Langley NDP, Liberal candidates clash on Throne Speech

The NDP candidate for Langley saw a lot of the things she campaigned on in the Thursday speech.

VIDEO: Charity harvest aims high following record year

The Langley Community Harvest is hoping for good weather and more volunteers.

Chilliwack woman warns of tax evasion phone scam

Aggressive caller demanded payment imitating revenue agency

Alleged threats to Chilliwack mayor lead to criminal charges

Psych report ordered after alleged breaches of protection order last week

VIDEO: Elizabeth’s Wildlife Centre sees busiest season yet

Donations needed to help with supplies and operation of Fraser Valley site

Court finds Aldergrove spiritual leader not guilty of human smuggling

A spiritual leader will be sentenced at a later date for bringing people across the border.

  • Jun 20th, 2017

Historic mile markers return to Fraser Highway

A series of markers, first erected in the 1930s, told motorists the miles to Vancouver.

Natural gas rates stay same in Langley and the rest of B.C.

‘Natural gas a third the cost of electricity for space and water heating’

Youth hub to break ground in Langley

The center’s creation was driven in part by efforts of local teenagers.

Langley’s drug-sniffing dog retires

The dog worked in Aldergrove and other Pacific-region border crossings.

Langley School District wants public input on $225 million budget

The public can review the budget and put questions to staff at the budget open house this evening.

Final election numbers don’t rock re-elected Langley MLAs

Election BC released its “interim” numbers from May 9’s election, including absentee and mail votes.

Community welcomed to Langley City

The annual Community Day took over Douglas Park Saturday.