Monique Tamminga

A three-vehicle crash closed the intersection of 200 Street and 16 Avenue on Tuesday afternoon.

Updated: Truck driver ticketed for multiple vehicle crash on 16 Avenue (with video)

A semi truck, van and car involved in crash at 200 St. and 16 Ave. on Tuesday afternoon. Driver of Honda sent to hospital.

A three-vehicle crash closed the intersection of 200 Street and 16 Avenue on Tuesday afternoon.
Cory Vallee is on trial in Supreme Court for the murder of Red Scorpion Kevin LeClair in 2009. He is also on trial for conspiracy to commit murder of the Bacon brothers.

UN gang member on trial for 2009 Langley killing

Kevin LeClair was gunned down in the parking lot of a Walnut Grove shopping centre

Cory Vallee is on trial in Supreme Court for the murder of Red Scorpion Kevin LeClair in 2009. He is also on trial for conspiracy to commit murder of the Bacon brothers.
A motorcycle lies on its side at the entrance to Willowbrook Shopping Centre

UPDATE: Langley man charged in border jumping incident

One man arrested at border, while RCMP chased a second suspect into Willowbrook Shopping Centre. He was arrested at the 203 St. Dairy Queen.

A motorcycle lies on its side at the entrance to Willowbrook Shopping Centre
Police have set up forensic tents at the crime scene on Robertson Crescent in Langley where human remains were found Wednesday morning.

UPDATED: Body found linked to gang activity, says IHIT (with video)

The 'gruesome' murder was targeted and connected to gang activity, says IHIT. Robertson Crescent will remain closed.

Police have set up forensic tents at the crime scene on Robertson Crescent in Langley where human remains were found Wednesday morning.
A Township of Langley firefighter examines the damage at a house fire on 16 Avenue near 200 Street Sunday morning.

UPDATED: Langley house fire deemed suspicious (with video)

The fire closed 16 Avenue near 200 Street for several hours on Sunday.

A Township of Langley firefighter examines the damage at a house fire on 16 Avenue near 200 Street Sunday morning.
All of Oils owners Glenn Pineau and Kimm Brickman are excited to offer tastings of their flavoured olive oils for a third year at the West Coast Women’s Show in Abbotsford.

Many Langley vendors at Women’s Show

Thousands of women are expected to attend the 16th annual West Coast Women’s Show this weekend.

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All of Oils owners Glenn Pineau and Kimm Brickman are excited to offer tastings of their flavoured olive oils for a third year at the West Coast Women’s Show in Abbotsford.
Police say a marriage proposal inside a Fort Langley antique store was derailed on Saturday

Marriage proposal interrupted by saw-wielding objector

Stranger reportedly took exception to a man's decision to propose to his girlfriend inside a Fort Langley antiques store

Police say a marriage proposal inside a Fort Langley antique store was derailed on Saturday
This cat Joey is making a very slow recovery after being shot out of a tree in Willoughby on Tuesday. His owner is devastated and wants to warn other cat owners to watch out.

Cat shot in Willoughby

Joey suffered multiple injuries after being shot with a BB gun on Tuesday.

This cat Joey is making a very slow recovery after being shot out of a tree in Willoughby on Tuesday. His owner is devastated and wants to warn other cat owners to watch out.
Police are asking for information to help locate this filly that was stolen from its farm on Telegraph Trail Sunday night. Its mother is frantic as the baby is still nursing.

UPDATED: Filly still missing after being stolen from a Langley farm

Police asking if anyone has information about the safe return of this horse stolen Sunday night or Monday morning (Aug. 8).

Police are asking for information to help locate this filly that was stolen from its farm on Telegraph Trail Sunday night. Its mother is frantic as the baby is still nursing.
Students from three Aldergrove schools — Aldergrove Secondary

Reconciliation walk leaves Fort Langley on June 1

Four local churches have put together four days of walking, ending at St. Mary's residential school site in Mission.

Students from three Aldergrove schools — Aldergrove Secondary
Maya Ahuja’s picture and story is on the back of Honey Nut Cheerios cereal boxes at Save-On-Foods stores across the province.  Twenty-five cents from each box will go to B.C. Children’s Hospital at next month’s Miracle Weekend. Maya underwent open-heart surgery when she was four months old in 2010 and doctors saved her life after she flat-lined for 22 minutes.

Cereal box star

Abbotsford girl's photo, story on back of Honey Nut Cheerios boxes in Save-On-Foods stores in support of BC Children's Hospital

Maya Ahuja’s picture and story is on the back of Honey Nut Cheerios cereal boxes at Save-On-Foods stores across the province.  Twenty-five cents from each box will go to B.C. Children’s Hospital at next month’s Miracle Weekend. Maya underwent open-heart surgery when she was four months old in 2010 and doctors saved her life after she flat-lined for 22 minutes.
An Abbotsford driver was clocked doing 180 km/hr on 16 Avenue in Langley where speed limits are 60 km/hr.

Driver clocked doing 180 km/hr on 16 Avenue

A 26-year-old man was fined and his vehicle impounded. Two motorcyclists were also busted doing 118 km/hr during the police blitz

An Abbotsford driver was clocked doing 180 km/hr on 16 Avenue in Langley where speed limits are 60 km/hr.
A Township of Langley firefighter at the scene of a rollover accident in the 24300 block of 16 Avenue. One person was injured when a cement truck flipped.

UPDATED: Serious crash closes portion of 16 Avenue

A concrete truck flipped in the 24300 block of 16 Avenue Tuesday afternoon, sending the driver to hospital

A Township of Langley firefighter at the scene of a rollover accident in the 24300 block of 16 Avenue. One person was injured when a cement truck flipped.

Alcohol and speed may be factors in serious crash in Langley

Abbotsford man in serious condition. Pick up truck becomes airborne, landing in a ditch at the freeway on Saturday night.

Aldergrove's Davey Butorac has admitted to and apologized for killing Langley City sex trade worker Sheryl Lynn Korroll and Abbotsford prostitute Gwendolyn Lawton in 2007. He has been sentenced to life but will be eligible for parole in less than 18 years.

Aldergrove man sentenced to life for killings of two sex trade workers

Davey Butorac will be eligible for parole in less than 18 years after admitting to killing Sheryl Lynn Koroll and Gwendolyn Lawton

Aldergrove's Davey Butorac has admitted to and apologized for killing Langley City sex trade worker Sheryl Lynn Korroll and Abbotsford prostitute Gwendolyn Lawton in 2007. He has been sentenced to life but will be eligible for parole in less than 18 years.
John Lowe is pictured near London’s famous clock tower

Former soldier struck down while walking for gasoline

Account set up to help member of Wounded Warriors who was hit by truck while walking on 232 Street overpass last week

John Lowe is pictured near London’s famous clock tower
Langley RCMP

Spike belt deployed, man arrested after busy Cranberry Festival Saturday

A 55-year-old Abbotsford man is facing a host of charges including dangerous driving and being in a stolen truck in Fort Langley.

Langley RCMP
Emcee Jim McGregor and event organizer Sandy Dunkley are set for a night of good ol' fashioned fun as the 'Happy Days are Here Again fundraiser in support of the Ron Dunkley Memorial Society

‘Happy Days’ return to Langley

1960s-style sock-hop and movie night set for Twilight Drive In on Sunday, Sept. 27 will raise funds to help emergency personnel and veterans

Emcee Jim McGregor and event organizer Sandy Dunkley are set for a night of good ol' fashioned fun as the 'Happy Days are Here Again fundraiser in support of the Ron Dunkley Memorial Society

Father killed, son taken to hospital following motorcycle crash in Glen Valley

Police say elevated bridge deck may have blocked motorcyclist's view of left-turning farm vehicle

This is just one of the many kittens up for adoption on Kitten Palooza Day on June 27.

It’s Kitten Palooza, people!

On Saturday, June 27, LAPS is holding a kitten adoption day at the shelter and at their Abbotsford Petsmart.

This is just one of the many kittens up for adoption on Kitten Palooza Day on June 27.