Vikki Hopes

Cop who lives in Mission awarded almost $3.2 million for 2 car crashes

Jeffery Neufeldt was injured on the job in collisions in 2013 and 2016

Charity website hopes to help Abbotsford food bank

Residents urged to post their stuff for sale and donate proceeds

Sex offender charged again less than two months after prison release

Taylor Dueck, who was living in Mission, has history of sex assaults in Abbotsford

Man sentenced for setting apartment barbecue on fire in Abbotsford

Michael Rodden climbed to second-storey balcony in March 2019

400 people assessed for COVID-19 at Abbotsford centre

Website and centre have been running for over a week

Abbotsford family of 5 stuck in Vietnam during COVID-19 crisis

Dad Stephen Janzen says they feel abandoned by federal government

Abbotsford cop loses hard-fought battle with brain cancer

Ryan Masales, 46, went to Arizona for surgery and treatment

Driver arrested for running red lights, driving on rims with child in backseat

Abbotsford Police recommend impaired-driving charges against woman, 24

Abbotsford man holds virtual birthday party with 70 guests

Peter Van Mil turns 35 and celebrates with Facebook Live video

Man with sexual-assault history pleads guilty in Abbotsford

Danny Depew still faces charges in Ontario in sex exploitation sting

Abbotsford seniors and homeless receive support during pandemic

Extra precautions and additional services added to aid vulnerable populations

Suspected human bones found on rural property in Abbotsford

Investigation in early stages, police say

Abbotsford free income-tax service for low-income people will close

Program by Clearbrook Golden Age Society to stop operating on March 27

Costco bans return of hoarded items, including toilet paper

Shoppers stocked up in panic amid COVID-19 crisis

Abbotsford charities feel the impact of COVID-19 pandemic

Food bank, Salvation Army and Cyrus Centre face challenges

Abbotsford man acquitted of 2015 hit-and-run that killed cyclist

Kerry Froese found not guilty in death of Ronald James Scott

COVID-19 website and assessment centre established in Abbotsford

Referral-only clinic to take more than 100 appointments daily

Gabriel Klein guilty of 2nd-degree murder in Abbotsford high school stabbing

Judge renders verdict Friday morning, sentencing hearing scheduled for June 1 and 2

Verdict slated in trial of man charged with Abbotsford high school stabbing

Decision expected Friday morning in B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster

Man, 22, charged after police catch him with items stolen in break-in

Residents’ home in Abbotsford ransacked while they slept