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RV fire caused delays at crossing

The usual holiday delays at the borders were even longer for southbound travellers at the Peace Arch crossing this weekend, after an RV in the queue Friday morning caught fire.

Fingerprint scan leads border guards to 1983 murder suspect

A man applying for trusted traveller clearance at the Pacific Highway border is now awaiting extradition to Oklahoma, after a fingerprint check alerted officials to a decades-old murder warrant.
Traffic fines pay off for White Rock

Traffic fines pay off for White Rock

The City of White Rock is to receive grants totalling $333,885, with a chunk of the funds ($216,993) collected from traffic fines.
White Rock police thank Good Samaritan

White Rock police thank Good Samaritan

White Rock police want to thank a Good Samaritan who helped subdue a distressed man.
Metro politicians quietly take formula-driven pay raise

Metro politicians quietly take formula-driven pay raise

Each mayor's salary hike jacks all regional payouts higher
Fingerprint scans shorten time for criminal checks

Fingerprint scans shorten time for criminal checks

Surrey is one of the first detachments in B.C. with the technology.

Missing kayaker 'smart, optimistic young man'

Nearly a week following his disappearance off Hornby Island, the family of 16-year-old kayaker Orlando Graham believes he was the victim of a tragic accident.
Surrey tree cuts still on the decline

Surrey tree cuts still on the decline

But one resident complains large clearcuts are taking place to house people ‘cheek to jowl’
River erosion blamed for toppled Hydro tower, traffic tangle

River erosion blamed for toppled Hydro tower, traffic tangle

Mayors demand answers, warn collapse may have been deadly
Drugs, child porn brought to border on busy weekend

Drugs, child porn brought to border on busy weekend

Travellers carrying Illicit drugs and suspected child pornography were among those either arrested or turned back at the local border crossings over the holiday weekend.