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Burning car sends plume of smoke into Langley sky

A car burned on Friday, just off 200th Street.

Family Day chock-full of family fun in Aldergrove

February 17 and 18 holds free family events in Aldergrove and its surrounding communities.

Ice drifts on Fraser River near Langley

Ice floes formed on the Fraser River and collided with the shoreline along Derby Reach Thursday.

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Langley pond skating ban defied

Bomb squad called out for false alarm in Langley City

The Explosives Disposal Unit checked out what turned out to be a battery in a box.

ICBC lowball injury offers aren’t driving up court costs, ministry says

B.C. auto insurance monopoly struggling with rising legal, settlement costs

Langley Township council tackles budget

A number of cost increases will make it a challenging budget.

Battling overdoses through Langley workplaces

A local duo is trying to educate people about risks during the opiate crisis.

Langley realtor gets one-month suspension after assault charges come to light

A local realtor was disciplined by the BC Real Estate Council.

Langley house prices drop below $1 million again

A slow month in real estate gives price relief to buyers.

  • Feb 5, 2019

Man committed crime to get into warm jail cell: Langley police

With Langley’s shelter at capacity, the homeless are seeking anywhere to get out of the cold.

Three charged after high-speed pursuit of thieves turns tragic in Langley

A young boy is still recovering from serious injuries sustained in late 2017.

BC Hydro cable falls, many Aldergrove residents without power

Residents rushed to report a fallen BC Hydro cable on 272 street, pulled down by a passing truck.

UPDATE: Highway 1 re-opened after afternoon pile-up in Abbotsford

The westbound lanes of Highway 1 near Whatcom Road were closed after a crash involving many vehicles

Extreme weather alert issued for the Langleys

Gateway of Hope offers extra sleeping mats for homeless during freezing temperatures

  • Feb 2, 2019

VIDEO: We must save our wetlands to save humanity, Langley activist says

For World Wetlands Day, Ted Lightfoot created a weatherproof mural of an orca

  • Feb 2, 2019

Cupcake Day comes with sweet kisses from Langley puppies

The LAPS shelter is hosting a “Puppy Kissing Booth” to raise funds on Feb. 25.

Two injured, escape South Langley fire through window

The cause of a blaze on 248th Street Friday morning is not yet known.

Relay for Life rebrands, merges Surrey, Langley events

The annual Canadian Cancer Society event will see some changes this year.

Vancouver Zoo to celebrate Chinese Year of the Pig

The Zoo is celebrating the Year of the Pig with a showcase of four spunky, red river hogs.