A fire broke out at an auto-wrecking yard Thursday night on Mitchell Island in Richmond. Shane MacKichan.

5 to start your day

A woman is attacked in Abbotsford, the Maple Ridge man killed in Las Vegas to be honoured, and more

1. Three arrested after woman assaulted in Abbotsford

Two men and a woman were taken into police custody after the victim was found near a home. See more >

2. Drive-by shooting in Newton

No victims were found at the scene of the 6100 block of 150 Street in Surrey. See more >

3. VIDEO: Large fire breaks out on Mitchell Island

This is the second time this year Richmond firefighters have responded to a massive blaze there. See more >

4. Las Vegas remembers Maple Ridge victim Jordan McIldoon

A funeral was set to be held Friday for the 23-year-old, one of the four Canadians killed in the Oct. 1 massacre. See more >

5. Trauma dog introduced during Puppy Love Day

Fraser Health says that this is the first dog of its kind in a B.C. hospital. See more >

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