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The tangled tale of Peipei Li's brief nuptials with a Chinese millionaire has taken a new twist — the introduction of an alleged former lover who claims he had no idea Li was married when he lavished her with $1.3 million in gifts and cash.
An airline employee took off in an empty airplane at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Friday and was chased by military jets before crashing in the south Puget Sound of Washington State.
A ground stop has been ordered for all planes leaving Seattle Tacoma International Airport after an unauthorized take-off.
From the evening of Aug. 12 to the morning of Aug.13, stargazers will see the best show the Perseids meteor shower has to offer. Kat Kelly, an astronomer at Vancouver's H.R. MacMillan Space Centre, gives her tips on how to best take in the meteor shower and visible planets this weekend.
A driver has been charged nearly a year after a charter bus jumped a curb in downtown Vancouver and hit three pedestrians, leaving one dead.
Justice Geoffrey Gomery says all structures, shelters and vehicles must be removed from the site known as Camp Cloud within 48 hours of an order being issued, which could occur as early as today.
Police in B.C.'s Lower Mainland claim a major gang investigation is one of the most successful in the province's history with 34 people facing charges for 201 offences, and hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash, jewelry, cars, weapons and drugs seized.
Thursday's sweltering weather topped previous highs for Aug. 9 in communities across B.C.
Motorists are warned the route could still be subject to closures this weekend because of ongoing fire activity.
Potentially dangerous wildfires continue to burn across British Columbia in a season that's worse than average, but still better than the record-breaking destruction of 2017.
For the past 96 years, Abbot Pass Hut has stood perched on a narrow mountain col that forms the border between Alberta and British Columbia, but concerns about erosion have now closed the remote alpine shelter indefinitely.
A group of nine hikers out in the wilderness near Telegraph Creek found themselves in danger over the weekend as out-of-control wildfires advanced toward them.
B.C.'s attorney general is asking members of the previous Liberal government to waive cabinet privilege and allow access to all documents related to money laundering.
Police are asking for the public's help after a man was shot and killed in an apparent road rage incident early Friday near the Ironworkers Memorial bridge in East Vancouver.
Whalley LL (B.C.) vs Toronto High Park LL (Ontario) semifinal #1 at the 2018 Canadian Little League Championship.
A young endangered killer whale at the centre of a cross-border "emergency response" has now been assessed and treated at sea off the coast of British Columbia.
The head of the Canadian AIDS Society fears HIV rates will continue to rise because of a shift in federal funding towards prevention instead of treatment and support.
A pile of scrap cars appears to be the source of the flames.
Park Rangers in Vancouver are always on the lookout for people smoking at the beach or lighting bonfires, but that vigilance is amplified when the city is blasted with a heat wave.
As officials continue to report new and growing wildfires across the province, independent contractors for wildfire fighters are working to get more people out on the fire line.