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  • Do you talk and drive?

    BCAA survey says most drivers no longer use hand-held phones

    Jill Drews

    Six months after the distracted driving law went into effect in B.C., some drivers are still flaunting the hands free law, but most drivers say they aren’t breaking the rule.

  • Boat presumed to be in distress found by Coast Guard

    VICTORIA (NEWS1130) – The search for a boat presumed to be in distress has been called off.  Earlier today Victoria rescue coordination centre was looking for the owner of the sailing vessel after its emergency distress beacon has been activated. Dan Bate with the Coast Guard says the boat has now been located in a

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  • Darwin

    Creationism or evolution? Your passport may hold the answer

    Andrea Macpherson

    Was it the big bang…or did we originate from other species? A survey conducted by Angus Reid says whether you choose to believe in creation or evolution may vary depending on where you live.

  • Brush fire in Surrey’s Bear Creek Park

    News1130 Staff

    A brush fire is burning in Surrey’s Bear Creek Park near 140th Street and King George Highway, an area popular with local residents.

  • B.C. Lions retro jersey

    The Lions step back in time

    Ann Schmaltz

    The B.C. Lions all-time leading receiver Geroy Simon along with the legendary Jim Young were on-hand after the morning walk-thru to reveal the team’s latest uniform as part of the CFL’s Retro Funk initiative this season.

  • Seclusion Bay evacuees still unable to return to their homes

    Rob Freeman/ Andrea Macpherson

    Extensive repairs are needed as far as critical infrastructure is concerned following a wildfire that ripped through Seclusion Bay on Tuesday, destroying property and forcing almost 70 people out of their homes.

  • Flag person dies after crash in Mission

    Dan Burritt

    Police don’t believe speed was a factor; sun glare may have been the cause.

  • Surprising choices at the ESPYS

    Geoff Rohoman

    American Sports Network ESPN handed out their annual ESPY (Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly) awards, snubbing a pair of local athletes and ignoring one of the most emotional moments of the Vancouver Olympics.

  • Legal online gambling in B.C. a North American first

    Shane Bigham

    The provincial government is talking about the good and the bad with today’s announcement that B.C. has become the first jurisdiction in North America to legalize online gambling.

  • Nanaimo man arrested on child pornography charges

    Dan Burritt

    RCMP in Nanaimo have arrested a 24-year-old man on child pornography charges after an investigation that started overseas – in Hertfordshire, England.

  • Carjacking sends one man to hospital

    Andrea Macpherson

    A Chevron Card Lock in Walnut Grove is behind yellow police tape after an early morning carjacking. Sergeant Ravi Pawar says a man was gassing up around one in the morning when he was approached by two men with guns.

  • Home re-sale numbers drop but prices expected to hold steady

    Shane Bigham

    The real estate market is cooling off, but don’t expect prices to drop significantly in Metro Vancouver. Home re-sales through the first six months of the year are down 23 per cent compared to the same period in 2009.

  • Water safety concerns for Canadian newcomers

    Andrea Macpherson

    People who have lived in Canada for less than five years are at higher risk for drowning when boating or swimming. A new study commissioned by the Lifesaving Society suggests they are four times more likely to be unable to swim than those born here.

  • VPB Chair: lawsuit could result in getting rid of whales

    Am and a Wawryk

    The head of the Vancouver Park Board is shying away from calls to get rid of belugas and dolphins at the Vancouver Aquarium. Aaron Jasper worries the Park Board could be hit with a lawsuit.