1. Skip to navigation
  2. Skip to content
  3. Skip to sidebar
  4. Go to Mobile Site

Local RSS

  • Argument leads to fatal stabbing in Merritt

    Sonia Aslam

    A 56-year-old Merritt man is dead after being stabbed in his home last night. His wife, a 39-year-old woman has been arrested.

  • Charges requested after motorcycle crash in Vancouver

    Sonia Aslam

    Charges are being recommended after a crash between a truck and motorcycle in Vancouver last night. It happened on Kingsway near Tyne Street around 10 p.m.

  • Help still needed for earthquake victims in Haiti

    Jill Drews

    We were warned the coverage of the Haitian earthquake disaster would probably slow down and so would donations. Almost six months later, the Canadian Red Cross says help is still desperately needed.

  • Man drowns near Horseshoe Bay

    Sonia Aslam/Lyle Fisher

    The long weekend is already a deadly one on the water. A man is dead after drowning near Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver.

  • Air India plane crashes

    News1130 Staff

    An Air India plane with 169 aboard overshot a runway and crashed while landing in southern India, 160 are feared dead.

  • Teens opt for Justin Bieber experience this holiday weekend

    Richard Southern & 680News staff

    STRATFORD – Most people who travel to Stratford take in a play, but this year, there is another reason to visit the city, especially if you are a teenage girl. The southwestern Ontario locale where Canadian pop superstar Justin Bieber grew up, is now providing his biggest fans with the ultimate Justin experience – a

    Read the Rest of the Entry

  • Vancouver getting even more bike friendly

    Britt Carlsen

    Crews have started getting Dunsmuir Street ready for the installation of the separated bike lane project.

  • Mounties warning drivers as long weekend kicks off

    Dave White/Amelia John

    Slow down, buckle up and leave the liquor at home. As thousands of Lower Mainlanders escape the city this long weekend — RCMP are warning they’ll be watching the roads. As you head east on Highway 1 through the Valley and it looks like a parking lot.

  • (Courtesy Rogers Media)

    Police kick off intersection safety awareness campaign

    Jill Drews

    Vancouver Police, ICBC and RCMP say slowing down and observing basic rules of the road would save countless lives. They’re stepping up enforcement at intersections to try and teach bad drivers a very important lesson.

  • Avoiding summer social pit-falls

    Jill Drews

    The May Long weekend is considered the official kick-off to backyard BBQ season. News1130 chatted with an expert who has tips to help you navigate social pit-falls.

  • Police tape at a crime scene

    Update: Police looking for suspect after fatal stabbing in Vancouver

    Amelia John

    One of the women involved in a double stabbing on Knight Street in Vancouver overnight, has died.

  • VPD: Mom of three-year-old found

    Amelia John

    Vancouver Police have found the mother of the toddler who was wandering alone in the Downtown Eastside. Police say things could have been worse, but the mother still has a lot of questions to answer.

  • Adrian Dix

    NDP: Longer wait times; less MRI scans being done

    Jill Drews

    The provincial NDP says patients in B.C. can end up waiting as long as two years now for an MRI thanks to Liberal government budget cuts. Health critic Adrian Dix says the health care system ends up paying more to treat patients who have to wait that long.

  • Controversial plan to install ‘smart meters’ across B.C.

    John Ackermann

    BC Hydro calls its ‘smart-meters’ cutting-edge technology that will save you money, but critics still wonder who else will have access to the information the devices collect.