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  • Map of Japan tsunami

    Nuclear crisis reading in Japan “not credible”

    News1130 Staff/ The Canadian Press

    Work crews say a huge spike in radiation levels at a Japanese nuclear complex was a mistake. Meanwhile, the government has ordered people living within 20 kms of the Fukushima plant to evacuate.

  • Girl shot in Surrey says she knew her attacker

    News1130 Staff/ The Canadian Press

    The teenage girl shot in the back at her Surrey home on Friday says her family had known her attacker for about five years. Thirteen-year-old Anna Nguyen is expected to recover from her injuries.

  • Layton makes campaign pit stop in Surrey

    Sonia Aslam

    NDP Leader Jack Layton says Stephen Harper is to blame for implementing the HST. He says the push for the tax was made by Harper in the House of Commons.

  • UPDATE: Three businesses damaged in Richmond fire

    Renee Bernard

    Fire crews spent 13 hours at the strip mall on Voyageur Way yesterday. Nine out of 12 businesses were saved, but three are severely damaged. No one was hurt.

  • Earth Hour a huge success in BC

    Dave White/Renee Bernard

    For several years in a row, Hartley Bay has been able to reduce its consumption by 100 per cent. Pitt Meadows was the best in BC. That city dropped its power consumption by six per cent.

  • One man arrested after fatal stabbing in Burnaby

    News1130 Staff

    A 19-year-old Burnaby man has been arrested in connection with a stabbing that killed a 43-year-old man last night. The two got into a fight outside a condo on Burlington Avenue.

  • The Retire your Ride program ending

    Sonia Aslam/Shane Bigham

    The Retire Your Ride program is ending in most provinces, but not here in BC. Environmentalists think the move will endanger the health of Canadians. The program recycles cars 1995 and older.

  • Behind the scenes look at a Kits recording studio

    Lyle Fisher

    If you ever wanted a behind the scenes look at what it’s like to record a studio album, then check out a new locally shot documentary called “In the Studio” with the Lyin’ Bastards.

  • ballot box

    Canadians will head to the polls on May 2nd

    Kristin Bibik with files from the Canadian Press

    OTTAWA — Prime Minister Harper says Canadians must give his Conservatives a majority in the May 2nd election if they want to avoid an opposition coalition government.

  • Computer outage causing delays for Alaska Airlines

    Dave White

    Alaska Airlines says a computer outage is causing big delays for flights across its network. The airline is asking travellers to check their flight status before leaving for the airport.