Kelvin Gawley

VIDEO: Abbotsford News Week in Review — Nov. 4

A video recap of the week in news

Extreme weather beds rolled out at Abbotsford shelters

Temperature drop triggered need for extra beds

New SOGI policies will inform and protect students, LGBT youth say

Emmet Gebhart was a 16- or 17-year-old W. J. Mouat Secondary student and reading online about asexuality and non-binary gender identities.

Skinning rabbits at Abbotsford high school called ‘inappropriate’

Making Métis rabbit stew part of foods course

Highway 1 traffic delayed due to car in median

Emergency crews on scene near No. 3 Road

VIDEO: Home heavily damaged in Wednesday night fire

No one was hurt and firefighters quickly controlled blaze

Hacker demanding ransom from UFV

Threats to release students' personal information

Snow could hit the Fraser Valley Thursday night

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement

UPDATE: Hacker threatens to release UFV student information if not paid ransom

Threats to release students' personal information

Fraser Valley Music Awards deadline extended

Nominations accepted until Nov. 4

New ultra-low-cost airline coming to Abbotsford

Canada Jetlines set to begin flying next summer

‘This is just horrid’: Five people die from overdoses in just over nine hours in Abbotsford

'Yesterday, we lost five citizens, and family and friends lost five loved ones'

Overdoses, shooting, LGBT education — Week in Review for Oct. 28

Take a look back at some of the stories that made The News this week

Small fire extinguished outside Matsqui Recreation Centre

Abbotsford Fire Rescue Crews quickly doused the flames

VIDEO: Abbotsford school trustees not wavering on LGBT policies, despite vocal opposition

Reporters Kelvin Gawley and Tyler Olsen discuss the issue

UPDATE: Suspect still at large following brazen daylight shooting in Abbotsford

Victim in his 30s in stable condition in hospital

Chinook Helicopters win safety awards

Owner Cathy Press will be hnoured at annual awards

Abbotsford school district finances rosier than expected

District left with multi-million-dollar surplus after budgeting for deficit