Matthew Claxton

Burning van doused on Langley Bypass

Traffic was backed up from Fraser Highway to 200th Street on the Bypass.

Young Langley driver gets $1,500 in tickets for speeding past cop

The officer tracked down the suspected speeder and handed out a host of tickets.

VIDEO: Township fire trucks can purify water for disasters

The seven new trucks will be hitting the road soon, and are among the first of their kind.

UPDATED: Former Langley spiritual leader ordered to pay $420,000 in lawsuit

A separate investigation over alleged securities violations cleared the local man.

Woman groped on Langley’s 208th Street

Police are asking for tips to identify the man responsible.

More ice time means Langley ball hockey players need new arena

The change to the schedule at the George Preston Rec Centre has displaced a local league.

Controversial Langley condo developer fights extradition on U.S. fraud charge

Mark Chandler's lawyer argued before the B.C. Court of Appeal Friday to keep him in Canada.

Snow wallops Langley

Crews and individuals are working to clear roads and sidewalks.

Snow day for Langley students – public schools closed

All public schools in the Langley School District are closed Monday.

Burning car sends plume of smoke into Langley sky

A car burned on Friday, just off 200th Street.

Bomb squad called out for false alarm in Langley City

The Explosives Disposal Unit checked out what turned out to be a battery in a box.

Man committed crime to get into warm jail cell: Langley police

With Langley's shelter at capacity, the homeless are seeking anywhere to get out of the cold.

Three charged after high-speed pursuit of thieves turns tragic in Langley

A young boy is still recovering from serious injuries sustained in late 2017.

Two injured, escape South Langley fire through window

The cause of a blaze on 248th Street Friday morning is not yet known.

Fraser Valley mayors gather to talk development in Langley

Housing construction, density, and transit dominated the discussion.

Painful Truth: Can’t even lead horses to water…

...much less make climate change deniers drink.

Aldergrove Subways fined for not paying employees

The government ordered $7,000 in back pay returned to 18 workers.

Langley pot producer buys Aldergrove greenhouse for veggies, flowers

Zenabis is still planning to keep up its bedding plant business as well as legal cannabis.

Funding boosted for Langley ER expansion

The province is increasing the budget for the rebuild, to be completed by late next year.

Our View: Back to the weird old days in B.C. politics

The B.C. Legislature spending scandal is a blast from the past.