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One month later, no sign of Kristina Ward

Police continue their search for highly vulnerable 20-year-old last seen in downtown Langley

Langley schools deemed ‘low risk’ for drug overdose

No overdoses reported so far at any school in district, said superintendent Gord Stewart

Hundreds show up to oppose supportive housing proposal

BC Housing and Stepping Stone would like to house 49 homeless in Quality Inn in Langley

Housing for the homeless heats up

The Oct. 30 meeting about the Quality Inn being turned into supportive housing will be a full house

Families for Justice not giving up after Liberals vote down new criminal charge of vehicular homicide

Markita Kaulius, who lost her daughter to drunk driver, said she will continue to fight

Langley greenhouse plans massive indoor Christmas light show

Milner Garden Centre presents Glow - 103,000 square feet of lights including musical light tunnel

Langley school district answers top 10 parents’ questions about SOGI education

No, students aren't being told they can't use 'boy' or 'girl' to describe themselves, say district

Crash closes 264 Street in both directions

Crash closes 264 Street during afternoon commute on Thursday

How thieves will travel

A pair of thieves from Surrey and Langley were arrested in a Bait car incident in Richmond

VIDEO: ‘Someone knows where Kristina is,’ says her mom who hasn’t seen her since Sept. 25

Kristina Ward, 20, is in need of daily medication and was last seen in downtown Langley

VIDEO: Stray tomcat on the attack in Langley

A stray cat in Langley City has attacked an elderly woman, a kitten and a four-year-old girl

Jail and driving ban for Aldergrove man who caused three-car crash

The 2015 crash in Aldergrove sent one local woman to hospital with serious injuries

Hazardous waste dumped on popular Fort Langley trail

Someone dumped paint thinner, paint, propane tanks and more on the Fort-To-Fort Trail

Truckers feeling the pinch of toll-free bridges

B.C. Trucking Association pushes for mobility pricing to ease increased congestion

Langley Parents for Inclusivity hold SOGI info night Oct. 12

Panel of experts ready to discuss curriculum while anti-SOGI activists hand out flyers at schools

Police look for two men allegedly involved in stealing a vehicle involved in hit-and-run

Police release photo of two suspects of interest in Oct. 7 crimes

UPDATED: Lock down lifted at Langley elementary schools

A suspected thief walked into Dorothy Peacock school and into the washroom

School district eyes three new elementary schools for growing Willoughby

New class size language has added to pressure of getting new schools

Highway One widening in Langley to Abbotsford may not happen now

Township mayor said it would be 'foolish' to stop widening of freeway from 216 Street to 264th

Teacher shortage hits Langley hard

One month into the year and 25 classrooms in Langley don't have teachers in place