Tom Zytaruk

Surrey police trying to ID Newton restaurant robbery suspect

The Surrey RCMP's Robbery Unit, at 604-599-0502, is looking for information that could identify him.

Surrey truck driver injured in explosion

A driver was injured and a truck was damaged in what police say was “possibly” a “localized explosion” in Cloverdale on Tuesday afternoon.

Police, paramedics won’t be charged in Gauchier case

She walked into a Delta gas station on Jan. 22, 2011 intoxicated,with a bloody nose, and claiming six girls assaulted her in Surrey

FOCUS: Surrey fire chief aims to turn the page on crime

Len Garis co-edits book that looks at new ways to design out crime

Surrey RCMP staging six ‘Pack the Police Car’ charity events

During the first two weeks of December the Surrey RCMP will stage six patrol car-packing events throughout the city,

Surrey RCMP looking for witness to fatal crash

Surrey RCMP Sergeant Alanna Dunlop said this woman "may have information regarding the actions of one of the drivers prior to the collision.

Surrey animal breeder charged with animal cruelty

Xin (Ivy) Zhou has been charged with animal cruelty related to the Feb. 16 BC SPCA seizure of 82 animals "in distress," the BC SPCA reports.

Super fundraising by Surrey girls Ryley and Chloe

Despite sharing 11 years between them, pals are old hands at raising money

Award-winning Surrey nurse ignored her mother’s advice

Sullivan resident swapped out accounting career to become a registered nurse. So far, all’s well. In fact she’s already won a nursing award

Surrey’s Project IRIS registry touted as key crime-fighting technology

Residents and businesses with CCTV cameras who want to participate in the registry can sign up at Surrey.ca/iris.

Surrey mayor, police chief say they have a plan for 135A Street

Linda Hepner said it's a "work in progress" that will be revealed "in the coming weeks."

Three Surrey Mounties won’t be charged related to 2015 arrest

Three Surrey Mounties will not face criminal charges related to a 2015 arrest of a man whose right hip was later discovered to be fractured

UPDATED: Surrey Tax Centre in Whalley to become a National Verification and Collections Centre

Surrey MP Dianne Watts says many jobs will be lost. Surrey's four Liberal MPs weigh in to "clarify some of the misinformation."

Newton bingo hall will close – but when?

Delta casino to replace Newton’s 624-seat gaming centre is in the works and would include more gambling and entertainment features.

Surrey coalition ‘united’ in effort to ease crowded classrooms

Surrey School Coalition lobbying provincial government for $175 million to help the city’s public schools keep up with residential growth

Man, 20, found bleeding at Surrey bus loop

Surrey RCMP investigating "apparent stabbing" of 20-year-old man in Whalley Tuesday evening.

Surrey killer loses another appeal in Vic Fraser’s murder

Johnston stabbed Fraser nine times, breaking knife blades in his neck before bludgeoning him with a flowerpot and booting him in the ribs.

Legion tweaks plans for Surrey’s Veterans Village

Royal Canadian Legion now looking to build one tower instead of two during first phase of Veterans Village project in Whalley.

Murder conviction stands for Surrey man, now dead, who claimed his wife’s death was assisted suicide

Two-time Surrey murderer Thomas Robert Elton lost appeal of second-degree murder conviction. Claimed he helped ill wife commit suicide.

Surrey RCMP make arrest in 2015 hit-and-run involving elderly pedestrian

The victim, an 85-year-old man, was struck down by a silver car in the 12600-block of 92nd Avenue on April 6, 2015.