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Announcement expected on Pattullo Bridge, alleged victim of Chilliwack coach speaks out, and more

1. Province making Pattullo Bridge announcement today

The mayors’ council on regional transportation is awaiting a funding commitment to replace the 81-year-old crossing. See more >

2. Surrey man killed in ‘targeted’ Vancouver shooting

The 32-year-old man is Vancouver’s sixth homicide victim of the year. See more >

3. Alleged victim of sexual interference by Chilliwack youth coach speaks out

The mother of another alleged victim of Codie Hindle speaks about an investigation in 2011. See more >

4. Balaclava rapist Larry Takahashi won’t get overnight leave: parole board

The 65-year-old man is serving three life sentences for multiple counts of rape, aggravated sexual assault. See more >

5. North Delta student arrested after alleged gun threat

The school was in a “code yellow” lockout for a little over a half hour while police investigated. See more >



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