September 19, 2017

Deadly fire in Langley

One person is dead and three  people are in critical condition after a fire at a seniors home in Langley this morning. The fire got going before ten this morning. Cause of the fire is under investigation. It happened at the Rainbow Lodge in Langley City, at 203rd street and 54th avenue. It's believed the fire started on the second … [Read more...]

Murder in Langley

A new case for the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team, this time in Langley. The crime scene is a home on a quiet stretch of 200th Street, near 20th Avenue. IHIT Corporal Adam Macintosh says Mounties were called to the home to check on the well-being of a resident. When police arrived shortly after 10pm, they found a man's body -- and a … [Read more...]

Mayor of Langley city wants a shot at provincial politics

The Mayor of Langley city is trying to play coy but the cat is out of the bag and he will soon announce a jump into provincial politics. Peter Fassbender say if you are a betting person you will put two and two together ahead of his announcement tomorrow in the riding of Surrey Fleetwood. Fassbender admits he doesn't live in the riding but feels he … [Read more...]

Man in serious condition after stabbing outside Langley Bowling Alley

RCMP do not have any suspects after a man was stabbed outside a Langley bowling alley early Sunday morning. The man suffered serious injuries, and was taken by air ambulance to hospital. Police were called to the bowling alley on Fraser Highway and 270th Street at around 1:15am. Investigators are unsure what happened leading up to the stabbing, or … [Read more...]

Arrest made in connection to suspected Langley murder

  A man has been arrested after another man was found dead inside a Langley home. The RCMP say they found a men and pronounced him dead at a basement suite at 198th Street and 69th Avenue at about 7:30 this morning. Inspector Amrik Virk says soon after the suspect's vehicle was spotted at 264th near highway 1 and a short chase ensued. "It went … [Read more...]

Concern over proposed Langley composting facility

A proposed Metro Vancouver composting facility in Langley has some township councilors sounding alarm bells. Charlie Fox says the area proposed is environmentally sensitive, and they're worried the facility may not stop at yard waste and clean wood chips.  "My concerns are that there's really at this particular point there's been no public … [Read more...]

Lockdown over at Langley school

A lockdown at Brookswood Secondary School in Langley ended an hour after it began. Police responded to an online threat. No one hurt; everyone is okay. And it remained business as usual inside the school. CKNW Vancouver News … [Read more...]

It’s an early Christmas present for Langley Township Council

They've voted themselves a big pay raise. The Mayor's salary will go from 105 thousand to 121-thousand dollars in 2016. Councillor's salaries go from 42-thousand to 48. Councillor Kim Richter voted against it and she wants taxpayers to speak up in opposition, "I think they need to get very involved in the budget process and if they're not happy … [Read more...]

RCMP looking for missing Langley man

Langley RCMP are asking for your help finding a missing 59 year old man. Police say Jouni Daniel Rikkinen was last seen November 22nd at Langley Memorial Hospital where he was visiting a family member. He has no history of mental illness or substance abuse and police say his family is concerned because this is out of character for him. Rikkinen is … [Read more...]

Fire causes extensive damage to Langley barn

A fire in Langley is under investigation. Crews were called to a two-storey barn in the 2700 block of 208th Street sometime between 3 and 4 pm. District Chief Bryant Ross says the damage is extensive -- he estimates about $ 60,000 to $ 80,000 worth. "There was no one inside, no animals either." It's not yet known whether the fire is … [Read more...]