An 18-year-old male has been taken to hospital after being shot in Richmond.
A 59-year-old man is dead after being struck by a car while trying to cross No. 3 Road.
Richmond edged closer this week to ditching the Mounties and setting up its own police force, while sliding away from a joint deal with the VPD.
Richmond city council could decide today (Wednesday) to steer away from the RCMP and introduce a joint Vancouver/Richmond police force.
Three men have been charged with the armed robbery of a Richmond Centre jewelry store last week
A Richmond couple have pulled their young son from his neighbourhood school, saying he was repeatedly tormented by a classmate and the administration refused to acknowledge the bullying.
An elementary school is urging the public to help it raise more than $100,000 to replace an ageing and overcrowded 30-year-old playground.
When Grade 9 student Cody Johnson went for a free haircut at Hugh Boyd secondary’s hair salon, he had no idea the path of his life was about to change.Four years later, at the age of 18, Johnson is set to become a full-time junior stylist at a downtown Vancouver salon.
The people of Richmond are being asked to judge videos created by local students about the harsh reality of ecstasy use and abuse.
Richmond is streets ahead in B.C. when it comes to driving down auto-related crime.
This past summer, Richmond native Fraser Walters sang for the Queen during her Diamond Jubilee at Windsor Castle.
Putting a smile on a child’s face in times of worry and pain is priceless for Richmond residents Heather and Hans Pedersen. After losing their daughter Jennifer to leukemia at the age of five, they found a way to channel their grief towards creating positive memories for other children.
Thousands gathered around the cenotaph in front of Richmond city hall to remember those who served in the military and as first responders both foreign and domestic, past and present.
A Richmond TV production company looks set to capture the attention of millions of Asian TV viewers.
The City of Richmond is encouraging local businesses to apply for the electric vehicle charging station incentive program.
B.C.’s Ministry of Education is looking to the school districts for feedback
There is a light at the end of the tunnel is the message Const. Connie Henderson wants lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) teens to hear.
The scene was one of paramount celebration. Tanks paraded with trucks throughout the streets of the southern Netherlands. Kids hopped on top in ecstasy, as soldiers handed out chocolates.
Judy Assoon remembers her family sitting around the dinner table as she and her brother begged their father to tell them one of his favourite war stories.