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Murder confession to be heard in court

A Richmond woman confessed to undercover police that she used box cutters to slash the throat of a friend who she believed was having an affair with her husband, a jury heard Wednesday.

Richmond resident falls for too-good-to-be-true lottery scam

Richmond RCMP is investigating after a local resident was scammed out of $4,500, believing she'd won the lottery. In May of this year the victim received a phone call advising her that she had won the lottery worth $150,000.

Newborn found dead in log boom

RCMP appeal to mother of baby found in Fraser River to come forward

"Discouraged" Greg Halsey-Brandt opts out of Richmond city council

Former Richmond Mayor, MLA and long-time city councillor Greg Halsey-Brandt is discouraged with the state of Richmond city council and sees no point in running for office in the upcoming civic election.

Deadline looms for city council, trustee candidates

At press time, the candidates for the Nov. 19 municipal election included two mayoral candidates, 13 council hopefuls, and eight would-be school trustees. The mayoral candidates are incumbent Malcolm Brodie and challenger Richard Lee.

Friend answers kidney call

It's one thing to give a friend the shirt off your back, quite another to give them the kidney out of your abdomen - but that's what Jenny Jarvenpaa aims to do.
Dissecting the anatomy of a slate

Dissecting the anatomy of a slate

Whether or not they inspire praise or profanity, provincial and federal political parties tend to evoke decisive feelings in Richmond voters.

City of Richmond wants to dig deeper before calling for smart meter stall

The City of Richmond wants to dig deeper into the growing BC Hydro Smart Meter controversy before it calls for a moratorium on the wireless devices being installed into peoples homes.

UPDATE: Accused Richmond woman sought details of victim's death, court told

Jean James spoke to husband of slain woman days after her death

City digs deeper into smart meters

The City of Richmond wants to dig deeper into the growing BC Hydro Smart Meter controversy before it calls for a moratorium on the wireless devices being installed into people's homes.