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Cummins still undecided on provincial election riding

Richmond hasn't officially been scratched off B.C. Conservative Party leader John Cummins' list of possible election ridings yet.

Across Richmond boys are waiting for a Big Brother

Twenty-five-year-old Chris Mul-Howard and 11-year-old Reace like to tease each other. Throughout the interview, the two laugh easily and rib each other, once in awhile even giving each other a friendly punch on the arm.

Sockeye fishery open, but only just

Bite-size three-hour window opens 2011 season

'Dangerous' offender arrested

A "dangerous" and "high-risk" sexual offender has been arrested after a tip off from the public. On Tuesday, Richmond RCMP issued a plea for help in finding Shawn George James Mcwilliams, who police referred to as a "domestic violence offender.

Richmond lottery winner still to claim $7 million

The lucky man or woman who bought last week's winning Lotto 6/49 ticket in Richmond still hasn't claimed their $7 million prize.

New tower years away

VCH knew structure doesn't meet code since 2005

Fraser River sockeye fishery opens, but only just

The Fraser River sockeye salmon fishery will open this week for commercial fishing but only for a small window of three hours.

Be smart, guard phone

Cops warn snatch-style thefts on the rise in the city

Waiting for Big Brother to show the way

Richmond kids could spend up to 2 years looking for a mentor

Closing doors of group homes shock, horrify families

Despite public statements to the contrary, the B.C. Liberal government continues to force people with developmental disabilities from group homes against their families wishes.