Brenda Marshall, the first female warden at the medium security Mission Institution, and at several other federal prisons, passed away May 20. She will be remembered on May 24 at the Royal Canadian Legion in Mission.
WHAT is it about a water view - or at least the prospect of one - that turns ordinary citizens into thieves in the night?
A former Tsawwassen resident will serve more than two years in prison for sex-related charges.
THE lawyer for a North Shore man who stole cigarettes from London Drugs during the June 2011 Stanley Cup riot is asking a judge to let his client off without a criminal record.
THE man responsible for the 2009 stabbing death of a woman in West Vancouver's Lighthouse Park has been handed a 10-and-a-half year sentence.
Former land developer Tarsem Singh Gill, 58, pleaded guilty to two counts of fraud on May 3 in connection with a $40-million mortgage fraud that involved dozens of Lower Mainland home purchases.
An aging convict who set up a contract killing in one of Surrey's most sensational murder cases has won his bid to be able to apply for early parole.
A convicted fraudster's decision to skip his sentencing hearing and leave British Columbia backfired last Friday when he was handed a one-year jail sentence in Supreme Court.
An Abbotsford home invader who forced his way into a West Vancouver home, tied up the occupant with zap straps and threatened him with what looked like a handgun has been sent to jail for five years by a North Vancouver judge.
Re: Legalization fight still on after smoke clears, The Record, April 26.
Eighty Years Ago -- April 27, 1933
Five days before Stephen David Turner began holding up people at gunpoint in downtown Chilliwack, his father warned police Turner's life was being threatened by a drug dealer.
AN Abbotsford home invader who forced his way into a West Vancouver home, tied up the occupant with zap straps and threatened him with what looked like a handgun has been sent to jail for five years by a North Vancouver judge.
One of three men convicted in the murder of two local women more than 20 years ago has once again been denied parole.
A full-patch member of the White Rock Hells Angels pleaded guilty in Surrey Provincial Court Tuesday to possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.
A Surrey practicum teacher who lured a high school student into a perverse "master-slave" sexual relationship has been sentenced to 26 months in prison.
A Chilliwack man who attacked a woman he had just met with a kitchen knife was sentenced to three more years of jail Friday.
A North Vancouver man who assaulted a female patient in Lions Gate Hospital just 11 days after he got out of jail for a similar previous crime at Royal Columbian Hospital has been sent to jail for 10 months.
It took 24 minutes for a convicted sex offender to violate his release conditions after arriving in Langley last month, Langley RCMP say.