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RCMP looking for missing teen

Prince George RCMP are seeking public assistance in the search for a missing teen. 16 year old Colten Fleury has not been seen in over a week. He is described as a 5 foot 8, First Nations male, weighing 120 pounds with short brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a red hoodie and blue jeans. If ... Read More »

More help to fight fire southwest of Dease Lake

The BC Widlfire Service is bringing more help to fight a fire burning southwest of Dease Lake. The Muddy Lake fire has ballooned from 25 hectares to over 600 hectares in the week since it was discovered. Officials say 80 more firefighters and an Incident Managment Team are being called in to help in addition to the 45 personnel and ... Read More »

Flooding possible on Bulkley River while Skeena to rise, but no flood concerns

With more hot weather predicted in the coming days, BC River Forecast Centre says this week will be critical for river levels on the Bulkley and its tributaries. Centre head Dave Campbell says enough snow remains that the warm weather could push water higher and result in some flooding, but he says the region is nearly at a turning point. ... Read More »

Terrace Fire Department stresses safety, though water levels remain normal

With flooding and water levels becoming a concern throughout the province, Terrace remains relatively unscathed. According to Dave Jepsen of the Terrace Fire Department, water levels remain normal across the city. “At this point in time, the snow pack is continued normal for us,” says Jepsen on the water levels, “the current water level is also normal for this time ... Read More »

Environmental pioneer rallies Trans Mountain protesters

A famed environmental pioneer has now joined the long list of Americans speaking out against the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion. Bill McKibbon, author of over a dozen books on climate change and global warning, including the first for public consumption, visited the province this weekend to inspire protestors against the project. McKibbon says this project has drawn the attention of ... Read More »

Bear found with arrow in Prince George

Prince George Conservation Officers are looking in to an incident which saw a bear in the city shot with an arrow. The bear was discovered wandering a residential neighbourhood near Central Hart Estates on Friday morning. Though bow hunting is not illegal in the city, police believe the injury could have angered the bear. Due to the bear’s anger, officers ... Read More »

Kitimat RCMP looking to identify youths relating to vandalism

Kitimat RCMP are looking for anyone who may have information on a recent vandalism incident. The search dates back to an April 24th incident which saw two windows smashed at Mount Elizabeth Secondary School. Surveillance cameras captured shots of three youths walking on the school grounds at around 1:30 in the morning. The youths are persons of interest believed to ... Read More »

Man dies after being found unconscious on Prince Rupert Street

Prince Rupert RCMP and the BC Coroners Service are investigating after a 59 year-old man died on a city street. Police say the 59 year-old man was found on the sidewalk in the 600 block of Fulton Street, unconscious and not breathing at 7:00 Friday night. An RCMP officer working on another file up the street began CPR and called ... Read More »

Terrace RCMP investigating food trailer fire

Terrace RCMP are hoping witnesses can help them with the investigation into an early-morning fire. Police and fire crews were called to a report of a break and enter and fire at a food vendor trailer parked along the 4800 block of Graham Avenue around 4 a.m. Friday. The Terrace Fire Department tackled the flames which had erupted through the ... Read More »

Bulkley likely to rise with warm weather forecast

While levels on the Bulkley River and tributaries have dropped a little, the BC River Forecast Centre says the Smithers and Houston areas aren’t out of the woods just yet. Centre Head Dave Campbell says hot weather combined with heavy snow will likely mean river levels will climb again into the weekend and next week. Campbell says there is plenty ... Read More »

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