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Police say 36-year-old Waylon Joe was last seen the evening of Aug. 13 at his home in the 1700-block of Tsawwassen Drive. (Submitted photo)

Delta police ID body as that of missing Tsawwassen First Nation man

36-year-old Waylon Joe was reported missing on Aug. 18

Police say 36-year-old Waylon Joe was last seen the evening of Aug. 13 at his home in the 1700-block of Tsawwassen Drive. (Submitted photo)
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Police recovering body from water near Tsawwassen First Nation

DPD, Vancouver police marine units and the coroner are all on scene

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North Delta resident Shawn Bell has taken to Facebook to try and find the owners of the clothing his cat Bella has been stealing at night. (Shawn Bell/Facebook photo)

This B.C. cat keeps stealing people’s laundry by the piles

Fluffy grey “cat burglar” on the prowl for women’s clothes in the Lower Mainland

North Delta resident Shawn Bell has taken to Facebook to try and find the owners of the clothing his cat Bella has been stealing at night. (Shawn Bell/Facebook photo)
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Fraser Health warning of possible measles exposure on BC Ferries

Passengers on the 7 p.m. sailing from Tsawwassen to Mayne Island on Aug. 31 may have been exposed

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A small plane has crashed at Boundary Bay Airport on Friday, Aug. 24, 2018. (Shane MacKichan photo)

BREAKING: Plane crash at Lower Mainland airport

No serious injuries after small plane reportedly crashes at Boundary Bay Airport in Delta

A small plane has crashed at Boundary Bay Airport on Friday, Aug. 24, 2018. (Shane MacKichan photo)
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Seven people with ties to Red Scorpions gang arrested in B.C. drug bust

Delta police have secured 94 charges against seven people, including drug and firearm offences

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(Delta Police Department photo)

Man charged after North Delta road rage with bear spray

Mahamed Halane, 28, of Surrey has been charged with assault with a weapon

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Delta on Aug. 5 for a community barbecue with party supporters. (James Smith photo)

PHOTOS: Trudeau draws thousands for Delta speech

The prime minister spoke of the need for positivity and cooperation leading up to the 2019 election

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Delta on Aug. 5 for a community barbecue with party supporters. (James Smith photo)
A wooden bridge across Cougar Creek joins the north-south walking path in the Delta Nature Reserve to a boardwalk leading to the unsanctioned rail crossing. (James Smith photo)

Dog’s death prompts calls for safer rail crossing in Delta Nature Reserve

Unsanctioned crossing where the dog died frequently used by park visitors

A wooden bridge across Cougar Creek joins the north-south walking path in the Delta Nature Reserve to a boardwalk leading to the unsanctioned rail crossing. (James Smith photo)
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UPDATE: Police say cause of death for body recovered from Fraser River not suspicious

The body was found in the 8200-block of River Road in Delta on July 26

(Delta Police Department photo)
BNSF tracks just south the 24 Avenue walkway the morning after a teenager was killed when he was struck by a passenger train. (Aaron Hinks photo)

UPDATE: Teenager dead after being struck by passenger train in South Surrey

It happened shortly after 10 p.m. in Crescent Beach

BNSF tracks just south the 24 Avenue walkway the morning after a teenager was killed when he was struck by a passenger train. (Aaron Hinks photo)
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Police respond to shooting in North Delta

Delta Police say two people were shot in what appears to be a targeted but not gang-related incident

(Delta Police Department photo)
(Delta Police Department photo)

Police, coast guard searching after man falls into Fraser River

Boats, divers and a helicopter involved in looking for man who fell into the water in Delta

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Tsawwassen resident Christina Sevenoaks is B.C.’s newest millionaire after winning the $7-million jackpot in the March 28, 2018 Lotto 648 draw. (BCLC photo)

Delta woman wins $7 million lotto jackpot

Tsawwassen resident Christina Sevenoaks is B.C.’s newest millionaire

Tsawwassen resident Christina Sevenoaks is B.C.’s newest millionaire after winning the $7-million jackpot in the March 28, 2018 Lotto 648 draw. (BCLC photo)
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$7-million winning lotto ticket sold in Delta

Only one ticket in yesterday’s draw had all six numbers, meaning a big win for whoever has it.

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Rabbit owners are advised to be cautious as there have been more confirmed cases of rabbit haemorrhagic disease. (News Bulletin file photo)

Lower Mainland rabbits confirmed killed by highly-infectious virus

Feral colony on Annacis Island in Delta died from hemorrhagic disease. Pet rabbits could be at risk

Rabbit owners are advised to be cautious as there have been more confirmed cases of rabbit haemorrhagic disease. (News Bulletin file photo)
Colton Hasebe and his family address the crowd after being announced as BC Children’s Hospital Foundation’s 2018 Champion Child on Jan. 16. (James Smith photo)

North Delta’s boy newest BC Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Champion Child

Colton takes the reins from 2107 Champion Child and Tsawwassen resident Taylin McGill

Colton Hasebe and his family address the crowd after being announced as BC Children’s Hospital Foundation’s 2018 Champion Child on Jan. 16. (James Smith photo)
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Drivers urged to slow down during Alex Fraser Bridge construction

Work crews are installing a snow removal system and movable counterflow lane

(Katya Slepian/Black Press photo)
Construction near the entrance to the Alex Fraser Bridge from Nordel Way. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Work begins on Alex Fraser Bridge counterflow lane

$70-million project is expected to be complete in fall 2018

Construction near the entrance to the Alex Fraser Bridge from Nordel Way. (Grace Kennedy photo)
Fraser Valley Regional Library patrons can pay their fines with non-perishable food items now through January 21, 2018. (Contributed photo)

Swap food for fines at Fraser Valley Regional Library

Customers can get $2 off any outstanding fees or fines per non-perishable food item they bring in

Fraser Valley Regional Library patrons can pay their fines with non-perishable food items now through January 21, 2018. (Contributed photo)