Kevin Diakiw

Tree loss grows as development gains ground

Over 1,300 more large trees were cut down in the city last year when compared to 2015

Potholes take a chunk out of Surrey’s budget

City has patched 9,000 holes since January, as many as it typically sees in an entire year.

Man charged with sex assault

Surrey's Timothy James Wyslouzil, 46, has been charged with several offenses related to a 2012 assault

Bring it, says Surrey Creep Catchers president of defamation lawsuit

Vigilante group posts videos to publicly shame people it claims are child predators.

No overdose hot spot: Report

Study shows firefighters critical in delivering life-saving support as fentanyl deaths are occurring all over Surrey.

IIO investigating police-related injury

Police watchdog is trying to determine whether a man's injuries are at all related to the actions of RCMP.

Breathing life into pets caught in fires

Fundraiser launched to buy special oxygen masks designed to save the lives of dogs, cats and other animals rescued from fires.

Surrey Central SkyTrain station slated for upgrade

Planners are expecting $25 million in improvements to the station, which is located near Central City and SFU's Surrey campus.

Monster pothole blows out tires in six cars

Half-a-dozen cars were sidelined after blowing tires on a huge pothole in the middle of King George Boulevard.

A ‘major’ step forward for the Surrey RCMP

Staff-Sgt. Major Beth McAndie is the first female to occupy the position at the detachment.

Fake gun causes road closures

One man taken to hospital with undetermined injuries form the domestic disturbance.

Fire leaves eight in Surrey homeless

Smoke alarms awoke all residents in the Guildford fire on Friday morning

Surrey man dies in car crash

A 36-year-old man has died after his car careered off a median and hit a lamp standard in Cloverdale

Anti-violence vigil March 4 at Surrey’s Holland Park

Group aims to draw attention to domestic abuse and how to finally end it.

Surrey RCMP warn of fraudsters

Even a Mountie's grandmother got caught in one of the schemes.

Surrey woman part of $6.2-million Paxil award

Faith Gibson takes GlaxoSmithKline to task over the prescription medication for anxiety and depression she took while pregnant.

Brain centre launched in North Surrey

Some of the clinical trials may help the brain heal itself in people with cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis.

New life at site of former Surrey Public Market

Surveyors at long-stagnant property have ignited interest in possible new development

[UPDATE]Missing woman found

Thi Huyen Trinh was located after being reported missing on Sunday.

Heroin concept garners attention

Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner says she’s heard legal heroin treatment discussed but this is the first time she’s heard it publicly recommended