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A man fleeing police runs into several cars, then pulls a woman out of one of them and takes off
Man is believed to have assaulted and robbed a cab driver on May 16
The driver of a second motorcycle took off and police are asking him to contact RCMP
Delta Police find W-18, a drug that is 100 times more potent than Fentanyl
A central plank in city’s crime reduction strategy is abandoned.
Split vote on proposed casino in 2013 infuriated B.C. Lottery Corporation.
Police are investigating what may have led to the targeted incident
Judge rules on Gursimar Singh Bedi's role in murder of Surrey teen.
Three cars collided early Sunday morning at 88 Avenue and 152, an incident that took two lives
Police continue to look for another suspect they believe broke into a Newton home on Dec. 24, 2015 and assaulted the resident
Steven Morse charged in an incident that took place at the South Surrey home of a 70-year-old woman last year.
Linda Hepner outlines success in her second 'State of the City' address.
Shots fired in the 8300-block of 135A Street on Wednesday night.
About a dozen concerned parents are hoping to meet with the B.C. Minister of Education
Coun. Barbara Steele slams the province's lack of action regarding overcrowded schools.
The two councillors have voted against 19 projects each since they were elected in 2014 – more than twice that of their colleagues
Surrey council unanimously endorses a development plan for 140 Street and Green Timbers Way.
Coun. Dave Woods the lone councillor who opposed the plan out of concern about tree loss.
Gunfire cracks a three-week silence and brings this year's number of shootings in Surrey to 37.
Opponents say Surrey's schools are already overcrowded and argue the project will only make things worse.