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B.C. court rejects manslaughter appeal in 86-year-old's death

B.C. court rejects manslaughter appeal in 86-year-old's death

Orlando Ocampo was rushed to hospital and later died after an altercation outside Costco on Vancouver's Expo Boulevard.
Guilty plea expected in B.C. Boxing Day double stabbing

Guilty plea expected in B.C. Boxing Day double stabbing

Things turned violent when two people agreed to meet in Olympic Village to conduct a Facebook Marketplace exchange.
B.C. massage sex assault case begins with victim testimony

B.C. massage sex assault case begins with victim testimony

"I felt like I was being inappropriately touched. I was in a vulnerable state."
B.C. restaurant fined $7K for serving beer to minor

B.C. restaurant fined $7K for serving beer to minor

An underage Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch agent walked into Wings Tap and Grill in Abbotsford and was served a beer without being asked for ID.
B.C. court upholds road rage sentence

B.C. court upholds road rage sentence

It started with two drivers giving each other the finger and resulted in one being stabbed with his own knife.
Accused B.C. killer thought victim was a zombie

Accused B.C. killer thought victim was a zombie

James Turok has been found not criminally responsible due to a mental disorder in the 2022 Nanaimo stabbing death of Eric Kutzner, 79.
Former B.C. school trustee to pay $45K defamation damages

Former B.C. school trustee to pay $45K defamation damages

Judge calls Barry Neufeld's comments "an effort to discredit his opponent in a school board trustee election, which crossed the line and constituted defamation."
Not guilty plea possible in Vancouver's first homicide of 2024

Not guilty plea possible in Vancouver's first homicide of 2024

Alexander Lo's body was found Jan. 28 in a home near Vancouver’s Knight Street and East 33rd Avenue.
New B.C. information and privacy commissioner named

New B.C. information and privacy commissioner named

Former Newfoundland and Labrador information and privacy commissioner succeeds Michael McEvoy in the B.C. position in May.
MMA fighter appears in B.C. court on assault, driving charges

MMA fighter appears in B.C. court on assault, driving charges

A video posted to social media showed a moving vehicle where the driver appeared to be dragging a woman outside the car.