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Train hits debris, police investigating

Train hits debris, police investigating

Police are investigating after a CN Rail freight train struck debris that appeared to have been deliberately placed  across the track on the Nechako River Bridge near Fraser Lake.
Red Cross volunteers from across Canada working at local vaccine clinic

Red Cross volunteers from across Canada working at local vaccine clinic

Local resident gives her insights into who is volunteering at the Civic Centre vaccination clinic in Prince George.
Northern B.C. gets $2.3M for tourism projects

Northern B.C. gets $2.3M for tourism projects

Projects include accessibility upgrades and improved signage
Improved cell coverage coming for Pine Pass

Improved cell coverage coming for Pine Pass

Improved cellphone coverage is coming to Highway 97 and the Pine Pass.
RCMP searching for escapee

RCMP searching for escapee

Police say he could be travelling between somewhere Prince George and Vancouver Island
Prince George RCMP arrest six people following seizure of drugs and weapons

Prince George RCMP arrest six people following seizure of drugs and weapons

Downtown Safety Unit and the Police Dog Services team assisted
Chamber hosts talk with Erin O'Toole

Chamber hosts talk with Erin O'Toole

The Prince George Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free talk with Conservative leader Erin O'Toole.
Henry, Dix urge British Columbians to register for vaccines

Henry, Dix urge British Columbians to register for vaccines

B.C. public health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix urged all British Columbians to register to be vaccinated against COVID-19, as the province expects more than a million doses of Pfizer vaccine to arrive in May.
Sentence issued for murder of former local man

Sentence issued for murder of former local man

One of three men accused of murdering a former Prince George man and dumping his body on a forest service road off the Coquihalla Highway pleaded guilty in Kelowna court on Monday.
Gun's safety issues shown at manslaughter trial

Gun's safety issues shown at manslaughter trial

The safety mechanism on a rifle is at the centre of a trial for a Quesnel-area man accused of manslaughter.