Katherine Engqvist

Motorists stuck fixing tires after screws scattered across popular Colwood roadway

Hundreds of screws fell off a vehicle on Island Highway near Ocean Boulevard

Patients diverted after Royal Jubilee Hospital’s emergency department hits capacity

Greater Victoria hospitals seeing high number of seniors with upper respiratory problems

Malahat line painting still underway nightly

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure expects to have the fourth lane open soon

Review upholds discipline ruling into former B.C. police chief

Frank Elsner found to have committed eight acts of misconduct while on the job

Discipline ruling upheld for ex-Victoria police chief Frank Elsner

Eight acts of misconduct and accompanying discipline measures ‘unprecedented in Canadian policing’

White powder sent to B.C. law office tests positive for flour

Police in Greater Victoria are still waiting for full test results from hazmat incident

EDITORIAL: Prepare for influx of kids on streets

Slow down, pay attention and save a life

No new leads in 1992 Guyatt murder case

Newspaper clippings will not lead to the discovery of Shannon Guyatt’s body, says police

Metchosin construction site closed for police investigation

Closure believed to be linked to something found at DND site

UPDATED: Materials linked to 1992 Colwood murder found at construction site in Metchosin

West Shore RCMP investigating to determine if relevant to the old case

Storm the fort in epic battle

Fort Rodd Hill’s annual water gun battle returns Aug. 18

Pooch dies after being attacked by off-leash dog at Esquimalt Lagoon

Attack occurred under bridge in Colwood

Langford Lake main beach closed due to poor water quality

High levels of E. coli detected in sampling

Small beach fire prompts fire ban reminder

Fire ban up, caution urged

Drug Use: Overdoses being hidden, self-managed, says first responders

First responders here to help, not judge

Emotional trauma the hardest, says burn survivor

Burn Camp helps young survivors wear their scars as ‘badges of honour’

High cost of living means fewer foster families

More than 1,000 children are in desperate need of foster families on Vancouver Island

Songhees Nation, Royal Roads plan for future of Colwood site

Framework agreement outlines objectives for DND site if ownership is passed to Songhees Nation

Saanich Inlet bridge billion-dollar price tag too expensive says ministry

Malahat alternatives not practical from engineering, budget standpoint

Heat wave also brings spike in preventable fires

Langford Fire Rescue reminds residents to be cautious as discarded cigarettes cause three fires