Ghislaine Maxwell requests new trial, alleges juror hid past sexual abuse claim

Maxwell’s lawyers say there are “incontrovertible grounds” for a new trial after a juror told media he described being abused as a child during jury deliberations.

Australia rejects plan allowing 16-year-old forklift drivers to ease supply chain woes

Prime Minister Scott Morrison had floated a proposal to lower the minimum age of forklift drivers from 18 to 16, seeking solutions for a worker shortage now hobbling the economy.

Children, staff exposed to COVID-19 can still attend daycare if symptom-free: BC CDC

The nine-page document released Wednesday night sets standards for child-care operators, scrapping the previous isolation guidelines.

Residential parking ban in effect Thursday, city councillor worries about costly courtesy tows

The first residential parking ban of 2022 is set to take effect Thursday night.

Reaves, Fox score 2 each as Rangers beat Maple Leafs 6-3

NEW YORK (AP) — Ryan Reaves is used to long scoring droughts during his 12-year career. He came through in a big way to end his latest one.

U.S. Senate fails to pass voting rights bill over Republican objections, filibuster

The nighttime voting brought an end, for now, to legislation that has been a top Democratic priority since the party took control of Congress and the White House.

Residential parking ban begins Thursday, city councillor worried about costly courtesy tows

The first residential parking ban of 2022 is set to take effect Thursday night.

Doncic leads streaking Mavericks to 102-98 win over Raptors

DALLAS (AP) — Luka Doncic scored a season-high 41 points, including a clutch 3-pointer with 1:01 to play, and tied a season best with 14 rebounds as the surging Dallas Mavericks held off the Toronto Raptors 102-98 on Wednesday night.

‘Beyond torture’: Family of missing Langley, B.C. man urges people to come forward

Devon Goodrick was last seen around 3:30 a.m. Sept. 25, near 192 Street and 28 Avenue, and was reported missing two days later.

‘Welcome, just drive slow’: B.C.’s storm-ravaged Coquihalla Highway reopens to the public

While the road was open to the public Wednesday, it remains an active worksite with significant repairs still needed, and drivers should expect reduced speed limits.