Keri Coles

Fund launched for victims of fatal Esquimalt apartment fire

Difficult fire would have been worse if not for coordinated efforts of four departments

West Shore post-secondary education study gets underway

Business case for expanding post-secondary education for students living in the West Shore

Jury selection has begun for trial of Oak Bay father charged with murder of young daughters

Aubrey, 4, and Chloe Berry, 6, were found dead in Andrew Berry’s apartment Christmas Day 2017

Surfers and kiteboarders scoop rare opportunity to surf at Willows Beach

Saturday’s windstorm creates perfect conditions for wave sports in Oak Bay

Two new cases of measles confirmed in Victoria, bringing total for Island to five

New exposure warnings involve Camosun, Hillside Mall, BC Transit and more

BC Hydro busy with multiple power outages around Greater Victoria

Reports of 12 different outages in southern Vancouver Island have 7,876 without power

Wind warning in effect for Greater Victoria

Southeast winds will rise to 70 km/h gusting to 90 for areas near the water

Tsunami not expected for B.C. after largest earthquake to strike U.S. in 2019

6.5 magnitude quake was ‘shallow, crustal earthquake’

End of an era as Victoria auction house closes up shop

Kilshaw’s Auctioneers has roots that go back to 1790s England

UPDATE: Pedestrian, driver taken to hospital after dramatic crash in Victoria parkade

The driver suffered a medical event while entering the parkade: VicPD

Harbour Authority ramps up for duckling season

Six new duckling ramps installed throughout Victoria’s Inner Harbour

Man arrested after allegedly sexually assaulting another man at Thetis Lake

Sexual assault occurred on a Thetis Lake Park trail just after 7 p.m. Monday

Island kettlebell community decends on Oak Bay for in-house event

World class athletes and beginners come together for fun in the sun

UVic varsity women charge down Gorge to win prestigious Brown Cup regatta

Spectators line bridges to watch rivalry between UVic, UBC

BC Ferries vessel delayed after snagging on prawn trap line

MV Klitsa almost an hour behind schedule

Tsawout First Nation reaches agreement over logging stand-off

Chief and council to drop injunctions against three community members opposed to logging

Community rallies while Hannah Day fights for her life

Funds quickly surpass goal to support Hannah Day’s family in staying by her bedside

Pop-up beer garden pours in Centennial Square

Beer truck features 12 drinks on tap

South Island measles exposures confirmed at Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria

Two cases of measles confirmed in Victoria, Island Health warns of hospital exposure