News for Youse: NHL lockout over; auditor general not renewed, Josh Brolin arrested
Tentative NHL deal After marathon talks, the NHL Players' Association and the league have reached a tentative agreement to end the lockout, setting a salary cap of $64.3 million.
Crowd gathers for transgender murder victim About 75 people held a march and a candlelight vigil yesterday afternoon in New Westminster to commemorate the life of January Marie Lapuz. She's a transgender woman who was murdered last year.
Snowshoer hospitalized North Shore Search and Rescue and emergency officials managed to save an injured snowshoer on Hollyburn Mountain. The man is in hospital with serious injuries.
Auditor general will be replaced The legislature is not renewing the appointment of auditor general John Doyle after he wrote a scathing report about B.C. Liberal government and legislature accounting practices.
Chuck Hagel will be new defense secretary President Barack Obama has revealed that former Nebraska Republican senator Chuck Hagel will be nominated as the next U.S. secretary of defense. Hagel is a former CEO of American Information Systems Inc., which manufactures electronic-voting machines.
Bashar al-Assad speaks In a rare televised public address, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad condemned "murderous criminals" for acting on behalf of foreign interests trying to overthrow his government.
Josh Brolin arrested Santa Monica police busted Gangster Squad actor Josh Brolin on January 1 for being drunk in a public place.