Nelson Star Staff

Judge: Nelson not liable for snowbank injury

A woman sued the city after injuring herself in 2015

Driver critically injured in crash near Nelson

A 40-year-old man was ejected from his car in a collision

Reduced spring service planned for Kootenay Lake ferry

Expected low lake levels is the reason for the longer wait times

UPDATED: Avalanche control closes Highways 3, 31

Highway 3 between Salmo and Creston expected to be shut down until 4 p.m. Thursday

Fire causes upwards of $60K in damage to Nelson Brewing Company building

The cause of the Tuesday fire is still under investigation

VIDEO: Kootenay drug users fight stigma with video series

The multi-part series from ANKORS is meant to align with the goals of the Nelson Fentanyl Task Force

Shorter hours announced for Nelway, Carson border crossings

The crossings will close at 8 p.m. beginning Nov. 26

Six babies born in one day in Nelson

Kootenay Lake Hospital’s maternity ward was hectic on July 24

CBT provides nearly $1 million in funding to social organizations

Kaslo’s North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society received a major grant

Wildfire Roundup: Highlighting five fires in the West Kootenay

None of the blazes were threatening structures

Drone halts firefighting near Nakusp

The drone also forced other firefighting aircraft to divert from the area

B.C. woman outraged after 2 mountain goats killed along Highway 31

A nanny and a kid goat were struck just north of Kaslo this week.

RCMP identify Beasley body, foul play suspected

The remains of Lemar Halimi were discovered in May

UPDATED: Manslaughter added to charges faced by man accused of Nelson attack

Miles Halverson’s next hearing is June 25 in Nelson court

B.C. woman completes highline walk in heels

Mia Noblet and two other athletes were invited to try a tricky walk in China

Kootenay unemployment rate down in April

Jobless figure stood at 5.4% last month

Rain, storms to hit Kootenays, Boundary amid flood crisis

Environment Canada is calling for 20 to 40 mm of rain by Friday

New playgrounds planned for Slocan, New Denver schools

W.E. Graham and Lucerne will each receive $90,000 in provincial funding