Wil Fundal is an award winning News and Current Affairs multimedia journalist in northern B.C. When he's not digging into a story, he sings as a tenor, and participates in community theatre productions.
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Man in hospital after shooting in Prince George
RCMP investigators are trying to determine a motive for the apparent shooting
Matthew Good pulls out of Prince George concert after collapse, Our Lady Peace to still perform
Good has been on a cross-Canada tour with Our Lady Peace since March 1.
RCMP, Environment Canada issue hazardous driving warnings as heavy snowfall hits northern B.C.
Plow and sander trucks are working to keep roads safe as another dump of snow is expected over the next 24 hours.
Murder charges approved against Prince Rupert, B.C. teenager
Homicide investigators recommended charges after a man, 69, died, and another woman, also 69, sustained serious injuries.
Prince Rupert, B.C. stabbing deemed a homicide
The RCMP's Major Crime Unit from Prince George, B.C. has been deployed to Prince Rupert. A 17-year-old male suspect is in custody facing possible charges after a 69-year-old man died from injuries.
Prince George, B.C., man with no criminal record charged in unusual kidnapping and sexual assault case
There's a break in a case many people have been waiting to hear about in Prince George, B.C. A man has been arrested and charged after a month-long, high-profile investigation.
Investigation launched after B.C. father visits hospital 4 times before stroke diagnosis
Northern Health, which runs hospitals in northwest, B.C., is looking into why it took four hospital visits over four days for doctors to confirm that a Hazelton, B.C., man had suffered at least two strokes.
'Everybody's worst nightmare': says Prince George, B.C., daycare owner who fought off alleged abductor
A B.C. daycare owner says she kicked and screamed as she fought with a man who allegedly tried to take a child in her care from a playground.
Investigators search Stikine River in Northern B.C. for missing Belgian man
Stéphane Goosse's family is hanging onto hope as rescuers try to find the 25-year-old Belgian man, who fell into the fast flowing Stikine River in Northern B.C.
Fort St. John police shoot and kill dog after attack
A dog was shot dead and another is in critical condition after police responded to a report that one of the animals had attacked the other in a Fort St. John park Monday afternoon.
New rules limit election signs in Prince George, B.C.
Not everyone is happy with a new rule that restricts where election signs can be installed in Prince George, B.C.
Steep terrain and underground fires hinder containment of Green Mountain wildfire
The Green Mountain wildfire, southeast of Quesnel, B.C., has already burned 520 hectares of forest. But crews are having a hard time containing it.
Need-to-know terminology for B.C's wildfire season
Emergency officials use specific terminology in an attempt to clearly and efficiently communicate survival information during fire season but do you know how to interpret key wildfire terminology?
Vial of 'potentially hazardous' cancer medication reported missing in Prince George, B.C.
A landfill in Prince George, B.C. was shut down for hours after reports that a potentially harmful cancer medication was lost, and possibly improperly disposed of at the dump.
Impromptu Prince George team saves orphaned baby moose
A pair of orphaned baby moose are safe thanks to an impromptu team of rescuers assembled in Prince George over the May long weekend.