(News1130) Work stopped at a Canada Line construction site when part of the road collapsed during heavy rains. The accident happened near Broadway and Cambie, where workers have dug deep into the street for the new transit line. Also, a burst sewer line flooded a restaurant in the area.

(News1130) Daylight saving time has returned. Clocks were put ahead one hour at 2:00 Sunday morning. The annual spring time change is three weeks early this year. The US government says the change will save energy.

(CBC) Police in Toronto arrested a man wanted for skipping his sentencing hearing in the death of a tourist in Vancouver last summer. Twenty-one year old Xiao Zhang did not show up for sentencing March 5th in the hit-and-run death of a New Zealand man. Zhang will be sent back to Vancouver for sentencing.

(CBC) Farm workers are demanding action from the provincial government, after a highway crash that killed three women and injured 14 others on their way to work. Labour groups say recommendations made by a coroner’s jury after a similar accident in 2003 should be enforced, adding they may have prevented this week’s crash in Abbotsford.

(CBC) A retired judge will oversee the public inquiry into the death of Frank Paul. Paul died of exposure after being dumped on the downtown eastside by Vancouver police. His body was found in an alley. William H. Davies will lead the inquiry into Paul’s death. The aboriginal man died eight years ago.

(News1130) One man is dead following an early-morning shooting at Whistler Village Square. Police say two groups began arguing shortly after the bars closed Saturday morning. A 26-year-old from Coquitlam was shot and killed. A 27-year-old man from Surrey was tracked down by a police dog and arrested.

(CBC) A fallen Canadian soldier is now home. Corporal Kevin Megeny died in what the military calls a friendly fire incident. Megeney was in his tent in a secure area of the NATO base at Kandahar airfield in Afghanistan when he was shot in the chest. Megeney is from Stellarton, Nova Scotia.

(News1130/CP) A newborn kidnapped from a Texas hospital has been found in a home in New Mexico. The baby was taken by a woman posing as a worker at a hospital in Lubbock. A 21-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of kidnapping. Police say the baby appears to be okay.

(CBC) New research suggests diabetes increases the risk of death for heart patients who also suffer from depression. American researchers say if diabetes is added to the list of ailments, the risk of dying is 20-to-30 per cent higher.

(CBC) The common view that nerves transmit signals using electricity may be wrong. Danish Scientists say signals may actually be sent through the body using sound. Researchers say if electricity would produce heat as the signal travels along the nerve, but no evidence of heat has ever been found.

(CBC) The Godfather of Soul’s body has been placed in a crypt at his home in Beech Island, South Carolina. Also, a private service for James Brown was attended by family and friends. The 73-year-old soul legend died last year on Christmas day, just weeks before a scheduled performance in Vancouver. The family crypt is not the final resting place for Brown. A public mausoleum is under construction.

(CBC) The lead singer of Boston has been found dead in his home in New Hampshire. Brad Delp was 55-years-old. Boston had several hits in the late 1970s, including More Than a Feeling and Amanda.

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