The winds picked up someone’s trampoline from their yard and deposited it in front of Shelley Friesen’s house in Abbotsford. (File)

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High winds expected, a gun threat made on social media, and more

Here are Black Press Media’s top stories in the Lower Mainland for Monday, Feb. 25.

1. Wind warning in effect for Fraser Valley

Gusts of up to 90 km/hr are expected for Chilliwack and Abbotsford through southern Langley and Surrey. See more >

2. One killed in police shooting in New Westminster

The police watchdog has been called in after a man was shot at the Walmart on Boyd Street. See more >

3. Police investigate gun threat made online toward Chilliwack school

RCMP say there is no threat, after a photo of a gun was shared on SnapChat with the caption: “Don’t go to school tomorrow.” See more >

4. Six arrested at Maple Ridge tent city as city’s court order enforced

Police and bylaw officers had set up a barricade around the Anita Place Tent City on Saturday. Residents were asked for identification to be put on a list for housing. See more >

5. Two more measles cases after individual flew from Vancouver to Edmonton

Vancouver Coastal Health says two people have been infected after a person with measles passed through YVR. See more >

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