CBC | Kamloops News
Fire crews were called to an old concrete bunker in Kamloops, B.C., early Tuesday morning which homeless people were using for shelter.
It was 'pandemonium' as the so-called Pioneer Cedar Rocket was sold at the Barrett Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Police searched a home involved in a home invasion on Jan. 16, only to find two homemade bombs, guns and narcotics.
A controlled burn near 70 Mile House, B.C., on Wednesday caused residents to sound the alarm after enduring the province's worst wildfire season in history last year.
A two-month-old cougar was found hiding under a deck at a home near Williams Lake, B.C., and will be moved to its new home at the Greater Vancouver Zoo early next week.
A local bakery in Kamloops, B.C., is offering customers five loaves of bread in exchange for their $25 gift cards to Save-On-Foods and Loblaws grocery stores, which they will then donate to local charities.
A homeless man in Kamloops has proposed the former McArthur Island golf course become a small tent city so homeless people can camp out.
Kamloops RCMP seek a search warrant after responding to a home invasion and assault in the Dallas neighbourhood, saying they saw evidence of further criminal activity.
Dance instructor Anna Grandia of Kamloops, B.C., was struck and killed by a car on Highway 1 near Hope, B.C., last year. Now, a new dance studio and space has been created in honour of her memory.
The owners of Harper's Trail, Kamloops' first winery, are selling their business and property after 11 years of making award-winning wine.
It was on the brink of shutting down, but after a community partner offered to help out, the Canadian Cancer Society office in Williams Lake will stay open.
Bryan Kupiak of Kamloops, B.C. has been brought back to life by the Canada Revenue Agency for the second time in less than six months, after multiple errors on Revenue Canada's part.
Thompson Rivers University is the latest post-secondary school to add a team to the Canada West rugby 7s pilot program.
The B.C. Conservation Officer Service is investigating reports of the poaching of a threatened population of steelhead on the Thompson River.
A fire tore through Valley View Industries on Tuesday. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.