CBC | Kamloops News
The highway from Chase to Turtle Valley, B.C., is not getting the proper attention from road maintenance crews, according drivers in the area.
After the worst wildfire season on record, a research forest manager is thinking of ways to prevent such radical events.
The Kamloops Music Collective has commissioned composer Robert Buckley, who has worked with Bryan Adams, Motley Crue and Aerosmith, to compose a song for their bands and choirs all about the infamous train robber Bill Miner.
Families of overdose victims from across Canada are hoping that sending letters and photos of their lost loved ones will encourage the federal government to put more money into battling the fentanyl crisis.
A harm reduction advocate in Kamloops is calling on pharmacies to make drug testing strips available for purchase.
Glenn Hilke of Kamloops drives around each night looking for homeless people who need a ride to the shelter downtown.
The B.C. SPCA has seized nine horses from a rural property near Kamloops after officers found the horses without adequate food, water and shelter.
The recovery manager for the Thompson Nicola Regional District will help guide landowners through the recovery process after wildfires destroyed their land and homes.
The temporary shelter in the former Stuart Wood Elementary School building opened Nov. 1, one day before winter arrived in Kamloops.
The Interior Health Authority temporarily extended hours for mobile overdose prevention sites in Kamloops and Kelowna after receiving warnings about illicit drugs from Abbotsford Police.
The Tk'emlups Indian Band is looking forward to finally having public transit available to get in and out of Kamloops.
A Kamloops resident is concerned for her safety after repeated calls to a residence near her home, including a shooting on Monday.
Kamloops RCMP received a report that shots had been fired around 11:30 a.m. PT. Two men are now in hospital and RCMP are investigating the incident.
Christopher Seguin, a vice president at Thompson Rivers University, passed away in hospital 11 days after he was found in a Victoria hotel room.
Kamloops RCMP have recovered 33 stolen shopping carts since June which led one beloved Kamloops fixture to worry his own would be confiscated.
Police say a Castlegar restaurant owner's use of force to defend himself from an intruder breaking into his restaurant was reasonable.
The forwards penned a letter to fans promising they have no intention to play anywhere else, as they enter the final year of their contract.
Advocates applaud new spending for those with disabilities, education and housing, while others worry higher taxes for some could hurt B.C.'s future prosperity and credit rating.