CBC | Kamloops News
Two volunteers in Kamloops initiated a used needle buyback program aimed at keeping the streets clean. After a successful launch that saw them collect more than 5,000 needles in one week, they say they’re left wondering why Interior Health hasn’t launched its own program.
A wildfire near Kamloops, B.C., that was burning all weekend is under control, according to the B.C. Wildfire Service.
Standing in his house, looking out his patio door, Kamloops resident Glen Hamilton sizes up his intruders: a swarm of six-legged elm seed bugs.
When marijuana becomes legal later this year, all supply and distribution will happen through the B.C. Liquor Distribution Board. But will it be able to meet the demand for its product?
A woman who was arrested after a Trans Mountain pipeline protest in British Columbia's North Thompson Provincial Park Saturday morning has been released from custody.
A rising heat wave and significant winds across the southern half of British Columbia helped ignite 11 new wildfires across the province in the past 24 hours.
Kamloops-based activist who filmed video says pigs didn't have enough room to stand or lie down comfortably.
A cold front forecast to cross the Interior Friday evening could raise the risk of lightning strikes, which could spark wildfire.
An Indigenous group holding a cultural gathering at a provincial park North of Kamloops has now indicated it is occupying the park indefinitely, in protest of the Trans Mountain Pipeline project.
The news that Greyhound Canada is planning to cut all of its routes west of Sudbury, Ont., is leaving B.C. passengers in shock, wondering how they're going to get around the province.
Most parts of the province recorded average or above-average rainfall last month, but July and August could still bring trouble.
Kamloops Pride announced RCMP would not be allowed to march in uniform in the second annual Kamloops Pride parade, citing “varied and impassioned beliefs regarding RCMP participation in pride parades.”
Paul Harbord, of Essex, England, is putting together a memorial for his grandfather, Ronald W. L. Harbord, and is looking for help in identifying some of the people and locations found in the photos.
Olds College is the latest to launch a cannabis production course, welcoming its first crop of students on Tuesday.
Clad in wool, waxed canvas, and hobnail boots, Bryan Thomas and his team of amateur explorers will climb Mount Waddington, the highest peak in the Coast Mountains of B.C., using antique mountaineering equipment.
Staff at the Seniors Activity Centre in Williams Lake is spreading the word about a program they spearheaded that helps prepare seniors for medical emergencies.