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The Mayor of Cache Creek officially declares a state of emergency in the wake of a strong storm Saturday night that brought nearly 30 millimetres of rain within an hour, leaving some homes underwater.

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Kamloosp Search and Rescue volunteers deployed to Adams Lake to look for 4 overdue campers that were supposed to return home Friday.

A day after a powerful storm rocked Cache Creek, Environment Canada has a severe thunderstorm watch in effect for the South Thompson and Shuswap today.

Twenty-seven Kamloops Search and Rescue volunteers deployed to Cache Creek Saturday night following flash floods. Search Manager Alan Hobler reports two homes with major damage, but says everyone is safe and accounted for. 100 Mile Search and Rescue also attended.

The Mayor of Cache Creek says about 50 people are at the community hall after being displaced from their homes as a result of the flooding.

Environment Canada reports 18 millimeters of rain also fell in a short period of time in Merritt, during a violent storm in the southern interior.

Nearly 100 people attend a town meeting in Ashcroft to discuss the future of the annual rodeo.

A vehicle rollover early Saturday morning claims the life of an adult male.

The Thompson Nicola Cariboo United Way celebrates investing over $900,000 in the region this year.

It's a royal, but secret affair! The Royal Inland Hospital Foundation is gearing up for it's annual Royal Affair fundraiser.
B.C. News

Finding a match in B.C. The province joins a new program that will improve the chances of a kidney transplant for hard to match patients.

Two men who used to live in the Vancouver area have drowned in a sailing accident in Mexico, according to one of their mothers.

The Vancouver Police headquarters had to be evacuated Saturday after a man threw a smoke grenade into the lobby.

Mounties are investigating what caused a fire in a Courtenay home where neighbours heard explosions.

Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson says he's asked Premier Christy Clark to impose a new tax on real estate speculators.

National News
Transportation Safety Board investigators can't say yet what caused the deadly crash of a firefighting plane Friday in northern Alberta.

Two Alberta-based energy companies have evacuated workers from sites threatened by wildfire in the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range in the province's north.

Alberta politics will take a historic step from blue to orange today, as Rachel Notley gets sworn in as the first New Democratic premier in the province's history.

Saskatchewan New Democrats have given leader Cam Broten a 98 per cent approval vote.

The union representing striking high-school teachers in three Ontario regions says talks with the provincial government and the school boards are at an impasse.

London, Ontario could be hit by a municipal workers strike on Monday.
World News
The company that owns a pipeline that spilled thousands of litres of oil on the California coast is still draining it and looking for the leak.

Residents of Cleveland took to the streets Saturday after a judge acquitted a white police officer in the deaths of two unarmed black suspects, killed in a barrage of police gunfire after a high-speed car chase.

A mountain river in northwest Nepal is threatening some villages with flash flooding after a landslide blocked the waterway, creating a two-kilometre lake in the process.

Mass graves have now become part of the migrant crisis in Asia. Malaysian authorities say they've discovered "mass graves'' in more than a dozen abandoned camps used by human traffickers on the border with Thailand.

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