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Residential real estate sales in Kamloops climb 23% in February to 155.

Kamloops MP Cathy McLeod announces nearly 126 thousand dollars in funding for seniors based programming.

The city of Kamloops and the Wildfire Management Branch are planning a prescribed burn in the west end of Kenna Cartwright municipal park.

A Kamloops pest control company says the number of bed bug infestations in the city has been growing rapidly.

The Kamloops Thompson Teachers Association is unhappy with a plan to decentralize on line instructors.


 
 
B.C. News
Memorial services are set for Saturday for Harry Kroeker, who served on Merritt City Council for 22 years.

Madeline Lanaro took part in a small drum circle moments after Gary Handlen, the man accused of killing her daugher, Monica Jack 40 years ago made a brief appearance in an Abbotsford court.

The New Westminster Police Department has fired an officer with eight years' experience after an internal theft investigation.


Two climbers are uninjured but hypothermic after being stranded on Crown Mountain in the North Shore overnight.

The navigator aboard the Queen of the North ferry is asking Canada's highest court to review his case.  Karl Lilgert was convicted of two counts of criminal negligence causing death for his role in the fatal 2006 sinking.









National News
Canada's former foreign affairs minister has used a prominent Washington stage to express skepticism about Iran's nuclear program.

A bunker-like underground structure near Toronto's York University was built by two unidentified men as a place to hang out. Police say there was no criminal intent.

An Edmonton social worker has told court that the neglect and abuse of two-year-old twins is the worst her Edmonton office has ever seen.

A Quebec coroner says two sisters found dead in their hotel room in Thailand were probably suffering toxic effects from a pesticide in 2012.

Media giant Bell is fighting a broadcast regulator decision that Canadians can see the American ads with the Super Bowl, instead of having Canadian ads replacing them.





 
World News
Israel's leader has begun his latest visit to Washington with another call for the world to keep Iran from attaining nuclear weapons.

British prosecutors have charged 10 men with sexual offences against girls as young as 13 in a case that has stirred racial tensions in northwestern England.




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