The sale of the former Rona property on Versatile Drive, listed for 13.5 million dollars has completed, with indications that Gateway Casino is the purchaser.
Kamloops South Thompson MLA Todd Stone prefers a new casino to be downtown, but admits there will be significant benefit to the city if the casino is relocated to Versatile Drive.
Kamloops South Thompson MLA has said it in the most unmistakable terms to date, more BC Lottery Corporation jobs should move from Vancouver to Kamloops, and says the next president and CEO will reside in the city.
NDP leader Adrian Dix, and small business critic Lana Popham are in Kamloops ripping the BC Government for its proposed changes to the Agricultural Land Reserve.
Clearwater mass murderer David Ennis (Shearing) is applying for parole again.
Fire destroys the Pinantan store.
A fourth armed robbery in Kamloops this week. RCMP seeking a suspect armed with a needle who robbed the Golden Buddha on Victoria Street.
Thompson Rivers University says it had to act to address the so called heartbleed bug, but says it suffered no negative impact.
Education minister Peter Fassbender says the strike notice served by the BC Teachers Federation is disppointing, but not surprising.
The national prosecutors office in the Netherlands says a 35-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the case of BC teen Amanda Todd, who killed herself after posting a YouTube.
Police say a 52-year-old New Westminster man charged with sexual assault used Craigslist to lure his victim, and they believe other women may also have been ensnared by a job ad.
Environment Canada warns spring has yet to arrive on parts of the Coquihalla highway with up to 15 centimetres of snow expected between Merritt and Hope.
A 36-year-old Oyama man has been charged with explosives and weapons offences linked to a bust at two Okanagan-area homes last September.
The parents of a man accused of stabbing five young people to death are struggling to cope.
The Supreme Court of Canada is poised to issue a landmark opinion that could determine the fate of the Senate.
It's not clear if Prime Minister Harper will consult Parliament before sending six Canadian fighter jets to Poland.
The president of the company that owns a South Korean ferry that capsized and sank is apologizing, saying he has committed a sin punishable by death.
World leaders are hoping Russia will follow through in the next several days on promises made at its meeting today in Geneva with top diplomats.
Peruvian authorities have ordered the preventative evacuation of 4,000 people living near the Ubinas volcano, which has been spouting ash clouds up to 2 miles high.