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Kamloops RCMP confirm property crime in the city soared by 53% during the first quarter, but impaired charges fell 36%.

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Brandon Boffa says both he and his girlfriend, Diana McNutt are safe, but somewhat rattled after the weekend earthquake in Nepal.

Kamloops firefighter David Sakaki is off to Katmandu tomorrow morning, part of Toronto based Global Medic's disaster response team.

The BC Government announces 400 thousand dollars in funding to reduce wait times for seats in trades programs at Thompson Rivers University.

Another concerning assault at the Kamloops Regional Correctional Centre. The BC Government Employees Union tells Radio NL that a corrections officer was badly bitten in the forearm over the weekend.


RCMP say the bomb and gun threats that prompted lockdowns in schools in Kamloops and elsewhere were sent from computers in the United States.

Incidents of graffiti on private property the first quarter this year has more than doubled to 77.

A plea of not guilty was entered in provincial court in Kamloops on behalf of former mayoral candidate Pierre Filisetti, who faces a charge of assault with a weapon.

The city of Kamloops admits a third major river crossing is becoming increasingly less attractive, with the price tag for a Singh Street bridge now estimated at 250 million dollars.
B.C. News
The loss of a full time physician may spell significant service cuts to the Ashcroft hospital.

BC Supreme Court has heard recordings of accused terrorist John Nuttal explaining he wanted C4 explosive material to fight infidels and non-believers.


The Royal BC Museum has won an award from a Washington-based group for Excellence in Exhibition for a feature display about First Nations languages.


RCMP had to provide five officers for crowd control after a bear turned up at Coquitlam's Town Centre Park.



National News

The Canadian government is promising to match dollar-for-dollar all donations to the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund, in addition to the five-million-dollars already pledged for disaster relief.

A former combat commander who twice led the army's task force in Kandahar during the Afghan war, Lieutenant-General Jonathon Vance is Canada's next chief of the defence staff.


A bail hearing has been scheduled for early June for two Montreal teenagers accused of planning to leave Canada to commit terrorist acts abroad.
  
Dozens of people turned out for a vigil to remember two homeless men who Winnipeg police say were brutally murdered.

 

World News
With the death toll at more than four-thousand and rising, rescue workers in Nepal are still struggling to reach mountain villages following Saturday's earthquake.

Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's lawyer says killing his client won't even the scales of justice.


U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart plan to meet today for the first time since they laid out the framework for a nuclear deal earlier this month.


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