The city of Kamloops says a herd of 300 goats will be turned loose in the Dallas Barnhartvale Nature Park and then Kenna Cartwright Park to control vegetation.
Kamloops Council has voted to send a rezoning application for a 34 million dollar casino on Versatile Drive to a public hearing.
Landfill tipping fees in Kamloops will jump 30% following a decision by Kamloops Council.
Kamloops Council has approved a 10 million dollar borrowing to repave the Overlanders Bridge in 2015.
Former provincial court judge Bill Sundhu will be confirmed as the NDP's candidate in the Kamloops Thompson Cariboo when the constituency association holds its nomination meetings August 9th.
RCMP are investigating after a 15 year old girl claims she was assaulted, and groped by a man near the Riverside Park washrooms Monday.
Financial information posted on-line for the first time shows T'Kemlups Band Chief Shane Gottfriedson earning more than 92 thousand dollars in annual salary, and expenses, in addition to more than 28 thousand dollars in travel costs.
Transportation Minister Todd Stone says the province has no related traffic issues with the proposed relocation of the Lake City Casino to Versatile Drive.
Worksafe BC has slapped Lakeland Mills with more than 700 thousand dollars in penalties following the 2012 explosion at the company's Prince George sawmill that left two dead, and 22 injured.
The BC Coroners Service has identified the 75 year old Merritt man killed east of Loon Lake July 25th when his pickup truck ran into the rear of a transport truck as William John Jones..
It's unknown when the Royal Bank branch in Cache Creek will be back in business after the village branch was hit by fire late Monday afternoon.
A 52 year old Campbell River man is lucky to be alive after he crashed his float plane near Vernon.
The RCMP has issued an appeal for information that could lead them to a suspect in the June 1st shooting of 59 year old Craig Premack while he was taking part in a long distance cycling race near Spence's Bridge.
Canada is joining the United States and the European Union in putting new pressure on Russia by imposing new sanctions.
The National Research Council isn't saying what kind of data may have been stolen in a cyber attack -- but it has notified the federal Privacy Commissioner and its clients.
Alberta's Opposition Wildrose party says it appears former premier Alison Redford's government was using the province's planes as personal air limousines.
The Conference Board says Canadians are getting increasingly pessimistic about the economy -- unless they're in the booming West.
The only power plant in the Gaza Strip has been shut down after an Israeli tank attack that left a fuel tank in flames.
Huge blazes are burning in Tripoli, with the Libyan capital experiencing the worst violence since the civil war three years ago.
Six people have died and four are missing in northern Mexico after their vehicles were swept away by a swollen river near the U.S. border.