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Kamloops RCMP alerting merchants after two counterfeit 100 dollar American bills were used at the Salish Esso and the Sahali Boston Pizza this week. Information on detecting phony money can be found by clicking here.

After appearing via video link, Kenneth Knutson, the court has set January 15th for a bail hearing. The 36 year old faces several charges including attempted murder in the December 3rd shooting of RCMP Cpl J.R. Michaud.

Jim LightbodyBC Lottery Corporation intends to embark on two new strategies that will find new products to appeal to its customers, and to regain the public's trust after the results of a core review left it with a tarnished image.

BCLC Interim CEO and President Jim Lightbody says after some belt tightening, the Corporation will deliver to government record net revenue of 1.2 billion dollars.

The Royal Inland Hospital Afternoon Auxiliary is celebrating its 115th anniversary.

Kamloops based Conservative Leader Dan Brooks is accusing the NDP of trying to use the courts to put a chill on rival poltiicians.

BC Business Magazine ranks Kamloops 22nd on a list of 36 of the best BC cities for work.

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British Columbia's chief inspector of mines is allowing the owner of the Mount Polley mine to start repairs on the tailings pond that breached, sending a surge of mine waste and water into nearby lakes and rivers.

Advanced Education Minister Amrik Virk and Technology, Innovation and Citizens' Services Minister Andrew Wilkinson have traded cabinet responsibilities. 

A computer virus has forced the British Columbia government to shut down its email system, cutting off the information flow for much of the day.

The South Surrey woman accused of killing her eight year old daughter will be assessed to determine if she can stand trial.

A member of the Tsimshian First Nation has signed an agreement with Pacific NorthWest LNG around a proposed multibillion-dollar liquefied natural gas facility near Prince Rupert.

The City of Burnaby has gone to the National Energy Board asking it to force Kinder Morgan to pay as much as two million dollars in costs for policing pipeline protesters.

Mounties in Port Alberni say they've arrested a man they believe is responsible for two sexual assaults in the city.

Police in the Comox Valley say a man arrested in the hit-and-run death of a cyclist.


National News
The average cost of a litre of gasoline in Canada has dropped below $1 for the first time in nearly four and a half years, according to price monitoring website

The Toronto stock market racked up a solid, triple digit advance for a third day in a row, rising 133 points.

Alberta Premier Jim Prentice is shrugging off criticism that allowing the mass defection of the opposition Wildrose caucus to his team is undemocratic.

A Montreal court has given a woman who caused two traffic deaths by helping some ducklings a stiffer penalty than the defence sought. Emma Czornobaj will serve 90 days in jail on weekends.

Canadian warplanes have again bombed I-SIL targets in Iraq to help Kurdish forces trying to break the siege in the Sinjar mountains.

Ottawa police are looking for a man posing as a city employee who tied up a 101-year-old man and robbed his home

World News
Islamic extremists have struck again in Nigeria, killing  35 people and kidnapped at least 185 near the town where nearly 300 schoolgirls were taken hostage in April.

A Kansas prosecutor will seek the death penalty for a white supremacist from Missouri who is charged with killing three people at two Jewish sites in suburban Kansas City.

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