Transportation minister Todd Stone admits people would be surprised at one of the major concerns raised in BC. He says during winter and the spring his office receives a lot of calls about line painting on highways.
The BC government has granted Venture Kamloops more than $108,000 to conduct a study to determine whats needed in the workforce over the next five years.
Horizon North breaks ground for the company's new 25 thousand square foot sales office near the former KXA site on the Tk'emlups Indian Reserve.
Murdered Canadian soldiers Cpl Nathan Cirillo, and Warrant officer Patrice Vincent will be remembered during a ceremony tomorrow morning at ten at the Riverside Park cenotaph.
The Telus Data Centre and Prairie Coast Equipment in Kamloops each recognized as the Southern Interior Construction Association handed out its Commercial Building Awards.
The city of Kamloops will try to recover one thousand dollars in lost parking revenue from its downtown high tech pay kiosks after Rogers Communications disabled a number of sim cards without notification.
The city of Kamloops plays host to the 2015 Special Olympics.
Leaders at a Metro Vancouver mosque that was once attended by a gunman who killed a soldier in Ottawa say they've been working on ways to fight extremism.
A 47 year old man has been killed on Highway 8 near Merritt after his vehicle went out of control, and cartwheeled.
The RCMP has revealed its decision not to pursue further disciplinary action against a female Mountie who said her superior sexually assaulted her.
A woman who was killed in a car crash in downtown Vernon yesterday has been identified as Erin Rae Smith, a nurse at Vernon Jubilee Hospital.
Hundreds of people are expected to line overpasses along Highway 401 as the body of Corporal Nathan Cirillo is returned from Ottawa to his hometown of Hamilton.
Vandals have attacked a mosque in Cold Lake, Alberta, painting, "go home" on a wall.
The Canadian consulate in Istanbul, Turkey was shut down today after an employee opened a package filled with yellow powder.
Conservative MP John Williams is sharply critical of the directive that tells Canadian soldiers to avoid wearing their uniforms in public in the wake of the shooting of Cpl Cirillo and the vehicle attack that left Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent dead.
A 30-year-old former hospital technician in Ottawa has been sentenced to 12-years in prison after being found guilty of terrorism charges.
It's not clear if any of the more than 202-thousand rear-facing infant seats that Evenflo is recalling were sold in Canada.
Nina Pham, the first nurse diagnosed with Ebola in the US, is being released from a hospital near Washington, DC today.
Police say two people are dead, including a shooter, after an attack at a Washington State high school.
New York City police don't think a man who attacked two officers in broad daylight with an axe was a member of any terror group.