A Cherryville father is calling for dash cams on cop cars after a Salmon Arm police chase resulted in the death of his daughter, but political interest in the idea seems lukewarm at least from the NDP.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says they've collected over a thousand signatures against Canada Post service reductions in Kamloops.
Kamloops Operation Red Nose says demand for a safe ride home is up again this year.
Thompson-Nicola residents can weigh in this week on a regional district by-law that lays out where licensed medical marijuana grow-ops can and can't set up shop. A public hearing is set for Thursday at 1:15 pm at TNRD offices in Kamloops.
A group of Rayleigh residents are pushing for a new path connecting Kamloops and the Tournament Capital Ranch saying bikers and pedestrians need an alternative to Highway 5.
Kamloops is in need of more snow angels to meet the growing demand from seniors. The Snow Angel program matches elderly people with volunteers willing to shovel their walks. This year the number of seniors signing-up has far outpaced the number of people offering to lend a hand.
A grieving Cherryville father calling for dashboard cameras on police cars. The NDP critic argues it's a matter of dollars and cents and the cost to taxpayers should be weighed against the potential benefits.
As temperatures drop around British Columbia electricity use is spiking.
Patients had to be moved out of the emergency room at Burnaby Hospital early this morning after a pipe burst.
Lawyers in Kelowna say they'd welcome the expansion of a provincial program that would allow them to speak with jailed clients by video.
How you feel about highway speed-limits in BC may depend on your gender according to new stats. An Insights West poll says half of men but only one in four women think faster speeds should be allowed on the province's highways.
A Canadian delegation lead by Prime Minister Harper leaves for South Africa today, joining other world leaders headed to the country to pay their respects to Nelson Mandela.
Some changes at the Conservative party head office. Dimitri Soudas -- Prime Minister Harper's former director of communications -- has been tapped to be the party's executive director.
An outreach worker in Nova Scotia is calling for legislative change to help the homeless, following a fire at a bus shelter in October that killed a homelerss man in Berwick.
Churches, synagogues and other houses of worship in South Africa are packed today as people gather to celebrate the life and mourn the death of Nelson Mandela.
British police say they have freed three men believed to be victims of slavery and human trafficking. Avon and Somerset Police say a man in his 30s, one in his 40s and one in his 50s were discovered during raids on homes, a business and three sites occupied by the traditionally nomadic Traveler community in southwest England.
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians are rallying in the centre of Kyiv today in the biggest protest since 2004's pro-democracy Orange Revolution.