Jury deliberations continue to decide whether Roy Fraser is guilty of a double murder.
No name reported yet after an 86 year old man was struck and killed by a vehicle on Dallas Drive late yesterday afternoon.
Kamloops United Way annual fund raising drive tops 2.1 million dollars.
Size matters. Thompson Nicola Regional District approves bylaw to control where medical marijuana can be grown.
Barriere mayor Bill Humphreys elected as T.N.R.D chair.
Police in Vancouver investigating another murder.
The Vancouver Board of Trade and local airport authority are welcoming a provincial-government decision to approve upgrades at an airport-fuel terminal on the banks of the Fraser River.
The Surrey Board of Trade is backing a proposal by Kinder Morgan to twin its Trans Mountain pipeline through the province.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is in more trouble, and this time he could end up in court.
A Toronto Star reporter is threatening to sue the mayor unless he retracts comments he made in an interview aired on Vision T-V on Monday. Daniel Dale says Ford insinuated he's a pedophile.
The federal telecom regulator is going to look into whether big wireless companies are charging their smaller Canadian competitors too much to use their networks.
Conservative Senator Hugh Segal has announced he's retiring from the upper chamber next June.
Police in Regina are trying to track down the thieves who made off with almost half-a-million dollars worth of booze.
North Korea says it has executed Kim Jong Un's uncle as a traitor for trying to seize supreme power.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in his latest push for Mideast peace.
A South African Cabinet minister is apologizing for the sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial.
Tens of thousands of mourners are waiting in line to view the body of Nelson Mandela in South Africa again today. The anti-apartheid icon is lying in state in Pretoria for a third and final day.