No snow but heavy winds expected on the Coquihalla between Kamloops and Merritt today.
The Kamloops airport is getting set to open its new Executive Flight Centre.
The mayor of Kamloops expects big projects to remain a major topic as city council gets back to work this week following the municipal election.
Protesters continued to cross a police line on Burnaby Mountain yesterday, and RCMP kept on arresting them. About a dozen more people were arrested in the conservation area where Kinder Morgan is conducting survey work for the proposed expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
A woman has been fined 230 dollars for removing an injured seal pup from Pacific Rim National Park. The injured animal was missing an eye and appeared near death when she spotted it September 14th, and she handed it over to the Vancouver Aquarium. It died a few days later.
Nine more agreements with education support staff have been ratified in BC school districts. The most recent agreements affect close to 4-thousand workers.
Veterans Affairs may have returned 1.1 billion dollars in unused funding over seven years, but Minister Julian Fantino insists it is ``not lost money.''
Ottawa is pouring an additional $200,000,000 over six years to fund military mental health programs.
Police in Ottawa are investigating after the city's website was hacked. For several hours on Friday, the site carried an image of a dancing banana and a message directed at an officer with the Ottawa police department.
A grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri seems unlikely this weekend but tension is still mounting there and elsewhere in the St. Louis area.
A prominent Shiite cleric says Muslim scholars have an obligation to expose ``the ugly face'' of extremist ideology in order to dry up its roots.
A 12 year old boy brandishing what turned out to be a fake gun has been fatally shot by a Cleveland police officer.