Supply shortages are partly to blame as some gasoline stations in Kamloops are posting record prices of $1.41.9 a litre.
Former Kamloops Thompson Teachers Association president says a BC Court of Appeal ruling grants teachers the freedom of political expression.
Environment Canada confirms Kamloops set a new rainfall record Tuesday with 15 millimetres of rainfall recorded.
About 500 residents of upper Aberdeen had their electricity restored at about 11 am after a 7 hour outage caused by heavy rain.
Kamloops SPCA makes a public appeal to help raise two thousand dollars to cover the cost of removing a basketball sized tumour from a dog. Donations can be made by clicking here.
The Kamloops Gay and Lesbian Association is critical of restrictions on the ability of homosexual men to give blood.
Foul play has been ruled out after the discovery of two middle-aged men who were pulled out of Kalamalka Lake, south of Vernon.
New Democrat Leader Adrian Dix says the party didn't find the right balance between avoiding personal attacks and attacking the Liberal government's record.
Former Socred and Liberal MLA Harold Long identified as the victim of a float plane crash near Campbell River.
Snowfall advisory for the Coquihalla and the Connector has been lifted.
Greyhound apologizes and suspends a driver after one of its buses was impounded in Blue River early Tuesday morning for excessive speeding.
Vancouver Canucks fires Alain Vigneault and his coaching staff.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he did not know about nor was he asked to sign off on the arrangement that saw his chief of staff, Nigel Wright, cut a personal cheque for $90,000 to Sen. Mike Duffy.
Prime Minister Harper is on a trade mission to South America, but NDP leader Thomas Mulcair says he needs to be in Ottawa, addressing the growing Senate expense scandal.
Doug Ford says his brother, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has told him reports about a cellphone video that appears to show him smoking crack cocaine are untrue -- and he believes him.
Lower prices brought Canadian shoppers into stores in March but it left retail sales flat for the month.
More information is emerging about the man who was shot to death in his Orlando, Florida home early today while being questioned in the Boston Marathon bombing investigation.
The Oklahoma medical examiner's office says it has positively identified 23 of the 24 people who died in Monday's massive tornado.
British Prime Minister David Cameron says there are ``strong indications'' that a brutal attack in London is terror-related.
Republicans are shifting into overdrive in their push to get the Obama administration to approve TransCanada's proposed Keystone X-L pipeline.
The western Mexican state of Michoacan is burning as a drug cartel has set fire to lumber yards, packing plants and passenger buses in a medieval-like reign of terror.