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The Yellowhead Highway near Vinsulla is reduced to single lane alternating traffic after a two car crash shortly after 3pm. RCMP confirm one person is dead.
 

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Local
Kamloops Council votes to hire an independent consultant to review the plan by KGHM to develop a one billion dollar copper mine south of the city.

Worksafe BC orders the Kamloops Regional Corrections Centre to implement a more effective inmate risk assessment system after a guard was viciously attacked in June.

Residents in the Dallas area frustrated with the lack of action by the city on a chronic dust problem from the Blackwell Dairy farm.

United Steelworkers union is accusing Emterra Environmental of reneging on an agreement to provide financial information as the strike by recycling workers enters its sixth week.

Kamloops RCMP the credit and debit card information of some people who used the Chevron gas station in Valleyview 12 days ago may be at risk.

Transportation Minister Todd Stone says the weekend mayhem on the Coquihalla Highway was the result of people driving too fast for conditions.

Domtar, Thompson Rivers University and Unifor signed an agreement today intended to prepare students for a career in the trades.
Provincial
A powerful pain killer that has killed more than 75 people in British Columbia last year has shown up on the streets of Coquitlam.

The Squamish First Nation says it hasn't yet reached agreement with proponents of a liquefied natural gas plant proposed on its traditional territory.

A Simon Fraser University researcher is among the first in Canada to receive a C-I-H-R Foundation grant. The Canadian Institute for Health Research has awarded Robert Hogg a 6.5-million dollar grant for his research on health inequities among vulnerable H-I-V-positive populations.



National
A high-ranking Canadian Forces officer from Edmonton is facing 10 sex-related charges that allegedly stem from time he spent mentoring military cadets between 1998 and 2007.

Two men convicted in one of the largest Ponzi schemes in Canadian history have been sentenced to 12 years in prison, two years less than the Crown wanted.


Damage from a tornado that Environment Canada is describing as ``incredible'' appears to be contained to farm buildings and country roads in southwestern Manitoba.



International
A Republican senator from North Dakota says his sources tell him President Barack Obama will wait until the August Congressional break to announce he is rejecting the controversial Keystone X-L pipeline.

US consumer confidence has fallen to the lowest level since September. The Conference Board says American consumers are worried about the job market and rattled by the debt crisis in Greece and a stock market plunge in China.


US National Transportation Safety Board investigators believe the co-pilot of a Virgin Galactic spaceship caused it to crash last year. The accident happened during a test flight over the Mojave Desert.

 
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