Your KAMLOOPS BLAZERS take on the ROYALS in VICTORIA Friday night, September 26th. NL's Pre-Game Show strats at 6:35. Faceoff with Jon Keen at 7:05.

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The bears are back! Conservation officers say they're fielding 5-10 complaints a day from Upper Sahali, Aberdeen, Barnhartvale and Juniper.

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Superintendent Karl DeBruijn reports the first day of school went off without any real problems.

Retailers in Kamloops say it was a mad dash to buy school supplies on the weekend as parents waited for the teachers strike to end before stocking up.

43 year old Ferroz Kamahl Busksh has been charged with robbery after Friday's theft at the Tranquille Market.

A former civilian jail guard testified an incident involving two women engaged in sex in RCMP city jail cells should have been documented, but says it wasn't his responsibiity.

Just ahead of the October 4th nomination meeting, Peter Mutrie has opted out of the race to represent the Liberal Party in the Kamloops Thompson Cariboo.

The Kamloops Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association reports the former men's hostel building on West Victoria Street is going back on the market, after non profit groups found the building too challenging to take on.

BC Health Minister Terry Lake is promoting telehealth, and community paramedicine as ways to improve rural and remote health care.

Chief Electoral Officer Cindy Kennedy says 24 nomination packages have been handed out at city hall for mayor or council, but only 3 for a seat on the Kamloops School Board.

Conservation officers have been dealing with 5-10 bear complaints a day, and Saturday had to put down a 4 year old male who'd been hanging around Thompson Rivers University.

A retired Kamloops mountie calls a Fraser Institute report on rising police staffing levels at a time of diminishing crime levels "incomplete."

Maximum 30.   As classes resume, so do school zone speed limits.

A man has been charged with the second degree murder of a 17-year-old  Serena Vermeersch of Surrey.

BC Ferries wants to convert its two largest vessels to dual-fuel capability, allowing the ships to operate on both diesel and liquefied natural gas to save millions of dollars a year.

Police in Abbotsford say a 17-year-old boy is nursing stab wounds in hospital after a confrontation early this morning.
The Prime Minister's Office says Canada will continue to work with allies to push back against the threat of the Islamic State group.

Prime Minister Harper won't be at tomorrow's UN Climate Summit, but he will be at the UN later this week to talk about maternal health, Ukraine and Iraq.

Final arguments are under way in a 17.8-billion-dollar lawsuit that involves an estimated one million Quebec smokers.

The emergency department in one of Edmonton's main hospitals is shut down over fears of a ``potential contagious illness.''
A senior Iraqi commander says at least 40 soldiers have been killed in weekend suicide bombings carried out by Islamic State militants.

US Secretary of State John Kerry says Mother Nature is quote: ``screaming at us'' about climate change.

Environmental activists are holding a sit-in on Wall Street, protesting the role they say corporations play in stalling political action to combat global warming.

Liberia's largest Ebola treatment centre is already handling 112 patients, a day after it opened, though not all of are confirmed to have the dreaded disease.

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