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  • Why rescuing that baby wild animal is a bad idea

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN – Encounters with wild animals don’t happen every day so it’s hard to know what to do when you come across a baby animal you think might have been abandoned by its parents.
  • UPDATE: Severe thunderstorm warning for North Okanagan ended, watch ended for Thompson-Okanagan

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - Environment Canada has ended the severe thunderstorm watch for the Thompson-Okanagan.
  • Kamloops girl's life cut short by abuse and neglect

    KAMLOOPS - In a lengthy report documenting the plight of a young aboriginal girl failed by several bureaucracies, a critic says apathy, incomplete reports and inaction from  ministry workers were significant contributors to a Kamloops girl's continual homelessness and eventual death at 19 years of age in the squalor of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
  • Case against former immigration society director fails

    KAMLOOPS - A judge has dropped a series of claims, including defamation and breach of confidentiality allegations against a former Kamloops Immigrant Services executive director who claimed the board chair harrassed staff in a toxic workplace after she and five other employees were dismissed. 
  • Showdown on Victoria: Food truck owner argues with city over downtown location

    KAMLOOPS – Recent changes to food truck regulations in the city haven't made things much clearer for vendors, and as a result at least one truck owner has been in an ongoing battle with the city over where he can, or cannot, operate.
  • More B.C. wildfire personnel headed to Alberta

    KAMLOOPS - Forty-one B.C. wildfire personnel, including two unit crews and an agency representative, will join the 88 others deployed earlier this week to fight wildfires in Alberta. 
  • Kamloops property tax notices in the mail

    KAMLOOPS – It's that time of year again, property tax notices began arriving in the mail this week.
  • Ombudsman disagrees with accusation of biased CBC Ajax coverage

    KAMLOOPS – A complaint against coverage of the Ajax debate on CBC radio in Kamloops went all the way to the public broadcaster’s highest authority, but ultimately, the complaint was deemed meritless by CBC ombudsman Esther Enkin who says private citizens have the same right to their opinions as do experts.

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