Kamloops hunter rescues abandoned kittens, calls for charges

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Premier Christy Clark says she welcomes yesterday's protest against oil pipelines and increased tanker traffic. She says all levels of government must first agree on who benefits from the Enbridge proposal and to what degree.

The father of a young, wounded Canadian soldier hopes a lawsuit against how Ottawa compensates injured veterans will become a class action case. Jim Scott of Surrey claims wounded soldiers are losing out on help when they're paid lump sum settlements, rather than on-going benefits.

A Kamloops hunter is calling for prosecution for the person who abandoned five kittens on a O'Connor Lake road this past weekend. Ken McKibbon was returning from hunting when he found the small felines huddled together on a freezing cold and wet blanket in a pet carrier. He rescued them and brought them to the SPCA.

Kamloops RCMP are investigating a 2 vehicle crash that sent one man to hospital with serious injuries. It happened around 6:30 Monday night on highway 5 at River Street.
A single driver in a Honda civic tried to make a left hand turn off of River street onto the highway and was T-boned by a GMC Yukon.

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