West Coast MorningFish and Wildlife officers warn snowmobilers to keep away from caribouFeb 25, 2015 | 5:44Some snowmobilers are getting a bit too close to caribou near Stephenville these days. Fish and Wildlife enforcement officer Travis Clannon says patrols are being stepped up.
West Coast MorningRoddickton Mayor comments on the collapse of supermarket/hardware store roof.Feb 24, 2015 | 5:47A roof collapse has left a big retail hole in Roddickton. Mayor Sheila Fitzgerald says Foodland, Home Hardware and Sears closed a week ago after part of the building's roof caved in.
West Coast MorningYoung Pasadena baseball player says her goodwill trip to Cuba hit it out of the park.Feb 23, 2015 | 5:44Baseball player Claire Butt from Pasadena recently made a goodwill trip to Cuba. The 13-year-old played baseball with local girls and donated equipment and supplies. She spoke with Gary Moore.
West Coast MorningSome Port Au Port Peninsula residents oppose quarry expansion plans.Feb 20, 2015 | 7:12Atlantic Minerals wants to expand its quarry operations near Lower Cove, but some local people oppose the plans. Marilyn Rowe is with the Local Service District of Sheaves Cove.
West Coast MorningPassenger Neil Pike says MV Apollo is not up to the task of icebreaking.Feb 19, 2015 | 7:25MV Apollo passenger Neil Pike says the province needs to get a more powerful vessel for the Strait of Belle Isle. The Apollo was stuck in ice most of Wednesday.
West Coast MorningWe find out why there's no outdoor rink at Margaret Bowater Park this yearFeb 18, 2015 | 4:47There's no outdoor rink at Margaret Bowater Park in Corner Brook this year. Gary Moore spoke with Brent Humphries of the Corner Brook Stream Development Corporation.
West Coast MorningHeavy snow in Corner Brook keeps a snowblower repairman running flat-out.Feb 18, 2015 | 6:15There've been brutal snowfalls in Corner Brook this month. Snowblower repairman Andy Thorne and his staff are going full-throttle to keep up with all the business.
West Coast MorningCorner Brook X-country skier adds his technical skills to Team CanadaFeb 17, 2015 | 5:07Cross-country skier Andrew Casey of Corner Brook went to the World Championships in Almaty, Kazakhstan, as a wax technician with Team Canada. He spoke with Gary Moore.
West Coast MorningAfter a recent bus crash, figure skater Amber Murrin went back on the ice to compete.Feb 16, 2015 | 5:44Amber Murrin and other members of the Silver Blades Figure Skating Club were back competing on the weekend, 10 days after their chartered bus flipped over near Grand Falls-Windsor.
West Coast MorningSinger Edna Hodgett, 84, returns to the stage after 20 years.Feb 13, 2015 | 4:5784-year-old singer Edna Hodgett last performed in a musical about 20 years ago. She'll come out of retirement and perform a song for Theatre Newfoundland Labrador's 35th anniversary.
West Coast MorningKijiji ad helps re-unite man from Corner Brook with his momFeb 12, 2015 | 6:47Jason Green from Corner Brook had not seen his mom since he was five years old. An ad he placed on Kijiji has helped to re-connect them after more than 25 years.
West Coast MorningOutdoorsman Gord Casey has words of caution about snow avalanches in NL.Feb 11, 2015 | 8:06If you enjoy snow activities off the beaten path, outdoorsman Gord Casey of Corner Brook says beware of avalanches. One near the Blow Me Down Mountains closed the highway for several hours last week.
West Coast MorningBraving a blizzard - a rookie volunteer fire fighter helps rescue a man in St. George's.Feb 10, 2015 | 6:48A rookie volunteer fire fighter in St. George's battled Friday's blizzard to help rescue a man who had suffered a heart attack. The CBC's Lindsay Bird spoke with Desirée Foote.
West Coast MorningDesiree Foote on thrilling first call as a firefighterFeb 10, 2015 | 6:26As most of the west coast hunkered down during Friday's big blizzard...one group of emergency responders in the Bay St. George area were out -- saving a life.
CBC producer Lindsay Bird spoke to volunteer fire fighter Desirée Foote for the full story.
West Coast MorningThe province spends big money to maintain empty schools. Gary Moore tells why.Feb 9, 2015 | 6:05NL's English language school board maintains 18 empty school buildings in the province, at a cost of almost a million dollars this year. Reporter Gary Moore explains why.