Daybreak KamloopsHot Rod Todd? Kamloops tries out new speedy nicknamesApr 21, 2015 | 2:39We've all been there.
A little behind schedule so the foot gets heavier and then...
BC's Transportation Minister Todd Stone knows the story.
The Early EditionApril 21, 2015Apr 21, 2015 | 2:56:03Ottawa report, soccer slam poets, happiness research, Surrey surveillance, Sue Hammell on gangs, Squamish climber, Vancouver blue author, school rats, Vancouver restaurant awards
The Early EditionVeteran Vancouver police officer pens memoirApr 21, 2015 | 5:47When Wayne Cope joined the Vancouver Police Department's historical homicide unit in 2001 after years of being with the force, he was quickly put to work on a 21-year-old cold case known as the Centrefold Murders.
The Early EditionPort Moody school has rat problemApr 21, 2015 | 6:10A Port Moody, B.C., school has such a big problem with rats that teachers and students have resorted to hiding their papers so they won't get chewed, says one parent.
Daybreak KamloopsTRU professor starts 100 Men Who Care chapter in KamloopsApr 21, 2015 | 5:55A Thompson Rivers University professor is trying to gather up enough men to start a 100 Men Who Care group in Kamloops, B.C.
Radio WestPhotographers capture spectacular northern lightsApr 21, 2015 | 6:05Over the last few weeks, the northern lights have been putting some a pretty spectacular shows. Rebecca spoke with Naramata photographer Caillum Smith and Night Sky Guy Andrew Fazekas to find out more.
The Early EditionClimbers found safe after rock slide in SquamishApr 20, 2015 | 5:29All climbers known to be climbing near a massive rock slide on the Stawamus Chief in Squamish have been accounted for, says Squamish Search and Rescue.
The Early EditionNorth Vancouver group opposes gaming facilitiesApr 20, 2015 | 7:34Slot machines may be in the cards for the North Shore as the city of North Vancouver reviews its 20-year ban on gambling facilities.
Daybreak KamloopsQuebec Hobo Hillbilly street buskers hit KamloopsApr 20, 2015 | 7:59You never know where the Daybreak story's going to come from.
This next one - we found just around the corner.
Kate Lavoie and Alex Poirier are full time buskers.
They're from Quebec.
We heard them playing on Victoria Street.
Daybreak KamloopsTRU professor claims Ajax has negative social impact on community and neighbourhoodsApr 20, 2015 | 3:34A TRU professor is giving a public lecture on a hot topic this weekend:
The proposed Ajax mine.
Specifically he is looking at the social impact the mine might have
Our TRU intern, Hamza Hasan collected some thoughts on Victoria