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Double jeopardy leads to reinstatement of B.C. teacher suspended and fired for kissing former student
The Kamloops-Thompson School District says it will fight the reinstatment of a local middle-school teacher who was suspended and later fired for kissing a student.
No charges recommended against Mounties who fatally shot B.C. homeless advocate
No charges are being recommended against RCMP officers who shot and killed a well-known advocate for people who are homeless in B.C. earlier this year, the Independent Investigations Office (IIO) announced Tuesday.
1 injured in Kamloops shooting, police seek leads
In a statement, Kamloops RCMP said several gunshots were reported at 7:30 a.m. PT near the intersection of Columbia Street West and Pemberton Terrace.
5 arrested after standing in way of Trans Mountain pipeline construction in B.C. Interior
Five people including a Secwepemc hereditary chief and his daughter have been arrested after standing against construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project on Secwepemc territory in Kamloops, B.C.
B.C. man puts aside own safety to save neighbour from house fire
Maurice Franklin didn't think about his own life when he broke down the door of his neighbour's house to save her from a massive fire that erupted suddenly on Sept. 23 in a close-knit community near Paul Lake, outside of Kamloops.