Jenifer Norwell


Jenifer Norwell has been working with CBC radio since 2008. She's worked with CBC Prince George, Vancouver and Sudbury before returning to her hometown of Kamloops.

Latest from Jenifer Norwell

'I'm done': Child-care operator calls it quits after being asked to move a 3rd time

Kamloops daycares are struggling to find and keep adequate locations to operate out of and this is creating stress for both parents and providers.

Record-breaking wildfires and climate change force B.C. non-profits to adapt

Climate change is altering more than just the landscapes of B.C., it's changing how non-profit and community groups do their work in the province's Interior.

Kamloops dad starts petition after son poked by used needle

Kamloops father Jeff Arlitt started a petition to improve needle safety after his 12-year-old son was poked by a needle.

'You don't release animals to their death', say experts who defend killing cougar cub

Wildlife experts explain that killing a Kamloops cougar cub was the most humane of the options available.

Want to buy a library? Kamloops Bookmobile to be sold at auction

The Thompson Nicola Regional District is going to auction off its well-used Bookmobile.

Huge 4-million-cell solar farm planned for Quilchena reserve near Merritt, B.C.

The Upper Nicola Band has partnered with Fortis BC to build a $30-million solar panel farm to generate electricity.

Interior regional district bans pot sales in rural areas

Business owners won’t be able to sell recreational marijuana in the rural areas of the Thompson Nicola Regional District any time soon.

Father relieved by guilty plea in daughter's hit-and-run death

The father of a Kamloops teen killed in a 2016 hit and run is relieved the man charged in her death plans to enter a guilty plea.

Wildfire report to help Cariboo prepare for next emergency

The Cariboo Regional District has just released a new report looking at last summer’s wildfire season.

Kamloops parkade to be transformed into a giant piece of art

Kamloops artist Bill Frymire will create public artwork that will surrounding the building in around 90,000 tiny pieces of painted aluminum that will ripple like a river.

Mom of missing Sun Peaks man continues search

The mother of a missing Sun Peaks man says valuable time was lost because the family wasn’t told how to manage their own efforts near the southern Interior ski resort after the official search for Ryan Shtuka ended.

Titans make history with first-ever provincial AAA boys basketball title

For the first time ever, the South Kamloops Titans boys basketball team have won the provincial AAA title this weekend.

Kamloops curling official back from Olympic experience

Kamloops’ Dianne Barker is excited for what the Olympic debut of mixed-doubles curling will mean for the sport.

South Kamloops Titans clinch provincial girls basketball title

South Kamloops Titans girls basketball team takes home the provincial title after a nailbiter of a game against G.W. Graham from Chilliwack.

Williams Lake council want GPS trackers for career criminals

Williams Lake city council is trying again to get the province to support efforts to crack down on repear criminals using GPS trackers.