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Highway 20 to remain closed at washout site near Sheep Creek Bridge as crews work with high levels of groundwater

Highway 20 will remain closed due to Monday’s washout 25 kilometres west…

RCMP praise team work for minimizing serious fiery crash Thursday near Williams Lake

Police are crediting the efforts of multiple people for assisting after a…

BC SPCA warns: A hot car is no place for your pet

Temperature in parked vehicle can reach over 38 degrees Celsius

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High court clears way for Facebook lawsuit in B.C.

Deborah Douez alleges Facebook used her name and profile photo in ads endorsing a company she ‘liked’

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Logging truck driver rescues owl
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VIDEO: Hide your picnic baskets, the bears are out

Conservation officers are expecting to see highest number of bears in recent years this summer

Elections BC prepares for possible snap election

Staff not expecting voters to head to the polls yet, but want to be ready

VIDEO: Throne speech piles on PST cut, other promises

NDP, Greens still preparing to defeat B.C. Liberals

Okanagan wineries sweep Lieutenant Governor’s Awards

Of the 486 wines submitted by 132 wineries for judging, just 12 reigned supreme

VIDEO: B.C. Liberals elect speaker to begin historic session

Speaker to resign if government defeated by NDP and B.C. Greens

UPDATE: Sears Canada closing 59 of its stores across Canada

Roughly 2,900 jobs expected to be lost, amid restructuring.

Lightning adds to fire risk in south-central B.C.

Temperatures in Williams Lake could reach 30 C by Sunday

Mother of murdered Alberta girl faces accused killer

Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette’s mother faced her accused killer, Derek Saretzky, in court

Clark pledges $1-billion in childcare spending

Christy Clark continued rebranding the BC Liberals this week, ahead of the Speech from the Throne

UPDATE: Tim Shields’ defence suggests ‘bathroom incident’ was consensual

Worker says she was told by RCMP adviser she would be labelled troublemaker if she complained