Witnesses claim the driver attempted to pass several vehicles on a curve departing Kimberley, when a vehicle approached in the opposing lane
Premier Christy Clark has rolled back salary increases for political staff in ministry offices, after getting an earful from B.C. voters
Two males (18 and 21) who were reported missing early Sunday morning (June 9) have not been located.
Police are seeking witnesses to a crash that occurred on June 9, 2013 at approximately 5:30 pm on highway 93/95 near Skookumchuck.
The Province is launching a public awareness campaign to help prevent a disease that is killing deer, elk and moose
Oil on agenda as Alberta, B.C. premiers meet to resume discussions after dispute over resource revenues last year
On June 2 just before 2 a.m., Kimberley RCMP seized over 1,000 grams of marijuana
Premier Christy Clark's 19-member team introduced at public ceremony at Canada Place
COTR graduate Greg Snell is one of three finalists for Tourism Australia’s 'Best Job in the World' contest.
The Rocky Mountain Trench Ecosystem Restoration Program (Trench ER) had planned four burns but was only able to do two.
B.C. fire chiefs eye new campaign tactic to push residential fire safety
B.C. Liberal leader Christy Clark pulled an upset win Tuesday, defying the polls and pundits.
Bill Bennett retains his seat in the legislature after election.
Mayors from across BC have concluded two days of successful meetings in Prince George
COTR's expanded south entrance,has achieved certification by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification program
The 2013 pledge alone amounts to over $613,000 from the Cranbrook Health Care Auxiliary
High streamflow advisories have been issued across the Southern Interior, with the first fires reported across B.C.
Three Cranbrook students, enrolled in engineering courses at College of the Rockies, won medals at the Skills BC Competition
CFSEU unveils profile of murder victims, warning signs for parents
The City of Cranbrook is officially the 33rd Solar Community in British Columbia
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