SALZBURG, Austria — Canadian Jeff (The Silencer) Smith lost 6-3 Saturday to eighth-seeded James (The Machine) Wade in the second round of the 300,000-pound ($511,760) Bwin World Series of Darts Finals.
Canadian Jeff (The Silencer) Smith will face Fallon Sherrock in a high-profile first-round matchup Friday at the 300,000-pound ($505,635) Bwin World Series of Darts Finals.
More than 100 new childcare spaces are coming to Penticton thanks to $2.9 million in grant funding from the province.
OCILLA, Ga. - An immigration detention centre in Georgia performed questionable hysterectomies, refused to test detainees for COVID-19 and shredded medical records, according to a nurse quoted in a complaint filed Monday.
The Kamloops Naturalist Club will soon see a dream come true after more than three decades of deliberation and planning.
VICTORIA - British Columbia has had 317 additional cases of COVID-19 and six more people have died since Friday.
WINNIPEG - The Manitoba government is once again expanding a wage-subsidy program designed to help create jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A single-vehicle crash in rural Kamloops last night claimed the life of the driver, but the infant in the vehicle survived with minor injuries.
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LAS VEGAS - One Las Vegas Strip resort said Thursday that it tallied 548 positive tests for COVID-19 among its 12,000 employees since May.
Penticton RCMP are hoping the public can help them identify an arson suspect. Surveillance video of a garage fire that took place at around 8 a.m., ...
No structures are being threatened by a three hectare wildfire burning out of control near Kelowna.
It''s supposed to be sunny in the Okanagan today, but with air quality meteorologists calling for widespread smoke to return, the sun may be fleeting, if seen at all.
After a four month stay at the Kamloops Airport, the remaining Canadian Forces Snowbird jets will be returning to their home base in Moose Jaw, Sask.
It may be a couple of days before Kamloops residents can expect any relief from the oppressive smoke spreading into the region from American wildfires.