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Accused in death of uncle will stand trial on charge of second-degree murder

A Kamloops judge has ordered a Lytton man accused of stabbing his uncle to death last year to stand trial on a count of...

Sexual assault trial ends; date for verdict to be set March 6

A former Thompson Rivers University student accused of raping an 18-year-old woman and aggressively fondling her 19-year-old friend after New Year's party two years...

Kamloops Mountie returns to court March 9; charged with assaulting wife

A Kamloops police officer facing a criminal charge accused of assaulting his wife was not present for his first appearance in Kamloops provincial court...

March 9 date for hearing into Jeep targeted in fatal hit and run probe

A Kamloops police officer is slated to be in court next month in an effort to convince a judge to allow Mounties to extend...

Lawyers want to appeal B.C. Court of Appeals ruling on shotgun, Charter argument

Lawyers for a man accused of weapons charges after police pulled him over while he was carrying a loaded shotgun will seek leave to...

Accused on trial claims sexual acts were consensual

A former Thompson Rivers University student accused of raping an 18-year-old woman and aggressively fondling her 19-year-old friend following a New Year’s party two...

Sexual-assault trial: Woman testifies she rejected accused’s advances

Consent is the issue a B.C. Supreme Court judge will have to address at the conclusion of an emotional trial of a Thompson Rivers...

Accused robber remains in jail

A Kamloops man accused of holding up a downtown bank last week will remain behind bars until at least next month. Roger Jerry Decoine is...

Love triangle murder sentencing hearing to resume May 30

A Salmon Arm man who shot to death his romantic rival as a result of a high school love triangle more than eight years...

Crown, defence argue over consent in Kamloops sexual-assault trial

Consent is expected to be the main issue at the four-day trial of man accused of sexually assaulting two women following a New Year's...

Lawyer wants accused’s murder charge reduced to manslaughter

A defence lawyer is asking a judge to reduce the murder charge his client is facing to manslaughter, based largely on the fact the...

Convicted couple argues rights precede laws

A First Nations couple found guilty last year of trafficking wildlife is asking a judge to throw out the convictions based on aboriginal rights...

Former Barriere fire chief to plead guilty to child-porn charges

The former fire chief of Barriere who resigned suddenly last year in the midst of a child-pornography investigation will plead guilty. A lawyer representing Al...

Arrest in connection to robbery of Kamloops TD Canada Trust branch

A man has been charged in connection with the robbery of a downtown Kamloops bank on Friday, Feb. 17. Roger Jerry Decoine is in custody...

Police seek suspect after robbery at downtown bank

A downtown bank was the site of an armed robbery on Friday. RCMP said a man walked into the TD Canada Trust about 1:30 p.m....

Bail for man facing murder charge in Shuswap hit-and-run death

A man accused of murdering a motorcycle rider by ramming him from behind on a road in Magna Bay will remain out of custody...

Mid-level drug dealer gets 15-month sentence

A B.C. Supreme Court judge has sentenced what he called a mid-level drug supplier to 15 months in prison. Curtis Cederfeldt, 29,  pleaded guilty to...

Charge upgraded to murder in Shuswap hit-and-run death

Charges against a man alleged to have struck a motorcycle from behind in Magna Bay, killing its rider, have been upgraded to murder. Raymond Edward...

Muslim prisoner’s complaint about treatment in Kamloops jail heads to hearing

A complaint to the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal by an inmate alleging Kamloops prison staff discriminated against him, including a claim that a correctional...

Bizarre behaviour leads to psychiatric assessment for man Crown wants labelled dangerous offender

A B.C. Supreme Court judge agreed with Crown application to send a man undergoing a dangerous offender hearing for a psychiatric assessment. Crown lawyer Sarah...