Carmen Weld

Baby dolphin dies after tourists manhandle calf in Spain

“All you want is to photograph and poke, even if the animal suffers from stress.”

Williams Lakers finally allowed home after wildfire

Residents return nearly two weeks after blaze prompted evacuation order

Loon Lake waits to go home

Loon Lake residents still wait and wonder when they can go home

More military on the way to help

150 Canadian Armed Forces members headed to B.C.

UNDER EVACUATION: The health impacts on evacuees

Evacuees are stressed and emotional while also resilient and strong

Firefighters threatened with gun

Williams Lake RCMP have arrested one man in the incident

Lotto winner to help wildfire evacuees

“I believe in helping people.”

LIVE from the evacuation zone

Black Press is live from behind the fire lines near Ashcroft

No weather relief in sight

As wildfires continue to rage in B.C., there’s no rain relief in sight

Call line open to find lost loved ones

A call line is available for families whose loved ones have been relocated due to wildfire activity

WestJet fare break for fire victims

WestJet is offering a 25%-off promo code for those wishing to leave Kelowna, Penticton and Kamloops

BREAKING: Further evacuation orders issued in Princeton

As of Monday morning, the BC Widlfire Service estimates the Princeton fire at 2,000 hectares

VIDEO: Inside a wildfire

Crews are battling more than 230 blazes, many of which remained uncontained

$9.5M winner in B.C.

Someone in B.C. has won $9.5 million dollars in the 649 Saturday draw

UPDATE: Ashcroft wildfire sits at 4,200 hectares

Cache creek remains on a local state of emergency, while Ashcroft remains on an evacuation alert

UPDATE: Gustafsen wildfire holds steady at 3,200 hectares

Evacuation remain in effect for 103 Mile, 108 Mile, 105 Mile and the western part of Lac la Hache

The Princeton fire in photos

Images captured over the last day of the Princeton fire that continues to grow in size

UPDATE: Smoky Skies Advisory issued

“Smoke concentrations will vary widely as winds, fire behaviour and temperatures change,” says IHA.

Provincial state of emergency declared

Today alone there have been 56 new wildfire starts throughout the province

BC tech & RCMP tackle child exploitation

A tech startup out of Kelowna has joined forced with the RCMP for the Protecting Innocence Hackathon