Angie Mindus

VIDEO/PHOTOS: A look behind the scenes at the Horsefly Lake fire complex

BC Wildfire Service has the 526-hectare fire 70 per cent contained

Thunderstorms and wildfires: A look at the how things are shaping up in the Cariboo Thursday, Aug. 2

The Cariboo Fire Centre has responded to 92 wildfires since July 31

Evacuation alert issued for 93 properties at Quesnel Lake junction area

Concerns of access routes being cut off prompted alert, said Cariboo Regional District

UPDATE: Optimistic day for crews working the Horsefly Lake fire

"They've been making really good progress," Jessica Mack of BC Wildfire Service

Update: Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Cariboo ended

Forecast called for risk of severe storm in the afternoon

Lightning sparks new fires in Cariboo Fire Centre Monday night

Two fires strike too close for comfort in Williams Lake area

Power restored to over 6,000 in 100 Mile House area

Outages lasted over three hours

Campfire ban issued for Cariboo Fire Centre

Fire ban set for Tuesday, July 31 due to hot, dry conditions

Three out-of-control fires burn in the Cariboo Fire Centre

Crews are attending fires near Tsacha Lake, Hendrix Lake and Swede Creek

VIDEO: Emergency crews respond to lightning-caused fires around Williams Lake Monday night

Video shows lightning storm that swept over Williams Lake Monday evening

Airtankers blanket 130 Mile fire

Located near Maze Lake Road

School District 27 announces new principal for Mile 108 Elementary School

Former Williams Lake high school vice-principal takes on the role

Williams Lake gets a rainbow crosswalk

Williams Lake Committee Pride on hand for installation

FIRE UPDATE: Crews keep fires in the Cariboo manageable so far

Grain Creek fire largest in Cariboo Fire Centre at 20 hectares, possible campfire ban on the way

UPDATE: Smoke from as far away as Siberia affecting B.C. skies

South Thompson, Central and South Okanagan, East Columbia and all of the north included in smoky skies bulletin

Crime in Williams Lake on decline: Stats Canada

Lakecity drops from fourth to seventh on national Crime Severity Index

PHOTO: On the docks

It's fishing season at the Bella Coola harbour

Mount Polley Mine ordered to pay lost wages to 26 laid off employees

The decision comes at a time when mine employees have been on strike for the past seven weeks

B.C. rancher demands change on how gov’t handles emergencies after 2017 wildfires

Essential service designation, tax deferrals should be on the table for ranchers

Williams Lake Mayor reflects on ups and downs of the 2017 wildfires

A look back at the interviews, the White Lake fire and moving forward