B.C. lowers consumption during Earth Hour

Southern Interior leads the way in electricity reduction at 1.7 per cent

  • Mar 26th, 2017

Four people found dead in residence in Venables Valley

Ashcroft RCMP, doing a well-being check at the residence on March 24, found four deceased people inside

  • Mar 26th, 2017

Youth expo comes to Kelowna

TeenFest, April 1 at Kelowna Curling for 12 to 18 year-olds features a wide variety of activites

Crash closes Highway 97 near Monte Lake

Crash closes Highway 97 between Kamloops and Vernon

  • Mar 25th, 2017

New program encourages local food and drink

The Eat Drink Local campaign allows local restaurants to partake in a province-wide program

Fire hazard debris burning today

Open burning is allowed today for those eligible Central Okanagan property owners with permits

Ski2Tree paddling highlights


Second annual Lake Country Indoor Children's Festival


Rutland Centennial Hall 50th Birthday


Big White Family Day


Turn off the lights tonight

Celebrate Earth Hour by turning off the lights from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m.

B.C. Liberals return $93,000 in donations

New information comes as RCMP are reviewing possible violations of the B.C. Elections Act.

Province funds 2,600 more teachers

$330 million is ‘bridge’ to contract talks in 2019

New one-stop shop for seniors health opens in Kelowna

New Seniors Health and Wellness Clinic brings a collaborative approach to helping seniors.

Crown responds to outcry

Criminal Justice Branch vows to continue to work with nurse to alleviate concerns

Nurse speaks out over sentencing

Lindsay Hauck devastated by justice system

West Kelowna man wins $1 million

Werner Weiss won a whopping $1 million on the Jan. 27 Lotto Max draw.

Local chef student cooking up success

Okanagan College culinary arts student Carson Bibby lands a spot at prestigious Ottawa restaurant.

Construction abounds downtown

Construction is underway on Water Street and Doyle Avenue

Last chance to join Imagine Kelowna forum

Monday at noon is the deadline to apply to be selected for the forum on April 8.

Bridge bust moves through court in record time

The second of two men charged in bridge bust have pleaded guilty

Liquor store robber gets mandatory minimum

Man charged in 2016 robbery gets sentenced to five years.

Kelowna Fan Xpo ready to go

The third annual Kelowna Fan Xpo will be held tonight and tomorrow

Tradition of flooding the news with funding announcements continues

Those in the know have seen this before, and one says it doesn’t always work.