UPDATED: Raw sewage, algae reported in Okanagan Lake

The Okanagan Indian Band is asking all residents and visitors to refrain from entering into the north arm of Okanagan Lake until further notice

Record heat hits B.C. on Saturday

Agassiz, Pitt Meadows and Port Alberni all saw record-breaking temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius

Central Okanagan companies give back their time on day of giving

Seven companies and 73 employees volunteered 182 hours to local non=profits

Border Free Bees pollinator picnic today

Event to celebrate the wild success of the Kelowna Nectar Trail Project at Summerhill Winery

  • Jun 25th, 2017

Westbank First Nation, regional district to protect cultural sites

An agreement will protect First Nation archeological sites within Central Okanagan regional parks

Lambert wins byelection

Pro-development candidate Jeanette Lambert wins Carr’s Landing ward byelection in Lake Country.

Holiday Park


Fortis flyover


City Park, June 2/17


Mission Creek from above


UPDATE: Beloved pooch found safe

Ellie Mae the bulldog has been found safe after she was stolen with a truck on Saturday

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Forum aims to bring awareness to safety issues

During COPA’s convention, a three-year safety campaign was started in Kelowna

Grade 12 students pass on joys of reading

Rutland Senior Secondary students raised $600 for new books at South Rutland Elementary in Kelowna

Second World War bomber dropping in Penticton

Maid in the Shade will be dropping into Penticton Regional Airport

Fire in West Kelowna

Emergency crews responded to reports of a fire this morning

App developed to improve worker safety

The yodelME app was developed in Kelowna to help workers meet their safety standards

Central Okanagan Foundation celebrates 40 years

The foundation gave out scholarships in Kelowna for the first time in honour of the anniversary

New life-saving tool for Penticton fire department

Penticton fire chief estimates marine rescue response time now will be reduced by 20 minutes

Big White heads into summer

The Bullet Chair starts spinning Saturday

Weather puts Okanagan milfoil control program behind schedule

Okanagan Basin Water Board says its bracing for more milfoil in local lakes this summer.

And the top earner at Kelowna city hall is…

Kelowna lists top wages at city hall and to no surprise managers make the most.

Dawson City’s ‘sour toe’ returned

The stolen Dawson City ‘sour toe’ was returned to its rightful owner in the Yukon