Daniel Taylor

Kelowna resident warns North Glenmore community of active thieves in the area

Two thieves stole a pontoon boat from a residence on May 23

Morning Start: How sleepy is the koala bear?

Your morning start for Monday, May 25, 2020

Throwback Thursday: Josh Gorges captains Rockets to 2004 Memorial Cup Championship

In 245 games with the Rockets, Gorges registered 33 goals, 119 assists for a combined 152 points.

Special weather statement: Snow to hit Okanagan connector from Merritt to Kelowna

A weather system over southern BC will bring showers to the region today and Friday

UBCO collaboration helps frontline workers see clearly during long hours at work

Fogged up protective face shields were proving to be problematic

Westbank Chief, Kelowna Mayor to shave heads after a successful fundraiser

Mayor Basran and Chief Dickinson both raised over $10,000 dollars for the Haircuts for Healthcare campaign

Plan B reopens its doors for haircuts in Kelowna during COVID-19

Find out what getting a haircut will look like during the second phase of B.C.’s restart plan

Day one of sit-down dining a success for Kelowna restaurants

Doc Willoughby’s, Kelly O’bryan’s are two of many restaurants to re-open for sit down dining on Tuesday

Meals for Truckers to support several BC communities

The initiative bring meals, along with portable wash facilities, to card locks in locations of truckers

Morning Start: How many dreams does the average person have in one night?

Your morning start for Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Kelowna RCMP locate distraught man allegedly wielding firearm in Rutland

The man was found on Springfield Road and Hollywood Road on Saturday following a weapons complaint

Rain expected throughout the week as businesses begin to reopen in the Okanagan

The Okanagan has received more rain than average for month of May

Kelowna first responders rescue baby ducks from storm drain

Kelowna Fire Engine 1, Kelowna RCMP and City of Kelowna utility crews assisted with the rescue

PHOTOS: Tribute to CF Snowbirds on Victoria Day in downtown Kelowna

Photos of the flyover in tribute to the CF Snowbirds crash and park-goers in downtown Kelowna

Local pilot organizes flyover downtown Kelowna in honour of CF Snowbird crash

Residents can catch the flyover around 1:30 to 1:45 p.m. on May 18

Businesses to reopen in Kelowna

A list compiled of businesses to reopen during phase 2 of the B.C. reopening plan

UPDATE: Weather alert rescinded for Okanagan Valley

Environment Canada now calling for highs reaching 20 for Victoria Day

Kelowna Cafe delivers over 800 free lattes and donuts to frontline workers

Third Space Cafe is a social-profit cafe that pours proceeds into the community and Third Space Life Charity