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Twenty firefighters respond to shed fire in West Kelowna

Twenty firefighters respond to shed fire in West Kelowna

The fire was reported in the 2000 block of Bartley Road around 10:20 p.m.

Twenty firefighters respond to shed fire in West Kelowna
Kelowna’s year in review - December 2019

Kelowna’s year in review – December 2019

A look back at the biggest stories of the year in December

Kelowna’s year in review - December 2019
Kelowna’s year in review - October 2019

Kelowna’s year in review – October 2019

A look back at the biggest stories of the year in October

Kelowna’s year in review - October 2019
Kelowna’s year in review - July 2019

Kelowna’s year in review – July 2019

A look back at the biggest stories of the year in July

Kelowna’s year in review - July 2019
A ladder truck is dousing flames at Burnco concrete plant in West Kelowna. (Al Waters - Capital News)

West Kelowna concrete plant destroyed in fire

Firefighters are using a ladder truck to fight the fire from above

A ladder truck is dousing flames at Burnco concrete plant in West Kelowna. (Al Waters - Capital News)
UPDATE: Little potash spilled after derailment in B.C. lake: government spokesman

UPDATE: Little potash spilled after derailment in B.C. lake: government spokesman

No one was injured, there were no fires and no railcars carrying dangerous goods were involved

UPDATE: Little potash spilled after derailment in B.C. lake: government spokesman
Living Things Festival returns to Kelowna in the new year

Living Things Festival returns to Kelowna in the new year

There will be more than 18 boundary-pushing shows between Jan. 15 and Feb. 2.

Living Things Festival returns to Kelowna in the new year
The busiest travel days of the season at Kelowna International Airport are from Dec. 20 to 29. (photo submitted)

100,000 passengers expected at Kelowna International Airport over the holidays

The busiest travel days of the season are from Dec. 20 to 29.

The busiest travel days of the season at Kelowna International Airport are from Dec. 20 to 29. (photo submitted)
In March, the provincial government announced it would be proactively adopting building code changes that allow the safe construction of taller wood buildings, which are currently allowed up to six storeys. (City of Kelowna)

New executive director named for Canadian Home Builders Association Central Okanagan

Daniel Winer was named to the position on Dec. 16

In March, the provincial government announced it would be proactively adopting building code changes that allow the safe construction of taller wood buildings, which are currently allowed up to six storeys. (City of Kelowna)
Kelowna International Airport is increasing its airport improvement fee to $25 as of March 1, 2020. (Contributed)

Kelowna International Airport to invest $67M to expand terminal

It’s the largest capital investment in the airport’s 72-year history

Kelowna International Airport is increasing its airport improvement fee to $25 as of March 1, 2020. (Contributed)
Airplane lands safely at Kelowna International Airport

Airplane lands safely at Kelowna International Airport

The airplane reportedly had engine troubles

Airplane lands safely at Kelowna International Airport
Traffic moving again on William R. Bennett Bridge

Traffic moving again on William R. Bennett Bridge

Traffic was reduced to one lane this morning after a tree fell on Harvey Avenue

Traffic moving again on William R. Bennett Bridge
Trans-Canada now open east of Golden

Trans-Canada now open east of Golden

The highway was closed overnight

Trans-Canada now open east of Golden
WATCH: Eyewitness captures moment truck slams into Tim Hortons in Kelowna

WATCH: Eyewitness captures moment truck slams into Tim Hortons in Kelowna

A pickup truck crashed into the front a Tim Hortons in Rutland causing a small fire on Monday night

WATCH: Eyewitness captures moment truck slams into Tim Hortons in Kelowna
Eastbound lanes of Harvey Avenue closed after car crash

Eastbound lanes of Harvey Avenue closed after car crash

A mini-van and a car collided at the intersection of Dilworth and Harvey Avenue.

Eastbound lanes of Harvey Avenue closed after car crash
The house is located at 5600 McCulloch Road in east Kelowna. (Twila Amato - Capital News)

UPDATE: Furnace blamed for house fire in east Kelowna

The house suffered some smoke damage

The house is located at 5600 McCulloch Road in east Kelowna. (Twila Amato - Capital News)
Firefighters are currently battling a house fire in Rutland. (Michael Rodriquez - Capital News)

UPDATE: 10 people displaced by house fire in Rutland

The house is located 195 Valleyview Road in Rutland

Firefighters are currently battling a house fire in Rutland. (Michael Rodriquez - Capital News)
UPDATE: Trans-Canada Highway closure extended until 4 p.m. east of Revelstoke

UPDATE: Trans-Canada Highway closure extended until 4 p.m. east of Revelstoke

The highway was closed after a head-on collision between trucks early Dec. 6

UPDATE: Trans-Canada Highway closure extended until 4 p.m. east of Revelstoke
Bylaw staff with the City of Kelowna remove an average of 800 lbs of discarded items every day from the temporary homeless shelter set up on Recreation Avenue. (Kelowna Capital News)

City of Kelowna defends removing material from homeless camp

Director of community safety says it’s a difficult, but necessary task

Bylaw staff with the City of Kelowna remove an average of 800 lbs of discarded items every day from the temporary homeless shelter set up on Recreation Avenue. (Kelowna Capital News)
WATCH: Kelowna bylaw officers throwing away items belonging to homeless

WATCH: Kelowna bylaw officers throwing away items belonging to homeless

The video, which was uploaded to Facebook on Dec. 4, has drawn the ire of many local residents

WATCH: Kelowna bylaw officers throwing away items belonging to homeless