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Photos from Friday's response to the blaze and how it is affecting residents.
Both the Mount Boucherie and Smith Creek fires were human-caused, according to fire officials.
A 23-year-old man died after allegedly jumping from a moving vehicle in Glenmore Saturday morning.
Nearly 100 people crammed into the German Canadian Harmonie Club Sunday to watch Germany win its fourth World Cup title.
A 67-year-old Cawston man has died after falling from a cliff near Big White Sunday afternoon.
Kelowna RCMP, the provincial government and local frontline workers are teaming up to assist victims of domestic violence.
Mounties are hoping a 2004 Nissan 350Z, which was seized in Vancouver from an alleged gangster, will keep young people away from gangs.
Myra Canyon Adventure Park was supposed to open this weekend.
Detour signs will be left up a month longer than expected in Westbank Centre due to construction delays on the new Westbank Centre Exchange.
The recently upgraded Brown Road will be the backdrop for a brand new District of West Kelowna street hockey tournament next month.
B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure officials expect Highway 97 traffic will be back to normal Tuesday morning.
Minister James Moore visited Gray Monk Estate Winery in Lake Country Friday to gain support for removing interprovincial trade barriers.
Motorists may have a second way to get across Okanagan Lake in less than a decade.
Farmers and agritourism operators are hoping the district's new farm loop will enjoy similar success to that of the Westside Wine Trail.
Soles4Souls Canada is asking Kelowna residents to ditch their shoes in a fundraiser that will help bring footwear to others in need.
The sounds of Frank Sinatra and the big bands will kick off West Kelowna's third season of Music in the Park.
Reporter Wade Paterson looks at several issues facing the Westside Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Competitive freestyle skier Mason Barzilay wants West Kelowna youth to be active, and predicts a new skatepark may be one solution.
David Barbour spent more than 19 hours on his bike Saturday as he and 139 others completed the Ride2Survive.
Rick de Jong has announced his candidacy for Conservative nomination in the newly established riding of South Okanagan West Kootenay.