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Kelowna woman argues she can safely drive while using chopsticks, judge disagrees

Corinne Jackson was pulled over and ticketed for driving without due care along Highway 33

Rain in Kelowna breaks records, causes flooding

Tuesday was one for the record books as a record amount of rain caused flooding in Kelowna

Bahamian Hurricane Dorian victims feel ‘overwhelming’ support in Kelowna

Fundraiser still on to bring Ferguson’s sister and her two-month-old child to Canada

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Take down of knife wielding man in downtown Kelowna
Man tries to break into vehicle in Rutland

Meet your six Kelowna-Lake Country MP candidates

The federal election is just over a month away and it’s time to start thinking about your vote

Kelowna council OK’s controversial rental development in Pandosy Village

Despite the community’s concerns over the project, it was given the green light on Tuesday night

Kelowna father guilty of killing family to begin sentencing hearing next week

Jacob Forman pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree murder and two counts of second-degree

Central Okanagan candidates speak about seniors issues, OAS, CPP

The first federal forum in Kelowna saw candidates take on issues important to seniors

Okanagan Fall Wine Festival returns with new signature event

The premier festival features over 100 wine-centric events across the Okanagan from Oct. 3 to 13

Media fights publication ban on day three of Sagmoen trial in Vernon

The CBC and other media to challenge ban Wednesday afternoon

Logging not a factor causing water boil advisories in Peachland, report finds

Forest Practices Board launched investigation after complaint by Peachland Watershed Protection Alliance

Cops for Kids to pedal into Vernon

The cyclists complete the final leg of their 1,000-km ride on Sunday

What do you want Kelowna to look like in 20 years?

City will host four events in September, encouraging the public to help with its long-term plan

Pride Society announces ‘newest, queerest’ wine festival in Kelowna

New event will be funded through a federal grant intended to increase tourism outside the summer months

Kelowna firefighters climb 110 storeys to honour 9-11 victims

New memorial in New York honours victims from evolving aftermath of 9-11

West Kelowna’s Rotary Park to close for repairs

The park will be closed for some ‘much needed’ restoration and flood mitigation work

Kelowna charity hosts fundraiser for projects in Kenya

Under the African Sky will feature live guests who are running the projects on a daily basis.

Housing experts meet for conference in Kelowna

The conference saw more than 150 housing officials from across B.C. on Monday

Extension granted for Rose Valley Water Treatment Plant in West Kelowna

The Rose Valley Water Treatment Plant now has until March 2022 to complete construction

Man fundraising to bring Bahamian victims of Hurricane Dorian to Kelowna

A family of three impacted by the destructive hurricane getting the help from Kelowna man

Curtis Sagmoen pleads not guilty to allegedly threatening sex worker with a gun

North Okanagan man Curtis Sagmoen accused of threatening sex worker with a gun