Kelowna’s evening top 5 must reads

A summary of the day for Dec. 14 includes news from the courts as well as the battle for drugs and hamper day in West Kelowna

Your Top 5 news stories for Dec. 14, 2016.

1. At the Kelowna courthouse today an Okanagan criminal who led police on a high-speed chase through the valley four years ago was labelled a Dangerous Offender.

2. Kelowna was named in a report citing the cities where the highest percentage of impaired drivers reside.

3. It was a big day in West Kelowna and we were there as the food bank handed out 600 hampers. Follow this link for a feature story plus video.

4. On Tuesday we told you about overdose prevention measures and those on the street say the measure couldn’t come soon enough.

5. In sports, a pair of Kelowna Rockets will be among 40 players auditioning their talents on a national stage next month at the annual CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in Quebec City.

 

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