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WATCH: North Okanagan bear ‘on a walkabout,’ expected to return home

Conservation officer says something must have disturbed the bear

How to keep the hummingbirds fed during a cold snap

Four cups of water and one cup of white sugar is the perfect solution

Sledding injures tens of thousands of children each year

Several municipalities in Canada and the United States have banned sledding

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Coyotes spotted in North Okanagan school yard

Conservation Officer offers tips for students to stay safe

Coastal GasLink makes new request to meet with First Nation pipeline opponents

President writes letter following Premier John Horgan’s comments on law needing to be followed

New cannabis store to open in West Kelowna this week

Cheeba Cheebas Premium Cannabis will be opening up at 9 a.m. on Wednesday

Many North Okanagan roads remain an ice rink

Drivers warned to slow down, leave lots of space

VIDEO: B.C. man no longer faces charges for transporting bear cub to sanctuary

Conservation Officer Service faced storm of criticism after media coverage

Local realtor donates $10k to Kelowna’s Gospel Mission

The donation kicks off the shelter’s annual Stride to End Homelessness

Team Capital News joins Swinging with the Stars

Swinging with the Stars raises funds for the Central Okanagan Hospice Association

Kelowna Mayor says it’s too early to comment on Costco relocation

In September, Costco revealed plans for a 3.6-acre warehouse with 812 parking stalls and a gas bar

Whose boat is this boat on Okanagan Lake?

Boat frozen in place on lake south of Summerland

Freezing cold stresses need of drop-in centre for Salmon Arm’s homeless

People without housing keep moving to stay warm, someone freezing a possibility

VIDEO: Questions of racism linger as Harry, Meghan step back

U.K. MP says royal rift shows that Britain still has a problem with ‘structural racism’

GALLERY: Bear sightings continue in North Okanagan

Conservation officers say bears should re-den due to low temperatures

Kelowna to implement CCTV registry to help RCMP access video surveillance

The registry will record locations of security cameras in downtown Kelowna for quicker RCMP access

False alarm at Ontario nuclear plant triggers thousands of orders of iodide pills

Pills help protect thyroid gland and reduce cancer risk if radioactive iodine is released into air

SPCA urges province to include mandatory plans for pets during emergencies

Agency said recent floods and fires have shown a need to include pets