Dad arrested after Ontario Amber Alert now in hospital

The father of boy who was the subject of an Amber Alert is in hospital

20 investigations launched involving fentanyl from China

RCMP says charges to be laid in Canada involving fentanyl shipments from China.

Federal NDP candidates make their last pitch

Federal NDP candidates make final appeal ahead of leadership vote

Round Lake car accident


    IPE Opening Day


      Fair-goers ready for 118th exhibition




          Finance Minister chides NDP for tax-change opposition

          Minister Bill Morneau says he’s disappointed by the NDP opposition to his “progressive proposal”

          Former New Zealand politician found guilty of murder

          Peter Beckett was found guilty of first-degree murder by a Kelowna jury in death of his wife.

          Smoke blowing into the Okanagan

          No new fires in the Kelowna area but winds are bringing smoke up from the US and Diamond Creek fire

          Omar Khadr visits with sister remain restricted, but can use internet freely

          Toronto-born Khadr spent years in U.S. detention at Guantanamo Bay

          Fentanyl death prompts mother to advocate for education

          “I would much rather have my daughter alive and using under control than dead.”

          Missing B.C. filmmaker found dead on Vancouver Island

          Twyla Roscovich, 38, had been missing more than a week

          Doctor’s fentanyl-laced pot warning may be false alarm

          Penticton sign gone viral on Facebook warns of fentanyl-pot mix; IH not aware of evidence of the mix

          Art sought for sale at Kelowna airport

          Program aimed giving travellers who pass through YLW a chance to take home a piece of local art.

          Greyhound wants to cut more bus routes in B.C.

          Company applies to chop nine routes, including Victoria to Vancouver, Prince Rupert to Prince George

          UBC Okanagan transit exchange opens

          The campus exchange is the last piece of the RapidBus system through Kelowna and Central Okanagan

          After 70 days, B.C. state of emergency to end

          About 153 wildfires are still burning in B.C.

          Bathing, meal times need work, residential care survey says

          B.C. Seniors Advocate finds 80 per cent get services they need

          Jury still deciding whether former New Zealand politician killed his wife

          The Kelowna jury in the Peter Beckett murder trial is still deliberating

          UBC faces new sex assault human-rights case

          Student files complaint alleging university failed to act after she reported a sex assault

          Building booming

          With four months to go, building stats already above 2016 numbers

          BC man saves baby squirrel in distress

          Peter Wheaton became an accidental hero when he saved the animal from several vicious crows.