Kelowna takes back the night

Kelowna residents march to end sexual violence

  • Sep 15th, 2017

UPDATE: Cleanup continues at Chase accident scene

Still waiting for information on Sept. 14 accident at TCH and Sunnybrae

Suspicious West Kelowna fire knocked down fast

Residents of a West Kelowna neighbourhood took action when a fire broke out

Round Lake car accident


    IPE Opening Day


      Fair-goers ready for 118th exhibition




          Improvised bomb injures 22 on London subway train

          Police say the explosion was a terrorist attack, the fifth in Britain this year

          Minimum wage goes up 50 cents across B.C.

          Increase is part of the B.C. NDP’s plan to hit $15 per hour by 2021

          Finding a job takes work

          The first Black Press Extreme Education & Career Fair was held in Kelowna Thursday

          Hockey parent takes the stand in fraud trial

          Vernon hockey dad and coach testifies in failed hockey trip trial

          Todd Stone considers bid for B.C. Liberal leadership

          Kamloops-South Thompson MLA will have until December to declare

          • Sep 14th, 2017

          Jobs well done

          A couple of RDNO employees have earned recognition for a job well done

          Council encourages community spruce-up

          City of Armstrong bylaw enforcement receives report showing 19 unsightly premises complaint

          Greenbelt rezoning for housing proposal

          Lake Country council to weigh merits of new subdivision

          Workshop for entrepreneurs returns

          Kelowna - The workshop takes place Sept. 26 at Okanagan College in Vernon

          B.C. cities want more money, and more talk, on legal pot

          A Union of B.C. Municipalities resolution says municipalities want help enforcing marijuana rules

          Delays on Alexis Park Drive

          Two-vehicle accident causes Thursday afternoon delays

          Young bull moose makes himself at home among the cows

          Cattle don’t seem to mind the unusual visitor to the Bella Coola valley

          See a crash, snap a pic, face the fine

          Gawker receives $368 fine for snapping photo of collision while driving

          Liberal MLA’s list for next leader ‘out of touch’

          NDP MLA responds to Laurie Throness’ ideas to build mountain and more

          Councillor questions cannabis advertising

          Township of Langley council asking for marijuana advertising to be regulated the same as tobacco