Kelowna News Staff

Highway 97 clear following crash near Summerland

A collision between a semi truck and a car caused the highway to close this evening

Ballet Kelowna closes season with Spring

Spring will be presented May 3 and 4

Highway 97: Near Summerland now open to single lane alternating

A collision between a semi truck and a car caused the highway to close this evening

Update: Family confirms man killed in shooting at Salmon Arm church

Gordon Parmenter was the victim of what his family believes was a targeted attack

UBC Okanagan hosts bee talk

The free talk will educate the public in how to protect native bees

Mission Creek Greenway trail rerouting begins

The closures will extend through the first weeks of May

Kootnekoff: What is administrative law?

I am frequently asked this question. Administrative law is the body of…

UPDATE: Family confirms man killed in shooting at Salmon Arm church

Gordon Parmenter was the victim of what his family believes was a targeted attack

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Rain in cities, snow on highways

Kelowna - Special snowfall warnings are in effect across the Interior

Kelowna named No. 1 mid-size Canadian city for sport hosting

Kelowna was recognized by the Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance

Cyclist sent to hospital after being hit in Kelowna

The accident happened around 9:10 a.m. Friday morning

District of Lake Country tackles dog poop

The district has more than 35 dispensers installed and 100 public garbage bins

Bridges delivered to Peachland by helicopter

Hardy Falls Regional Park received 2 new bridges April 11

Time to renew memorial donations in West Kelowna

Those that are nearing 10 years are asked to be renewed or cancelled

Two Okanagan dailies axe Monday editions

Kelowna Daily Courier and Penticton Herald to cut their Monday edition

UBC Okanagan professor examines flood risk

Snowpack currently sitting in the Okanagan Valley is 80% of normal

Great options for hopeful employees at career fair in Kelowna

The Black Press Extreme Career Fair is taking place at the Rutland Centennial Hall

Kelowna police hunt for thief who stole cash register from candy store

This individual has sticky fingers after he stole from So Sweet Candy.

‘Heavy snow’ leads to delays on Coquihalla, Okanagan highways

Poor driving conditions expected in B.C.’s interior

Kelowna Council looks to tackle increased crime downtown

Council was presented with recommendations from RCMP April 8