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Wet conditions on roads, some routes closed

Water pooling on some highways while others closed because of mud slides and avalanche risk

Voter registration notices in the mail

Voter registration notices are being sent across B.C. starting Tuesday by Elections B.C.

UPDATE: Coquihalla fully reopens

A number of major routes are closed because of avalanche concerns, snow, freezing rain and multiple accidents.

Columbia Basin Trust extends funding to Avalanche Canada

Columbia Basin Trust commits $450,000 in funding to Avalanche Canada over next three years.

Erratic driver caught on camera appears in court

Penticton man facing flight from a peace officer, driving while prohibited and disobeying directions of a flagger.

Spallumcheen attraction has new owners

The Log Barn 1912: Vancouver-based group of investors takes over the property located off Highway 97A

Avalanche Canada issues Special Public Avalanche Warning

Avalanche warning covers North Rockies and parts of Cariboo and North Columbia Mountains

19 arrested in drug trafficking sting

Undercover officers able to buy drugs like cocaine, fentanyl and heroin in two-month operation

Five injured in Trans-Canada Highway crash near Revelstoke

Five people taken to hospital with minor injuries following three-vehicle crash on the Trans-Canada Highway near Revelstoke on Friday.

Revelstoke winter theatre preview

We take a look at what's coming up at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre this winter and spring.

Library branches preparing to reopen

All branches of Okanagan Regional Library will resume normal operating hours Tuesday except downtown Kelowna

Stuck gym lockers, job queries top 2016 list of reasons to not call 911

Non-emergency calls can delay the response to a legitimate emergency

Online texts saving Okanagan College students money

BCcampus’s Open Textbook Project is an online repository of open educational resources

United Way struggling to meet goal

Currently, the North Okanagan-Columbia-Shuswap branch is 47 per cent of its $260,000 campaign goal.

Workers reminded of safety during cold snap

With winter temperatures forecast to remain cold across B.C. in the days ahead, WorkSafeBC is alerting employers and workers to be prepared.

Revelstoke firefighters extinguish two blazes in four days

Revelstoke Fire Rescue Services called out to fires on Second Street and Mackenzie Avenue.

Revelstokians to show support for Standing Rock

Candlelight vigil on Sunday, Dec. 4, will show support for Standing Rock pipeline protesters.

Google Earth Timelapse tracks 32 years of changes to Revelstoke

New timelapse technology shows how the world has changed from 1984 to 2016.

Boat stolen from storage unit near Shuswap Lake

The 2014 23 foot Centurion Enzo SV233 Royal Blue/ Metallic was stolen Nov. 21.

Volunteers recognized with Spirit of Revelstoke Awards

A dozen individuals and two community groups were honoured with Spirit of Revelstoke Awards on Tuesday.