Kelowna News Staff

UPDATE: Person sent to hospital after vehicle stolen in Kelowna’s Glenmore area

Emergency crews are on scene of an accident, and there are also reports of a stolen pickup

Human remains found in 1973 still a mystery for Kelowna police: BC Coroner

March 11, 1973, remains were found of someone between the ages of 11 and 20 years old.

Updated: Serious 3-vehicle crash in Kelowna prompts RCMP warning to stay away

The RCMP is asking motorists to stay away from Sexsmith Road and Curtis Road

Province concerned over allegations of Kelowna social worker with fake degree

The ministry has issued a statement regarding Robert Riley Saunder’s employment

Green laser blinds drivers and airplane flying over Lake Country

Crime Stoppers is reporting a laser pointer incident that happened last week

Protosequence brings ‘face-melting’ metal to Kelowna

The Edmonton band is embarking on a West Coast tour

White smoke in West Kelowna part of mitigation work

The smoke is visible from Glenrosa Road and Corine Road

UPDATE: Body pulled from lake at Kelowna City Park not suspicious

Emergency personnel are at Okanagan Lake

City of Kelowna looks for feedback on transportation plan

The conversation will explore transportation options for the future

Garden party supports Mamas for Mamas

The tasting event will take place May 11

Phase 3 of Centennial Park improvements underway

The Rutland park is funded by the 10-Year Capital Plan

Peak Pride paints rainbow on Big White Ski Resort

Peak Pride returns to the mountain April 5 to 7

Can you dig it? Kelowna stresses safe digging this month

April is designated Safe Digging Month in Canada and the U.S.

Kidney Walk returns to Kelowna

The fight against kidney disease has three Okanagan events on June 2

Kelowna-Lake Country president of People’s Party of Canada resigns over ‘discrimination’

Daniel Joseph resigned over what he calls ‘racist, xenophobic and homophobic’ behaviour within the party.

Kelowna man charged in relation to Rutland gas station armed robberies

Kyle Watts-Watling has been charged with four counts of armed robbery

Speaker to discuss how bugs can save the world

Award winning author and veterinary epidemiologist, David Waltner-Toews will speak in Kelowna May 13

Peachland looks for volunteers for community clean-up

Community Clean-Up Month begins April 6

Day of health and families returns to Okanagan

YMCA Okanagan hosts 14th annual Healthy Kids Day May 5