Steve Kidd

Feds jump in to fund invasive mussels research in B.C.

Funding to help combat zebra and quagga mussels

Prime Minister Trudeau visits South Okanagan

No politics, just bigger-than-ever B.C. Day party in Penticton

South Okanagan woman returns from 6 months in Guyana

After five decades of service work, Merle Kindred shows no signs slowing down

Progress being made on Okanagan wildfires

Danger not over, fires could flare up again

Wildfire concerns cancel Penticton Bull-a-Rama

Fire, smoke and travel all factors in cancelling the event at Penticton Speedway

Neighbouring houses in Penticton go up in flames

Two Penticton homes engulfed in fire

New bat moving into B.C.

Canyon bat recorded at Skaha Bluffs near Penticton

Women rescued from Skaha Lake

Women carried out into lake by channel current

B.C. woman and dog chased by aggressive deer

After two scares with protective does, Penticton woman afraid to go out for a walk

Elvis lives again in Penticton

Elvis Festival back this weekend for 17th year

Penticton Art Gallery explores racism

International call for artists to contribute

Floods create ideal breeding grounds for mosquitoes

After the floods, pestilence

Evacuation alerts expanded in Similkameen

Unexpected rise in river prompts new alerts

Electric vehicles more affordable than you think: BC Hydro

Myths blocking road to electric vehicle adoption

Tracing their family tree

Sisters searching for Summerland connection

Boots on the ground wildfire training for B.C. firefighters

Firefighters from around B.C. will be in Penticton at a simulated wildfire training exercise

Researchers watching for spread of white nose syndrome

Spring bat reports can help monitor spread of deadly disease

Growing demand for skilled workers in the wine industry

A lot of work goes into creating a bottle of wine

Okanagan students joining March For Our Lives

Penticton students fundraising to join U.S. Gun reform march