Top headlines for the Okanagan and Shuswap for April 26.
West Kelowna fire crews had a busy evening Wednesday battling two blazes. The first started as a grass fire that on Drought Hill near Peachland just after 5 p.m.
No structures were threatened and crews were able to get the flames under control within the hour.
Later in the night a suspicious grass fire sparked in the area of Bering and Carrington roads. This blaze is under investigation.
The TSB announces its findings later this morning into a 2016 plane crash that killed four passengers, including former Alberta premier Jim Prentice. A news conference held at 9 a.m. will discuss the crash of the Cessna Citation 500 km outside Kelowna.
Good news for our provincial lakes after a scare near the Osoyoos border turned out to be a false alarm.
A boat thought to have several attached invasive mussels was stopped at the boarder by the auxiliary conservation officers; however the mussels turned out to be dead.
It will be a family affair this may when Prince Harry marries Megan Markle at Windsor Castle. Harry’s brother William will be the best man and he says it is an honour.