Kathy Michaels

Hot weather to hit the valley

Environment Canada issues a special weather statement.

Kelowna kids take to the sky with COPA event

The Kelowna Flying Club invited youth between the ages of eight and 17 to join them.

Former West Kelowna resident charged with child luring to face trial by judge alone

Jonathan Karl Bruenig will return to court June 25 to set a trial date.

Harlem Globetrotters headed to Kelowna for World Water Day

“We’re pumped to be heading to Kelowna.”

Kelowna homelessness count shows more people without shelter

Central Okanagan Foundation point-in-time survey shows hundreds without homes in Kelowna

Extreme religious views in focus for Kelowna custody case

A couple who used a God-channelling, stuffed-lion as legal counsel lost a custody appeal.

The inside track with the Oot n’ Oots in Kelowna

Intern Matthew Abrey sits down with a unique Kelowna family band

Kelowna man suffers life-changing spinal injury while visiting daughter in Australia

A GoFundMe account has been set up for Randy Lachmuth

Snow to hit Coquihalla, B.C. mountain passes

It’s back. Snow has returned.

Questions raised about Kelowna General Hospital limiting the use of its therapeutic pool

“It really gives me hope,” says woman who was paralyzed in a cycling accident last year.

Who wore it best? Penticton peach takes note of Peachland’s new landmark

“Is there a family resemblance here?!”

Pregnant B.C. teacher named victim of fatal crash

Students of Anne McClymont Elementary in Kelowna grapple with loss after death of well-loved teacher

Kelowna man charged in murder of wife, children yet to enter a plea

Jacob Forman was in court Monday and is set to return next week

John Mellencamp to play Kelowna in November

Tickets for the concert at Prospera Place go on sale June 1.

Okanagan drug dealer with gang ties could get 8 years

Donahugh McWhirter, 46, is being sentenced this week.

Airbnb hosts earning millions in the Okanagan

The Okanagan was among the list of three Canadian wine markets.

MICHAELS: Three hour nightmare on local roads highlights need for change

Bridge travelling folk deserve a decent commute

HODGE: Living life and watching hockey tube free again

Charlie Hodge offers his thoughts on recent events once a week in the Capital News.

Kelowna hit and run caught on camera

A dash-cam caught an image a local resident wants everyone to see

Deaf, senior dog gets home after five days lost in the forest

Willow, a Kelowna dog that went missing five days ago, is home.