Kelowna News Staff

Fire suppression system failure cause of flooding at Kelowna apartment

Tenants were evacuated from a complex Feb. 4 due to flooding

Readers weigh in: Should shock collars on dogs be banned?

We asked and you had a lot to say. Here’s some of what

UPDATE: Coquihalla reopened

Highway 5 northbound is closed, but a detour via Box Canyon Chain up area is in effect.

Arrest made in Kamloops kidnapping case

Robert James Rennie was located and arrested Feb. 21 by the Penticton RCMP

Crime Stoppers’ latest Kelowna-based unsolved crimes

RCMP and Crime Stoppers search info for incidents from West Kelowna through to Lake Country

Students use creativity to develop ads for Kelowna businesses

Aberdeen Hall Preparatory students are designing ads

Former homeless man hopes to inspire change for others

Dean Schaffler was one of the more recognizable men living on the street in Kelowna

Former homeless man hopes to inspire change for others in Kelowna

Dean Schaffler was one of the more recognizable men living on the street in Kelowna

World Community Film Festival returns to Kelowna

The festival celebrates its 16th anniversary

Line-up for Kelowna Fan Experience 2019 to be announced

The line-up will be announced Feb. 22

Teresa May talent agency opens in Kelowna

The agency will be holding an all ages open casting event Feb. 24

Kelowna Yacht Club announces new board members

The Kelowna Yacht Club enters its 74th year

Guilty plea from one woman accused of stealing from Central Okanagan Hospice Association

A woman accused of bilking the hospice association of thousands of dollars made a court appearance.

Okanagan College launches Indigenous cooking training

The program will infuse Indigenous-knowledge in its professional cook training

Okanagan College launches Indigenous cooking training

The program will infuse Indigenous-knowledge in its professional cook training

It’s time to prune berry bushes to help wildlife in Okanagan

Pruning will help keep wildlife away and be easier to pick when the berries are ripe

It’s time to prune berry bushes to help wildlife in Okanagan

Pruning will help keep wildlife away and be easier to pick when the berries are ripe

The Alternator calls for submissions for new Kelowna project

The Alternator is launching a new vending machine project for spring 2019

Contract expires for West Kelowna’s Jim Zaffino

Zaffino served as the first chief financial officer of West Kelowna

Three cougar sightings in Central Okanagan

Two cougars have been reported in Lake Country