Kelowna News Staff

Driver flees scene after colliding with pedestrian

Kelowna RCMP continue their investigation after a driver allegedly failed to remain at the scene

Lake Country tennis players earn top spots in the latest tournament

Ben Johnson and Antonio Braz won the Men’s B Class doubles last weekend

UPDATE: Rutland residents forced from home due to late night fire

Rutland Road South has been blocked off at Highway 33 while crews work to douse a fire

See how your decisions affect Kelowna

Interactive exhibits will be available for the public in June

Don’t swim in Mission Creek, says regional district

The Kelowna creek is flowing faster and is much colder with the upper elevation snowmelt

Fair raises $10,000 for Kelowna hospital equipment

Guests threw pies as part of the annual Blossom Time Fair

Fire destroys North Westside home

Police investigating after early morning blaze destroys house on Northview Road

Kelowna’s Shadow Ridge Golf Club beats the water

They pitched in and managed to get the upper hand on a soggy situation

Kelowna cedar hedge catches fire

The Kelowna Fire Department responded to the scene of a hedge fire Saturday

Lake Country residents to meet with district to discuss public beaches

Carr’s Landing residents are invited to provide feedback to the district

KSS serves breakfast for cancer research

The drive-thru breakfast is held May 24 from 7 to 9:30 a.m. at RONA

Evacuation order rescinded for Westside Road properties

West Kelowna - States of local emergency are ongoing in the Central Okanagan

Okanagan Lake could reach 2017 levels

The emergency operations centre is asking residents to prepare for flooding

Police boats are on patrol this weekend

Be boat safe in Kelowna

Search for Kelowna man continues

Martin Thiffault was last seen April 19

Cyclist hit in West Kelowna

Emergency crews were on scene at 12:30 p.m.

Military swooping in to help Central Okanagan

Canadian military helping Central Okanagan crews in flood preparation

Federal money to extend program to help youths enter workforce

Kelowna-Lake Country MP announces just under $308,000 for Career Focus program