Dustin Godfrey

Hurdles shipping wine to Ontario, nevermind U.S.

B.C. wine advocate says he’s more worried about interprovincial liquor trade than trade with the U.S.

Six-figure McLaren takes a beating near Osoyoos

Driver, 28, and passenger, 50, were sent to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries

A B.C. family forced to live in the bush

A family forced into living in the hills above Penticton doesn’t know where to go

Doctor’s fentanyl-laced pot warning may be false alarm

Penticton sign gone viral on Facebook warns of fentanyl-pot mix; IH not aware of evidence of the mix

Diamond Creek fire doubles in size in Canada

The Canadian portion of the fire has grown from 1,700 hectares to over 4,000 since Thursday

Six years of grief for murdered woman’s family

Family of slain Penticton woman struggling through civil litigation against convicted murderer

Andrew Scheer talks cabinet shuffle, NAFTA at Naramata event

The federal leader of the opposition spoke at an event at a Naramata winery Monday evening

WATCH: Smoke doesn’t hamper B.C. Day celebrations

Penticton’s festivities still brought hundreds to Gyro Park, despite air quality warnings

UPDATE: Smoky skies forecast for Okanagan mellows

Despite a previous forecast for a high risk on Saturday, the Okanagan is now looking more moderate

IH struggles to reach middle-class drug users

Middle-class users are among the most isolated, according to an Interior Health official

UPDATED: Christy Clark to step down as BC Liberal leader

Clark’s resignation, as both party leader and MLA, will take effect Aug. 4

Health officials battling damaging fentanyl myths

The B.C. CDC says some myths can cause hesitance to using life-saving measures on an overdose victim

Penticton bush fire became “massive” from large, dead trees

Fire significantly damaged one home’s roof, with another home seeing a minor fire

UNDER EVACUATION: Hope for 100 Mile resident in Penticton

A 100 Mile evacuee says the community will rebuild stronger than before when they return home

Penticton man’s wildfire aide efforts bearing fruit

Allan Love says he’s already sent out a pickup load of supplies and found housing for some evacuees

Penticton man sets up Facebook group to help fire evacuees

Members offering a place to stay, food, clothing and any other needs of those displaced by wildfires

UPDATE: Oyama fire under control

Blaze dealt with by Oyama fire department.

With legalization coming down the pike, pot charges are still being laid

The Okanagan saw over 60 cases involving pot in 2016, a decrease of nearly 20 from the year before

Iconic Penticton sign getting a makeover

Next week’s new paint job will be the sign’s first in around half a decade

Courtroom rabble rouser granted internet access in jail

That access is intended to help Louie build his case in defence of several charges for gun smuggling