Kathy Michaels

Freezing rain expected on the Coquihalla

Wet weather expected to cause issues on B.C. highways

Heavy snowfall expected on Coquihalla

Snow forecast for mountain highways

Run, hide, fight — surviving an active shooter situation

A former Kelowna cop teaches how to survive an active shooter situation

REMEMBRANCE DAY: In war and peace, two Okanagan women share a one hundred years of history

“Think how wonderful it would have been if they had lived …Both of those wars took their toll.” (VIDEO INSIDE)

Snow stymies Okanagan commuters

Flurries created a flurry of activity on Okanagan roads

Sensory-friendly shopping hour for children with autism at Toys’R’Us stores

Toys ‘R’ Us Canada to host second sensory-friendly shopping hour Nov. 12 at stores across the country

Cold temperatures means early ice wine

Record setting cold temperatures saw some wineries get in an early harvest of the sweet wine

Temperature records toppled throughout the southern Interior

Cold weather hits the valley with a thud

Rainbow sticker campaign launched by B.C. business owner

Rainbow sticker challenge launched in Kelowna.

Michaels: What should the university do to engage more local students?

University gets close examination from one of its profs

Charges stayed for Kelowna woman accused of threatening former premier

“Janeckova will be bound by the terms of the bond for the next 12 months…”

Kelowna looks to deal with climate change

Kelowna council is set to take a closer look at how they’re going to deal with climate change.

UPDATE: Coquihalla back open

Route sees two closures in the early hours

Kelowna man convicted of fraud for scamming former Google executive

“If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.”

Tech help for vulnerable Okanagan women

Kelowna tech company YodelMe that’s created an app that allows people to stay in touch.

Weather alert issued for the southwest Interior

Winter has arrived in the valley

Rain expected for Halloween

Rain expected up and down the Okanagan valley this Halloween

Moment of silence today for slain Okanagan bus commuter

“Violence on public transit in this country has continued to increase…”

Las Vegas shooting victim goes offline to escape internet trolls

An Okanagan man who survived the Vegas shooting is being harassed by conspiracy theorists …

Has UBC Okanagan failed valley residents?

Peter Wylie, an associate professor at UBCO, makes the case that UBCO has not met aims it set out