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Summerland mayor receives dead rats

Two rodents have been delivered to Peter Waterman’s doorstep

Second lawsuit this week filed against jail

Inmate claims he was stabbed by another inmate while in protective custody

OBWB out front on mussel disaster prevention

Water board hoping others will share their sense of urgency

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Four years for discharging shotgun in home, school break-in

Yvon Martel also threatened his wife and broke into an elementary school

Inmate suing Okanagan Correctional over alleged assault

Inmate claims an officer grabbed him by the throat and threw him onto the bed

Uber official says public needs to push for ridesharing in B.C.

Mike van Hemmen tells Kelowna Chamber of commerce ridesharing would be ‘win-win-win’

Indigenous hockey legend skates through Oliver

Multiple record-holder Reggie Leach attended an event honouring old Indigenous hockey players

VIDEO: Government approves funding of $750,000 drug for B.C. woman

Approval comes one day after province announces funding for Soliris on a case-by-case basis

Winning Lotto 6/49 purchased in Kelowna

Some lucky man or woman purchased a winning 6/49 ticket in Kelowna.

Snow warning for the Coquihalla

Driving through highway passes will require some extra caution today.

One person sent to hospital after fire near Keremeos

Fire ripped through a shed and Winnebego at Sunkatchers RV Park Co-operative

North Okanagan-Shuswap School District faces capacity challenges

Space and capacity challenges highlighted at district school board of education meeting in Armstrong

Kids, the great outdoors and technology

UBCO study says send your kids outside but let them take their electronic devices

Penticton man fights to stay in Canada, keep life-saving health care

If Kris Reyes is denied permanent residency, the cost of his dialysis would run too high to keep up

Making the case for and against a $15 per hour minimum wage in B.C.

Fair Wages Commission hears both sides during a stop in Kelowna

Major grant bolsters Penticton doctors research on pain

Local research team is headed by Penticton rheumatologist

Summerland business provides cannabidiol products

Products contain medical benefits of cannabis, but with no psychoactive properties

Flaggers unite on Okanagan highway

Traffic Control Personnel respond to colleague hit in Lavington

Liberal leadership hopeful makes short stop

Dianne Watts to visit Salmon Arm and Vernon for one-hour meet-and-greets Wednesday

Shock hits Okanagan flagging company

Experienced employee battling serious injuries after being hit by a car