Your morning news in 90: Oct. 31, 2018

Tune in for 90 seconds to get the top headlines for the Okanagan, Shuswap and Similkameen.

A Penticton woman is reflecting on a lifetime of family memories with Greyhound, a place she’s worked for 34 years that is closing its doors today.

For most people, work and family memories don’t go in the same box, but that is not the case for Penticton Greyhound franchise owner Lynda Verrier.

The tradition of Halloween is not rooted in candy, costumes and pumpkin carvings but in All Hallows’ Eve.

The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra will bring the power and majesty of Verdi’s Requiem to the Okanagan for its first-ever local performances.

RCMP officers in Nanaimo have made an arrest and brought six charges against a suspect in the violent home invasion in Sicamous on Oct. 24.

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