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Police, fire and city officials provide an update on the investigation into Tuesday’s ammonia leak
It’s unclear whether a Summerland man will stand trial or return for another sentencing hearing
Pilot safely makes emergency landing on a highway
Shoppers bid adieu to Sears and go in for a deal
Both the Okanagan and Shuswap region are anticipating a thunderstorm with strong winds, Thursday.
A recent survey found the average home has more than 25 devices that draw power, even when they’re turned off.
The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen wants to help businesses recycle more of their waste
Organizers hope to purchase a new ultrasound system that can be taken right to a child’s bedside
Rare form of cancer not responding to other treatments
‘The shifting line of what is crazy’ says Toronto-born astrophysicist
Tragically Hip join together at Gord Downie memorials
“It’s terrible. It will devastate the community for a while here. He’ll surely be missed.”
South Okanagan detachments assist in arrest of what police are calling a prolific offender
Health ministers set to discuss cannabis and opioids during two-day meeting in Edmonton
Quebec lawmakers have passed a religious neutrality bill banning face coverings
The trial looking in to the 2011 killing of a BC gangster is set to be delayed again.
Police still working on the case of Mary Esta, who hasn’t been found since a fire gutted her home
Health Minister Adrian Dix says he’s planning to head to the area to hear about the issue first hand
Daniel Ruff said he killed his roommate by accident as they fought.
Penticton has now moved into the recovery phase of flooding