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Local trustees plan to ask their counterparts at the City of Penticton for some relief on school district power bill
After decades in use, the Crime Stoppers phone number — 1-800-222-TIPS — is easy to remember.
Standing room only in Penticton courtroom as community turns out to see two people alleged to have played a part in her death
Air Canada and WestJet cancel trips due to winter weather causing some to reconsider travelling out of the Kelowna airport.
Aboriginal community turns out to demand justice, as elderly pair charged in connection with Roxanne Louie's death agree to stay behind bars
A limited-duration rock crushing operation will begin later this month in a residential community south of Penticton.
Two people who arranged to sell a date-rape drug to an undercover police officer in Penticton will each spend 90 days behind bars.
Police confirm Roxanne Louie's body was found elsewhere, but investigation seems focused on Grace Robotti's trailer for now
Mounties confirm they've found Roxanne Louie, but aren't saying much more about how she became a suspect or when
Roxanne Louie last seen leaving grandmother's home in Penticton to go meet friends
Penticton volunteers joining other Crime Stoppers groups across Canada in January to celebrate Crime Stoppers month.
Key information about the new Okanagan jail, including its long-term cost to taxpayers, remains locked away in government files.
Kyle Louie, who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in connection with stabbing nearly four years ago, doesn't face a mandatory minimum sentence
Residents asked to help city crews clear catch basins as the big melt gets underway in the Okanagan
It may never be known what sparked a three-alarm blaze last week at a Penticton motel.
An assault at a Penticton motel that prompted a public warning from the victim has now landed the attacker behind bars.
Interior Health official says numbers typical for this time of year, which is the peak of flu season
Following a year that saw medical marijuana and a proposed office renovation make headlines, one local leader is turning his gaze skyward
After a teachers’ strike and civic election, the new chairwoman of the Okanagan Skaha school board is looking forward to a quieter 2015.
Undercover member of RCMP drug squad arranged two small buys in parking lot of local grocery store