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Switching seats with his female passenger within view of an RCMP roadblock near Princeton has cost a man almost half a year of freedom.
A former professional hockey player who hit rock bottom in Penticton should skate away from jail early in the new year.
Deficiencies in the school’s WiFi service were highlighted in results from a recent student engagement survey.
South Okanagan ski hill to open after business deal reached to purchase the resort out of receivership.
The B.C. Nurses’ Union said Sheoran was “lucky to be alive” following an attack that left him with a broken jaw and facial injuries.
A new report from FortisBC claims nearly 70 per cent of its customers are saving money through the so-called conservation rate.
Breach of Charter rights by police translated into a reduced sentence for a Penticton man convicted of number of charges.
A camera-toting civilian helped Mounties take a dangerous driver off the road this summer.
Penticton-area politicians now occupy three of the top four spots on two regional boards.
Enrolment numbers show the student population in local schools has plunged by 2,000 kids in the past 15 years.
Penticton woman sentenced to 45 days in jail after pleading guilty to thefts from a Penticton retirement home and local stores.
Summerland man recorded two friends having sex at a party and it didn't take long for the video to end up with police
Student athletes will be directed to not strip down court-side, following a parent complaint.
A brain-injured man who punched a retired Mountie during an incident of road rage has been spared a jail term.
A Penticton psychiatrist is “lucky to be alive” after he was allegedly attacked the afternoon of Dec. 5 by Gregory Nield.
Linda Van Alphen installed in the position of board chairperson of the Okanagan Skaha School District by acclamation.
Mounties won't release details, but want help to find out more about Shaun David Randall
Nurses' union says patient calmly walked out of a closed-door meeting and announced doctor may have been dead
One of the loudest advocates for federal rules to drown invasive species’ attempts to reach Okanagan lakes is cautiously optimistic
Man charged in connection with two shooting deaths near Princeton slated for five-week jury trial in Penticton