Karissa Gall

First Things First Okanagan speaker compares Liberal, Conservative climate records

Dr. Rose Murphy says Trudeau Liberals are Canada’s first ‘climate sincere’ federal government

‘I’m glad they’re gone’: Penticton neighbours react to standoff, arrest of shooting suspect

‘I would like to not have to worry about our safety as much’

VIDEO: Burdock House opens for Penticton residents experiencing homelessness

Residents started moving into the 62 supportive studio units in September

Penticton car theft matter adjoured, new charges added to case

Jesse William Shawcross is due back in court on Oct. 16

UPDATE: Shooting suspect surrenders to RCMP after standoff

The suspect was seen being escorted outside of the Maple St. apartment complex in handcuffs

Penticton book store raising funds for Carmi Elementary School library

Coles customers can make donations in-store or online through Oct. 6

Three RDOS communities recognized as age-friendly in 2019

Naramata, Okanagan Falls and Osoyoos are being recognized by the B.C. Ministry of Health

Penticton man banned from BC Transit services, local businesses granted bail

Dennis Baker is banned from Penticton Walmart, BC Liquor Store, Safeway, BC Transit, BC Housing

B.C. man with 68 driving-related convictions, declining health sentenced to house arrest

Roy Richard Henry currently undergoing chemotherapy for brain tumour, sentenced to CSO

Cleanup of bankrupt dump on Penticton Indian Band reserve could cost well over $1 million

RDOS staff say household tax required if $3.5 million in tipping fees waived as requested

Driver wanted in Penticton flees scene of serious rollover

32-year-old driver hid in brush after female passenger airlifted to hospital

Stolen husky mascot costume returned to Prince George humane society

Suspect nabbed after photo surfaced of them wearing the costume, riding a bike in broad daylight

How long to save up for down payment in Vancouver? One study says 52 years

Greater Vancouver, Fraser Valley and Greater Toronto markets round out the steepest three

Vancouver mayor ‘disappointed’ with financial compensation for 2015 oil spill

The city received less than half of the amount claimed for the Marathassa spill in English Bay

B.C. man recovering after bat bite, possible rabies exposure

Gilbert Deforge was enjoying a late-night fire with friends when he suddenly felt a burning pain

Vancouver’s luxury real estate market to get a boost: forecast

Sotheby’s calls for gradual, tenuous recovery for top-tier market through fall

Parents get C- for safe driving in school zones: BCAA

Annual survey suggests unsafe driving continues to put kids in danger

‘We’re not sure why someone would do it’: Vandal shoots out B.C. power line

This is not the first time someone shot glass insulators on the northwestern transmission line

One inmate injured after ‘major incident’ at Prince George jail

B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union says incident part of increasingly violent trend

Province announces $3.5 million in funding for community solutions to overdose crisis

Grants up to $50,000 will be available for municipalities working with a regional health authority