Kathy Michaels

UPDATE: Coquihalla back open

Route sees two closures in the early hours

Kelowna man convicted of fraud for scamming former Google executive

“If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.”

Tech help for vulnerable Okanagan women

Kelowna tech company YodelMe that’s created an app that allows people to stay in touch.

Weather alert issued for the southwest Interior

Winter has arrived in the valley

Rain expected for Halloween

Rain expected up and down the Okanagan valley this Halloween

Moment of silence today for slain Okanagan bus commuter

“Violence on public transit in this country has continued to increase…”

Las Vegas shooting victim goes offline to escape internet trolls

An Okanagan man who survived the Vegas shooting is being harassed by conspiracy theorists …

Has UBC Okanagan failed valley residents?

Peter Wylie, an associate professor at UBCO, makes the case that UBCO has not met aims it set out

Vicious dog attack leaves Kelowna family grieving

A Kelowna family is grieving following a vicious dog attack on the Mission Creek Greenway.

Accused killer’s fate in the hands of Kelowna jury

The jury is expected to start deliberating this afternoon

Kelowna’s opioid death rate tops Vancouver’s

Death toll mounting due to opioids

Michaels: The case for a little less #MeToo and a little more, ‘it’s them’

It shouldn’t be women’s responsibility to continually point out the prevalence of predatory behaviour.

Bargain hunters head to Kelowna Sears as liquidation sale gets underway

Shoppers bid adieu to Sears and go in for a deal

Bacon shooting: Trial delayed again

The trial looking in to the 2011 killing of a BC gangster is set to be delayed again.

Kelowna man tells jurors he killed his roommate

Daniel Ruff said he killed his roommate by accident as they fought.

Mounties look for answers in Kelowna murder, community reacts

Kelowna resident Russia Nicholson’s murder has rocked the community most risk of violence.

How good is being a woman in Kelowna?

Kelowna ranked 13th in nationwide study

Winter is coming

Kelowna and Central Okanagan expected to get a dusting of snow this week as winter approaches

Bacon trial: Out of control gang war

Trial into the 2011 murder of B.C. gangster Jonathan Bacon continues in Kelowna

Fraudster’s sanctions extended to B.C.

A Kelowna man has been permanently prohibited from trading and purchasing any securities in B.C.