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Fire at Kelowna home sends three to hospital

The fire which was located on the second floor of the townhouse complex is now out

$13 million Kelowna cannabis facility deal terminated

GTEC Holdings did not give a reason for the purchase’s cancellation

Kelowna boy returns to school after recovering from possible Xanax OD

RCMP investigation found the drug to be a form of benzodiazepine, commonly known as Valium or Xanax

Gruesome details of Kelowna mother and daughters’ murder heard in court

Forman didn’t want his daughters to ‘grow up in a world where daddy had killed mommy’

Man carrying garden shears shot by RCMP in West Kelowna; police watchdog investigating

The man’s injuries are believed to be non-life-threatening, West Kelowna RCMP said

127 workers out of job after Kelowna Tolko mill shuts down ‘indeterminately’

Poor market conditions have caused the operation to shut down for an ‘indeterminate’ period of time

Bahamian Hurricane Dorian victims feel ‘overwhelming’ support in Kelowna

Fundraiser still on to bring Ferguson’s sister and her two-month-old child to Canada

PHOTOS: 4,200 senior athletes kick off the 55+ BC Games in Kelowna

Over 4,200 athletes from across the province are in Kelowna for the games this week

B.C. housing experts meet for conference in Kelowna

The conference saw more than 150 housing officials from across B.C. on Monday

Candidates showcase character at first federal election forum in Kelowna

Candidates new and old showed Kelowna what they’re about at the Mary Irwin Theatre last weekend

Cash for fake gold? Two Okanagan residents scammed

Fake gold was the subject of two West Kelowna scams last month

VIDEO: Kelowna man takes senior pug on six-hour cruise down KVR Trail

Neither Georgia’s age nor her disability prevented her enjoyment of the trip

United Way invests $150K for Okanagan fostered youth to go to post-secondary

The Youth Futures Education Fund helps former foster kids pursue post-secondary educations

UBCO receives $1.5M federal contribution for defence research

The university will be developing advances in materials for defence and security applications

VIDEO: Emergency crews rescue two hikers, dog stuck near Kelowna waterfalls

Kelowna emergency crews prepare to rescue injured hiker

Lightning strikes Peachland home, sparking fire

A home is on fire in Peachland following a lightning strike

$38.1M middle school to soon open doors in the Okanagan

Canyon Falls Middle School in Kelowna welcomes its first students Sept. 3

More ‘meat’ than usual at Okanagan-based vegan restaurant

One patron of Kelowna’s Naked Café took the establishment’s name a little too seriously

Okanagan teen saved by blood transfusion shares story, encourages donors

Isabella Perini, 16, survived a medical emergency last year thanks to blood transfusion

Kamloops outdoorsman stays a step ahead of his incurable cancer

The third annual Kamloops Multiple Myeloma March being held on Sunday, September 8, at 9 a.m.