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Report: Are British Columbians addicted to air conditioning?

A new report from BC Hydro indicates British Columbians are increasingly turning to air conditioning to beat the heat.

MVA disrupts traffic on Skaha Lake Road

It’s not believed there were any injuries in a two-vehicle accident just before 9:30 a.m. Friday

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Federal minister visits Penticton
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Penticton pharmacy establishes a used needle return program

B.C. Conservatives urge constructive solutions in wake of Greyhound pullout

Scott Anderson blasts NDP and Liberals for not doing enough to address bus cuts

More housing, subsidies urged for B.C. poverty reduction plan

Survey respondents want family options, and ‘not just in the ‘hood’

B.C. police officer investigated for writing tickets on fake violations

DPD officer Byron Ritchie was recommended for disciplinary action, but has been granted a review

B.C. First Nations move to ban non-native moose hunting in Chilcotin

Tsilhqot’in Nation target provincial government’s LEH moose hunts

Whale watch body wants closer access to other orcas as feds set 200-metre limit

Whale scientists say the 200-metre limit still may not be enough distance to help the animals

Updated: Evacuation order issued, Kamloops wildfire hits 380 hectares

A large plume of smoke can be seen from the city and the fire has closed Shuswap Road.

Angry giant baby Trump balloon makes him feel ‘unwelcome’ in London

Trump told The Sun newspaper that he felt unwelcome in London because of protests, including a giant balloon that was being flown over Parliament on Friday.

RCMP investigate shooting at Kelowna motel

A woman was sent to the hospital with a gunshot wound

Former Area D director planning to run again

Bill Schwarz plans to run for Area D in the upcoming municipal election

Getting to the core of Penticton’s downtown issues

Daytime problems only one side of downtown issues

Donald Trump showdown at the NATO summit: A journalist’s perspective

A sequence of events of how Trump upended the final day of the event in Brussels.

Supreme Court of Canada rules against tobacco firm in health data privacy case

The Supreme Court of Canada says British Columbia does not have to give a tobacco company access to detailed provincial health databases.

7 endangered rhinos dead in Kenya relocation bid: Official

Seven critically endangered black rhinos are dead after an attempt to move them and restore the species to the country in north-central Africa.

B.C. Crown says officer who used dog on ‘unpredictable’ suspect had no choice

IIO BC, which investigates serious incidents involving police, submitted a report to Crown counsel

Student whose throat was slashed in UBC dormitory alleges negligence in lawsuit

Mary Hare was in her room in 2016 when Thamer Almestadi entered carrying a knife, civil lawsuit says

Prior ready to ‘shake up the status quo’

Marie Prior, a long-time Penticton resident, has announced her candidacy

Link your name to the Penticton Regional Hospital

South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation has launched a new Patio of Giving campaign