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Lake Country supports West Kelowna request for share of cannabis tax

Mayor James Baker supports the letter in principle, but doubts it will get far

Students frustrated by UBCO response to harassment allegations

Kelowna - Students were unaware of resources on campus

2014 murder case finally goes to trial

Steven Randy Pirko was charged with second-degree murder in 2016

Inquiry underway in Kelowna murder case

A preliminary inquiry is taking place for the man accused in the 2014 death of Christopher Ausman

The snow capped hills around Carr’s Landing

Andre Paris has posted another drone video showcasing Lake Country's beauty

Kelowna doctor featured in film

On a Scale of 1 to 10 will be released next fall on DVD

Car-crushing giants come to Kelowna

The Traxxas Monster Truck Tour is held today

Chance of snow and rain in Kelowna’s forecast

The next few days are expected to be cloudy with a few chances of rain and snow later in the week

Kelowna woman caught up in Hawaii false missile alarm

Renee Wasylyk was vacationing in Hawaii when she received a message of an incoming missile

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Semi truck recovered on Coquihalla

The accident occurred early this morning

UBCO psychology professor placed under supervision with focus on “boundary issues”

Dr. Stephen Porter has stepped aside from his teaching duties

Carli’s Cultural Connection: Chinese history in the Central Okanagan

Every two weeks, the Capital News will feature different cultures in the Central Okanagan

Civil suit underway for former West Kelowna assistant fire chief

Kerry Klonteig is asking for $150,000 in damages as the civil suit continues

Feature Friday: Climate change impacts Okanagan Lake ice

Warmer winters are contributing to less ice on the lake

Kelowna author reaches national bestseller status

Tyrell Johnston's The Wolves of Winter has earned spots in The Globe and Mail and Toronto Star

Rutland senior dance students offer powerful message

Kelowna - Pretty Hurts, a dance which encourages self acceptance, will be shown tonight at RSS

Snowy accident in West Kelowna

A crash happened on Boucherie at 1:30 p.m.

Residents want short-term rentals in Lake Country

Currently, the district doesn't have policies in place for short-term rentals

Evidence points towards smoking material as start of Kelowna fire

The fire on Cameron Ave likely started from a lighter or matches