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If the ample supply of cranes lining Kelowna's skyline aren't evidence enough, there's more cause to believe that this city is in the throes of a building boom.
Kelowna may soon have a fleet of bikes available for hourly rentals
Crown nearing end of case for Peachland man accused of sexually assaulting two women while the slept
Artist Laurie Koss was inspired by her friend's cancer battle to help her keep fighting
Kelowna hospital is way over-capacity as people flock to hospital with the flu
"If you are trying to figure out how to spend that fiver, consider taking a moment to unplug from the trite network of now and 15-seconds-from-now..."
"An approaching Pacific front will track inland and across southern B.C. on Thursday..."
The trial for the men charged in the 2011 murder of B.C. gangster Jonathan Bacon could be delayed
The man charged in the 2013 killing of Kelowna resident Theresa Neville appeared in court Monday.
The annual polar bear dip tradition carried on in the Central Okanagan thanks to some hearty swimmers
It was an unprecedented year for B.C. wildfires.
Clara Forman and her two daughters Karina and Yesenia were remembered fondly Thursday
Hoping that winter will let up? You're out of luck.
"Baby Mary" is Teanna Elliot, a Kelowna woman who was abandoned at birth in a Calgary parking lot.
Kelowna was a key location in a Surrey gang's drug trafficking network before the violence
"We wanted to make sure it didn't go by without being noticed..."
News from earlier this year that the Bargain Shop was purchased had the whole city talking.
Community embraces Kelowna resident's legacy
The first of our two-part Kelowna newsmakers of 2017 piece is floods.
Birdcount data goes back in Kelowna to about 1960; with some counts the data goes back to 1900.