Kathy Michaels

Puppy abandoned on trail in Lake Country

"He was barking and terrified and freezing…"

Snow gives way to rain in Central Okanagan

Life is returning to normal after an intense snow day.

Snow stymies Okanagan commuters

Flurries created a flurry of activity on Okanagan roads

Capital News readers weigh in on mayor’s comments

Climate change, traffic and the connections between the two had people talking.

Cold temperatures means early ice wine

Record setting cold temperatures saw some wineries get in an early harvest of the sweet wine

Cold temperatures means early ice wine

Record setting cold temperatures saw some wineries get in an early harvest of the sweet wine

Rainbow sticker campaign launched by B.C. business owner

Rainbow sticker challenge launched in Kelowna.

Kelowna looks to deal with climate change

Kelowna council is set to take a closer look at how they're going to deal with climate change.

Trees fall and power shuts off as storm rolls through Okanagan

Lots for clean-up crews to do as the storm wreaks havoc.

Trees fall and power shuts off as storm rolls through Okanagan

Lots for clean-up crews to do as the storm wreaks havoc.

UPDATE: Coquihalla back open

Route sees two closures in the early hours

Central Okanagan buses still without safety measures for drivers

"It shouldn't take the death of a transit worker" for BC Transit to take driver safety seriously.

UBC Okanagan responds to report saying it’s not serving area residents

"UBCO continues to be a net contributor to the talented and entrepreneurial nature of the region."

Weather alert issued for the southwest Interior

Winter has arrived in the valley.

Moment of silence today for slain Okanagan bus commuter

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

Rain expected for Halloween

Rain expected up and down the Okanagan valley this Halloween

Rain expected for Halloween

Rain expected up and down the Okanagan valley this Halloween

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

Las Vegas shooting victim goes offline to escape internet trolls

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

Michaels: Remembering the importance of inclusion as we inch toward multiculturalism

Visible minorities now account for 7.8 per cent of the Central Okanagan's population