Jen Zielinski

Fire in hills above Highway 1

A fire is burning in the hills near Craigellachie

Thunderstorm rolls into town

Both the Okanagan and Shuswap region are anticipating a thunderstorm with strong winds, Thursday.

Family surrenders 9 neglected dogs in Kelowna

The BC SPCA is asking for the public’s help with the rehabilitation of nine dogs

UPDATE: Man linked to Calgary homicide dies after standoff with Revelstoke RCMP

Mounties had weapons drawn and pointed at a small grey car

Highway 1 open after rocks fall on vehicle

Large rocks fell on a vehicle on Highway 1 outside Revelstoke.

UPDATE: Rutland grow-op fire under investigation

Emergency crews doused a fire in the attic and rear deck of a marijuana grow op

Drink up: It’s craft beer month

Celebrate October with a glass of your favourite local craft beer.

Cars for canines in Kelowna

Elite Auto in Kelowna is donating $100 from every sale to the BC SPCA.

Crashes plague Highway 97C

Emergency crews were called out to several vehical rollovers this weekend on the Connector.

First signs of winter hit Okanagan

A dusting of snow covered Big White Ski Resort on Saturday morning.

Cows shot to death near Kelowna

Two cows were discovered with bullet wounds in the Postill area.

Okanagan-Shuswap charities to receive grants

Much needed grants will be given out to 13 charies across the Okanagan and Shuswap.

What’s happening with Anna Zeitner

Find out what’s taking place this weekend in your community.

Stolen boat discovered overturned on Okanagan Lake

A boat filled with holes was discovered near Rattlesnake Island.

The hunt for Kamloops shooting suspects

Kamloops police release video of suspects in shooting death of gangster.

Missing Kelowna man found dead near Nakusp

Allan Ellsworth was last seen in Trout Lake, where he was vacationing, on July 31.

Man stabbed in violent home disturbance

A 26-year-old was rushed to hospital Wednesday afternoon following a stabbing.

Wildfires cause more than $127 million in insured damage

The two most significant fires in B.C. this summer caused more than $127 million in insured damage.

Kelowna’s dirt pile is disappearing

Work is underway to remove the north-end eyesore pile of dirt at Water Street and Sunset Drive.

Get creative, be compelling and win

Lawyer Paul Hergott issues a video contest to spread the word on road saftey.