Kathy Michaels

Run, hide, fight — surviving an active shooter situation

A former Kelowna cop teaches how to survive an active shooter situation

REMEMBRANCE DAY: In war and peace, two Okanagan women share a one hundred years of history

“Think how wonderful it would have been if they had lived …Both of those wars took their toll.” (VIDEO INSIDE)

Snow stymies Okanagan commuters

Flurries created a flurry of activity on Okanagan roads

Sensory-friendly shopping hour for children with autism at Toys’R’Us stores

Toys ‘R’ Us Canada to host second sensory-friendly shopping hour Nov. 12 at stores across the country

Cold temperatures means early ice wine

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

Temperature records toppled throughout the southern Interior

Cold weather hits the valley with a thud

Rainbow sticker campaign launched by B.C. business owner

Rainbow sticker challenge launched in Kelowna.

Charges stayed for Kelowna woman accused of threatening former premier

“Janeckova will be bound by the terms of the bond for the next 12 months…”

Kelowna man convicted of fraud for scamming former Google executive

“If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.”

Las Vegas shooting victim goes offline to escape Internet trolls

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

Vicious dog attack leaves Kelowna family grieving

A Kelowna family is grieving following a vicious dog attack on the Mission Creek Greenway.

Bacon trial: Out of control gang war

Trial into the 2011 murder of B.C. gangster Jonathan Bacon continues in Kelowna

Kelowna woman witnesses Las Vegas mass shooting

The Kelowna resident heard the loud crackling sound of gunfire and the screams of panicked men and women

Would you attend Schooly McSchoolface?

Central Okanagan Public Schools will be closing the call for a Mission school’s name …

Snow on the Okanagan Connector and other B.C. highways

Environment Canada says there’s more to come …

Snow warnings for B.C. highways

The Okanagan Connector may get some snow.

Former New Zealand politician found guilty of murder

Peter Beckett was found guilty of first-degree murder by a Kelowna jury in death of his wife.

Jury still deciding whether former New Zealand politician killed his wife

The Kelowna jury in the Peter Beckett murder trial is still deliberating

Suspicious West Kelowna fire knocked down fast

Residents of a West Kelowna neighbourhood took action when a fire broke out

BACON SHOOTING: Gangsters turned witnesses changed the evolving investigation

Justice Allan Betton released his reasons for rejecting an application to throw out the case