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Kelowna couple helps save dogs from being dinner

The VanRyswyks have helped save 8 dogs from the dog meat industry in South Korea

Okanagan woman free from breast implants

Dana Klassen has been living as a prisoner in her own body is now free

Creekside Theatre offers unique experience for cinephiles

The Lake Country theatre shows movies and documentaries twice a month

Family Day move restricts B.C. residents from booking into B.C. ski resort

The holiday, that now aligns with the U.S., Alberta and Ontario is keeping B.C. residents out of accommodation

Okanagan chef prepares special lunch for store after break-in

Kelowna’s James Holmes cooked up a storm to help brighten the employee’s day

Proper Man, born of whiskey and a muddy accent

The Kelowna band has released their latest music video, Kleptomaniac

Okanagan hotel offers ‘hourly’ rates for Valentine’s Day

The hotel is offering a special package for couples Feb. 14

Do you know about the Ogopogo statue at the bottom of Okanagan Lake?

An 8 foot tall, 14 feet long statue has lived at the bottom of the lake bed since the early 1990s

Okanagan woman prisoner to breast implants

Dana Klassen has been experiencing breast implant illness for past 18 years

West Kelowna singer auditions for America’s Got Talent

Laura Close will be auditioning for the show Feb. 9

Highway 97 remains closed after rock slide in Okanagan

There is no estimated re-opening time, however alternate routes are available

UPDATED: Alternate route highlighted as Highway 97 closure continues

There is no estimated reopening time, however alternate routes are available

Four charged in Canada Day killing in Kelowna

Three men and one woman are charged with manslaughter in the death of 23-year-old Esa Carriere

UPDATE: Man shot by police during arrest in Kelowna

RCMP are surrounding the CIBC at the mall in Kelowna

The Okanagan Death Café returns for another season

The event allows participants to explore the topic of death, discuss wills and listen to each other

Windmills returns to the stage for what could be the last time

The musician took a break from music for a year to recover from his last EP

Osoyoos musician, Kansas-Lee creates heartfelt piano based album

From busking to the piano, the musician can play it all

Thieves break into newly opened Kelowna coffee shop

The new location that opened over the weekend, has now closed for repairs

Fireside Festival’s flame grows for sixth anniversary

The Kelowna music festival celebrates B.C. music

Sarah MacDougall talks emulating the vastness of nature in latest album

The Swedish musician will perform in Kelowna Jan. 30