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Curtis Sagmoen pleads not guilty to allegedly threatening sex worker with a gun

North Okanagan man Curtis Sagmoen accused of threatening sex worker with a gun

VIDEO: Close call with passing vehicle captured by dashcam on Highway 97

An Okanagan captures vehicle, passing on double soild line outside Peachland, on dash camera

Penticton’s Busy Beans Play Café is back in business

The indoor playground was forced to close for months following a flood in their building

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Smash up at Okanagan Spirits in Kelowna
A hundred more fire officials called to fight Eagle Bluff wildfire
People swarm downtown Penticton for Peach Festival
Update: Wildfire in the South Okanagan remains at 280 hectares

The scoop on Okanagan Falls Tickleberry’s summer ice cream numbers

For two months of each summer Tickleberry’s is hopping to fill ice cream orders

Penticton’s LocoLanding Adventure Park built on memories of love and life

Local busineswoman working to support children’s grief support group

Kelowna father pleads guilty to triple murder of daughters, wife

Jacob Forman pleaded guilty before a judge in a provincial courtroom in Kelowna Thursday

Quick BC Wildfire response results in Okanagan lightning strike fires doused

Lightning storm resulted in nine wildfires in the Okanagan region

B.C. conference looks at how First Nations can be involved in cannabis industry

Some First Nations are dead set against it, while some see economic growth opportunities

Remembering Penticton’s Sam Drossos, former owner of Three Gables Hotel

Sam Drossos died on Aug. 25 at 90 years old following a heart attack

South Okanagan crews battling multiple wildfires from lightning strikes

Most of the fires are listed as spot-sized, meaning less than 0.01 hectares in size or 10 x 10 meters

Update: Olalla Creek wildfire estimated at six hectares

Wildfire is two hectares and still classified as out of control

Stranded gold miner rescued near Princeton

Search and rescue was called out Tuesday near Coalmont

Penticton woman continues quest against preventable medical errors

Teri McGrath is hoping the provincial government in B.C. will act

Lightning sparks two fires in the Similkameen

BC Wildfire Service is reporting two blazes near Princeton

VIDEO: North Okanagan plant thief caught on camera

A kind gesture from a neighbourhood boy brings happy ending to tale

KidSport Week kicking off next Saturday in Penticton

Provincewide event from Sept. 7 to 13 promotes importance of sports for youth

Morning start: Fun fact, weather, and video of the day

Begin your day with a few conversation starters

Learn how a radio telescope in the South Okanagan may unlock mysteries of space

Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory to hold open house on Sept. 7

Cathedral Park mountain goats being tracked to avoid potential human-wildlife conflict

10 mountain goats have been collared and monitored using GPS collars since June