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  • UPDATE: Man arrested after stabbing in West Kelowna

    WEST KELOWNA – A 45-year-old man remains in hospital with life threatening injuries after he was stabbed early Wednesday afternoon.
  • Backyard pools contaminating Okanagan Lake

    OKANAGAN - Backyard pools are a source of fun and relaxation for many Okanagan homeowners but if improperly drained they are a source of excess chlorine and contaminants for Okanagan Lake.
  • School board says superintendent's pay raise long overdue

    KELOWNA - A pay raise negotiated last year by Hugh Gloster, the superintendent of schools for the Central Okanagan School District, was long-overdue and well within the normal range for the educational sector, according to the school board chair.
  • Convicted murderer who rammed police in stolen truck released

    KELOWNA – A convicted murderer who Justice Peter Rogers calls a 'serial criminal' will be released from custody later today despite using a stolen truck to ram a police car just one year after being released from prison.
  • VIDEO: Five days at YLW in under five minutes

    KELOWNA - Five days worth of activity at Kelowna International Airport can be viewed in under five minutes, thanks to a recently-released time lapse video of an apron expansion project.
  • Motorcycle, cash and pendant stolen in separate thefts

    KELOWNA – RCMP are asking the public for help locating several items stolen in Kelowna and West Kelowna over the last ten days.
  • Kelowna man arrested in Edmonton drug bust

    KELOWNA - A Kelowna man has been arrested in Alberta after a search warrant led to roughly $400,000 worth of drugs and cash last week.
  • Kelowna charity sending aid to Nepal

    KELOWNA – A local charity that helps marginalized children around the world is collecting funds for displaced residents of Nepal after the worst earthquake to hit the country in nearly a century.
  • Rockets fall to Winterhawks in game three

    KELOWNA - The Portland Winterhawks defeated the Kelowna Rockets 7-3 on Tuesday night in Portland, taking a two-games-to-one lead in the WHL Western Conference final.

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