A well-liked hairstylist has been identified as victim of a homicide earlier this week in Naramata, but it’s still unclear how her death is connected to two other recent slayings in the community.
A five-storey building proposed for a "low-profile" waterfront neighbourhood could be just the first of many changes coming to the area.
The proposed Aqua development on Kelowna's waterfront, with three towers up to 17 storeys, could swamp the skyline in the Lower Mission, city planners say.
New cases of COVID-19 in B.C. declined again Wednesday, provincial officials said, as they touted a first dose vaccination rate said to be among the highest in the world.
During the decades of the 1950s and 1960s, Kelowna’s Leon and Lawrence avenues were two-way thoroughfares, before the system of one-way streets began. East and west bound traffic had stop signs at the intersections with Water Street.
A city-owned property in West Kelowna once used to process sewage isn't suitable for farming, the provincial Agricultural Land Commission has decided.
A Central Okanagan fire department that attracted some controversy when two of its leaders wintered in Mexico despite the pandemic has a new chief.
A former Kelowna police officer who pleaded guilty Wednesday to breach of trust met his female victims at crime scenes, traffic stops, and even the RCMP lock-up.
It's clear sailing for a major new waterfront development in the South Pandosy neighbourhood after Kelowna city council's final approval Tuesday.
The family of a woman who drowned in Okanagan Lake is suing a former Kelowna RCMP member who they allege thwarted police efforts to investigate how Arlene Westervelt died.
All schools in the Central Okanagan will lower their Canadian flags to half-mast until further notice in honour of the 215 Indigenous children whose bodies were found at a mass grave in Kamloops.
Despite some initial reservations about the cost and mockery of the job title, the city has created a new $400,000, two-year position called 'Champion of the Environment'.
Two online fundraising campaigns are underway to support the families of three Kelowna high school students killed in a car crash.