BREAKING: Jury finds Derek Saretzky guilty of triple murder

Derek Saretzky has been found guilty of 1st-degree murder in the deaths of toddler, father & senior

‘This isn’t a working legislature,’ Premier Clark says

Won’t advise an election call, but ‘won’t lie’ either

Man drowns in rafting incident on Channel

Emergency crews responded to the scene where a man drowned Wednesday afternoon

  • Jun 28th, 2017

Surplus enough for new B.C. Liberal promises, de Jong says

Financial update released early before government falls

Suspect nabbed while hitchhiking

A suspect who sparked a multi-detachment man hunt has been captured by police.

Man rushed to hospital with serious burns
  • 2 hours ago


Armed men make off with cash and cigarettes


Mounties get their…building


Ukulele grand jam in Salmon Arm


Canada 150: Keeping culture alive through dance and theatre

Canadians use plays, music as a way to stay connected to roots

Wildfire breaks out near Cawston

Fire near Cawston now under control

  • Jun 27th, 2017

Busy weekend for police

Concerns growing about Penticton street life

The City of Penticton is looking for solutions

Trial begins for man accused in shotgun incident at Penticton elementary school

The trial for a man who allegedly discharged a shotgun at the door of a École Entre Lacs school began Tuesday

PIB reminding residents of the rules on band land

In an information campaign, the Penticton Indian Band is also garnering input on safety issues

Mounties get their…building

Kelowna’s new Police Services Building officially opens.

Youth fight involving pepper spray

Penticton RCMP files from the week

UPDATE: B.C. Liberals question NDP’s ability to to govern

NDP’s Mike Farnworth calls Mike de Jong’s request ‘insulting’

Kelowna woman facing charges of uttering death threats to Clark, Thomson

Special prosecutor has approved charges against Pavla Janeckova of Kelowna

Armed men make off with cash and cigarettes

Police are looking for two armed men who robbed the Foodland grocery store

Overdose rate climbing in the Okanagan

The Okanagan has had 50 overdose deaths in first four months of 2017 compared to 76 in all of 2016

One in eight B.C. kids enrolled in independent schools: report

Fraser Institute study finds that public school enrolment is falling