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Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip

The sheer monstrosity of Shanghai!

Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip

Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip
Part of the Xi'an Wall

Sensational Xi’an!

Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip

Part of the Xi'an Wall
Cindy Keith in China.

From Vernon to the Great Wall

Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip

Cindy Keith in China.
Two homes destroyed in Sunnybrae mudslide.

UPDATE: Two homes destroyed in Sunnybrae mudslide

A mudslide in Sunnybrae has sent two people to hospital with injuries.

Two homes destroyed in Sunnybrae mudslide.
White nose syndrome is a fungal disease responsible for the deaths of millions of bats in eastern North America.

Disease threatens bat population

Community Bat Program co-ordinators are collecting reports of unusual bat activity across Southern B.C.

White nose syndrome is a fungal disease responsible for the deaths of millions of bats in eastern North America.

Trucker found after 24 hour search

Rescued man in hospital with life threatening injuries

Challenge Penticton has added an Olympic distance to its lineup for July 23 with the half distance. B78 and Get Ugly Racing will also host the only official ITU Multisport World Championships Training Camp from July 20 to 22.

Challenge Penticton adds race, camp

Olympic distance and camp added to Challenge Penticton.

Challenge Penticton has added an Olympic distance to its lineup for July 23 with the half distance. B78 and Get Ugly Racing will also host the only official ITU Multisport World Championships Training Camp from July 20 to 22.
John Poon captured the winter chills in the Okanagan perfectly with his camera.

Spring weather not ready to settle in just yet

Bouts of late winter weather are expected for most of the country through March.

John Poon captured the winter chills in the Okanagan perfectly with his camera.
Copper Mountain wins again!

Copper Mountain wins again!

 Tonight Copper Mountain Mine is receiving a top safety award from the…

Copper Mountain wins again!
Demand continues to be strong at Okanagan Regional Library branches from Princeton to Golden.

Library branches experience steady growth

There was a 19 per cent increase in program attendance at Okanagan Regional Library

Demand continues to be strong at Okanagan Regional Library branches from Princeton to Golden.
There are highway closures and slippery conditions throughout the region Friday morning.

Closures hit Trans-Canada, while slick conditions exist on other routes

Highway 1 is closed in two different locations as of early Friday morning

There are highway closures and slippery conditions throughout the region Friday morning.
Motorists should expect wet conditions on roads and highways in the Okanagan

Wet conditions on roads, some routes closed

Water pooling on some highways while others closed because of mud slides and avalanche risk

Motorists should expect wet conditions on roads and highways in the Okanagan
Marge Noble was a volunteer at the inaugural BC Games that were held in the summer of 1978 in Penticton and the 2016 BC Winter Games in Penticton. The South Okanagan Similkameen Volunteer Centre are accepting nominations for the Pillar Community Innovation Awards to recognize volunteers just like Noble.

New way to recognize outstanding volunteers

The South Okanagan Similkameen Volunteer Centre are hosting the Pillar Community Innovation Awards.

Marge Noble was a volunteer at the inaugural BC Games that were held in the summer of 1978 in Penticton and the 2016 BC Winter Games in Penticton. The South Okanagan Similkameen Volunteer Centre are accepting nominations for the Pillar Community Innovation Awards to recognize volunteers just like Noble.
Extreme caution is being urged when driving icy roads and streets this morning.

Schools closed and works crews on overdrive

Residents ask to stay indoors if possible this morning

Extreme caution is being urged when driving icy roads and streets this morning.
Voter registration is underway for May's provincial election.

Voter registration notices in the mail

Voter registration notices are being sent across B.C. starting Tuesday by Elections B.C.

Voter registration is underway for May's provincial election.
Motorists have been stuck on the Coquihalla since Thursday night.

UPDATE: Coquihalla fully reopens

A number of major routes are closed because of avalanche concerns, snow, freezing rain and multiple accidents.

Motorists have been stuck on the Coquihalla since Thursday night.
Census data released today shows growth for Princeton BC

Hey Princeton – WE GREW!

Princeton’s population grew by 3.8 per cent between 2011 and 2016, according…

Census data released today shows growth for Princeton BC

Police identify woman killed in crash

Victim was volunteer firefighter from Tulameen

Cindra Lee-Renee John

Hope teen missing

Police asking for public's help to find young woman

Cindra Lee-Renee John
Snow is blanketing the Okanagan and Shuswap regions Monday morning.

Snow creates challenging driving conditions

Compact snow with slippery sections reported on most major routes

Snow is blanketing the Okanagan and Shuswap regions Monday morning.