Kathy Michaels

B.C. high school teacher faces sexual assault charges

A Mt. Boucherie teacher has been charged with child luring, sexual exploitation and sexual assault.

Okanagan College dives into cannabis courses

The college has adapted its programs in Kelowna

Kelowna gives generously for Maxine DeHart’s last United Way breakfast

Tears, cheers and lots of hugs at Central Okanagan United Way breakfast.

Peachland gets a cozy castle steeped in history

‘He was fighting the government and everyone’

2020 Memorial Cup to be a Kelowna-wide event

Kelowna will officially host the hockey event

B.C. man’s dealings in drugs and the dark web brought to light

Operation Darkness Falls results in arrest of prolific dark net Fentanyl vendors, including one from Kelowna.

Club Penguin announces closure

After 13 years in business, Club Penguin will soon be “sunsetting.”

Smoky skies bulletin issued for the Okanagan

A haze may return

Two sons lost to the opioid crisis, a mother calls for change

A Kelowna mother fights to stop the harm as Aug. 31 marks Overdose Awareness Day.

UPDATE: Four in custody, shots fired in Kettle Valley

There is a heavy police presence in Kelowna’s Upper Mission area

Veil of smoke lifted from the Okanagan, Shuswap

The veil of smoke has lifted and Okanagan residents woke up Monday to blue skies.

Okanagan cities to be stifled with a heavy layer of smoky air

It’s expected to be a really smoky day.

New app to help B.C.’s wildlife warriors

The BC Wildlife Federation released an updated version of the Conservation App

Okanagan air quality to deteriorate again

That clearing trend isn’t expected to last.

Puppies picked up by BC Wildfire crew to be returned to family

They were just leaving the Monashee Complex of fires when they found the cutest creatures.

UPDATE: Air quality improves slightly

Breathing conditions are improving, though still not ideal

BC Wildfire crew rescues lost puppies

They were just leaving the Monashee Complex of fires when they found the cutest creatures.

Kelowna’s Pride Marshal leaves Syria, finds himself in Canada

After a trip around the world, the Syrian has finally found acceptance

Animal rights activists to protest Kelowna’s RibFest launch

Animal rights activists plan on sinking their teeth into an annual event they say is unethical and unhealthy.

Wildfire smoke settling into the Southern Interior

Smoke is starting to get thicker