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Highway 1, about 30 km east of Revelstoke, looking east. (DriveBC)

Avalanche control work to close Highway 1 between Revelstoke and Golden

Road is expected to close at 2 p.m. and reopen at 4 p.m.

 

Rhonda Caron posted this photo to Facebook of the flooding in Princeton on Monday, Nov. 15, 2021. Over 290 homes were evacuated in Princeton and the entire town of 7,000 residents of Merritt have been evacuated from flooding. (Facebook)

Temporary homes in Princeton to house seniors displaced by flooding almost 1.5 years ago

Seniors were forced to leave the Silver Crest apartment buildings due to severe damage

 

Sicamous RCMP, assisted by Salmon Arm RCMP and Kelowna specialized forces, arrested a Salmo man on two outstanding warrants in a Malakwa RV park on Tuesday, March 21, 2023. (Black Press file photo)

Salmo man arrested in Shuswap RV park after 5-hour standoff

Tear gas used in Malakwa arrest by Salmon Arm, Sicamous RCMP and region’s Emergency Response Team

 

RCMP cruiser. (Black Press file photo)
RCMP cruiser. (Black Press file photo)

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Kelowna RCMP. (File photo)
Kelowna RCMP. (File photo)
What is left of the Golden courthouse after a fire ripped through the building on March 13. Photo taken Monday March 20. (Image/ Laura Larose)

Hearings moved to Ramada after Golden courthouse fire

Traffic, ticket, or bylaw matters set for March 23, 29 and 30 will be at the Ramada

What is left of the Golden courthouse after a fire ripped through the building on March 13. Photo taken Monday March 20. (Image/ Laura Larose)
Transit commuter Jamie O'Neill and his son Greyson, might have to move out of Chilliwack if the transit strike in the Fraser Valley persists. (Jamie O'Neill photo)

Transit strike in eastern Fraser Valley could end up costing man his job in Vancouver

‘I am looking at moving out of Chilliwack now because I am screwed,’ says commuter dad

Transit commuter Jamie O'Neill and his son Greyson, might have to move out of Chilliwack if the transit strike in the Fraser Valley persists. (Jamie O'Neill photo)
An 18-year-old Abbotsford driver has been charged after allegedly spitting in the face of two officers following a traffic stop on Monday night (March 20). His parents’ Honda CRV was also impounded for seven days. (Abbotsford Police Department photo)

Abbotsford teen driver spits in face of cops following traffic stop

18-year-old driver receives slew of charges, including parents’ car impounded for seven days

An 18-year-old Abbotsford driver has been charged after allegedly spitting in the face of two officers following a traffic stop on Monday night (March 20). His parents’ Honda CRV was also impounded for seven days. (Abbotsford Police Department photo)
A woman had a gun pointed at when she tried to take her stolen bike back in Penticton. (File photo)

Gun allegedly pointed at Penticton woman while trying to retrieve stolen bike

Man who was arrested with replica gun has convictions for sex assault, obstructing an officer

A woman had a gun pointed at when she tried to take her stolen bike back in Penticton. (File photo)
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Iceberg Homes, maximize living spaces within City limits. (HAVAN photo)
An unmarked police vehicle was involved in a collision with a civilian vehicle on March 20. (Brittney Webster/Capital News)

Unmarked police vehicle involved in collision downtown Kelowna

The incident occurred at approximately 5p.m.

An unmarked police vehicle was involved in a collision with a civilian vehicle on March 20. (Brittney Webster/Capital News)
RCMP crest. (Black Press Media files)

Home hit by bullets in drive-by shooting near Clearwater; police investigating

No injuries reported as a result of the incident, police still on scene

RCMP crest. (Black Press Media files)
Camper destroyed by flames. (Jacqueline Gelineau/ Capital News)

UPDATE: Fire destroys camper, spreads to homes in West Kelowna

Emergency crews responding to Tuscany Drive area

Camper destroyed by flames. (Jacqueline Gelineau/ Capital News)
Linesman Lonnie Cameron, who was honoured before the game for working his 1,500th NHL game laughs as the Vancouver Canucks and Anaheim Ducks play during first period NHL hockey action in Vancouver, on Monday February 25, 2019. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck)

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Linesman Lonnie Cameron, who was honoured before the game for working his 1,500th NHL game laughs as the Vancouver Canucks and Anaheim Ducks play during first period NHL hockey action in Vancouver, on Monday February 25, 2019. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck)
A man was found with gunshot wounds along Bastion Street in downtown Nanaimo at approximately 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 18. (file photo)

Man shot in face in downtown Nanaimo

Victim hospitalized with serious but non-life-threatening injuries after March 18 incident

A man was found with gunshot wounds along Bastion Street in downtown Nanaimo at approximately 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 18. (file photo)
A two-vehicle crash at Springfield Road between Leckie and Durnin Road is stalling traffic on Saturday, March 18. (Jordy Cunningham/Capital News)
A two-vehicle crash at Springfield Road between Leckie and Durnin Road is stalling traffic on Saturday, March 18. (Jordy Cunningham/Capital News)
A suspect was arrested for making threats while brandishing a toy bow and arrow with a syringe attached. (Photos submitted)

Suspect with syringe affixed to toy bow and arrow makes threats at Nanaimo mall

32-year-old suspect arrested after chase, remains in custody

A suspect was arrested for making threats while brandishing a toy bow and arrow with a syringe attached. (Photos submitted)
Pam Alexis, B.C. minister of agriculture and food, said the $5 million she was announcing on March 16 in Chilliwack will protect farmers and their animals from animal diseases, which in turn will protect B.C.’s economy and food security. (Jennifer Feinberg/ The Chilliwack Progress)

B.C. creates $5M animal-disease response program to make farmers, ranchers more resilient

‘Quicker, better’ response coming for B.C. outbreaks of avian influenza, swine fever: ag minister

Pam Alexis, B.C. minister of agriculture and food, said the $5 million she was announcing on March 16 in Chilliwack will protect farmers and their animals from animal diseases, which in turn will protect B.C.’s economy and food security. (Jennifer Feinberg/ The Chilliwack Progress)
Correctional officers came across a pigeon with a mini backpack on Feb. 27 at Matsqui Institution in Abbotsford. (Stock photo by Couleur from Pixabay)

Backpack-wearing pigeon caught ‘in training’ at Abbotsford prison

Officers’ union president says no drugs found, unlike previous incident in December

Correctional officers came across a pigeon with a mini backpack on Feb. 27 at Matsqui Institution in Abbotsford. (Stock photo by Couleur from Pixabay)