City of Kelowna

The Nouissers stand outside their Peachland home which was the scene of an armed police response that may have been predicted by a swatting call on Apr. 16, 2022 (Photo/Gary Barnes)

‘What am I charged with?’ Peachland couple seeks RCMP apology after suspected swatting call

“They marched through my house with guns drawn going ‘clear’, top floor clear.’”

 

The Nouissers stand outside their Peachland home which was the scene of an armed police response that may have been predicted by a swatting call on Apr. 16, 2022 (Photo/Gary Barnes)

‘What am I charged with?’ Peachland couple seeks RCMP apology after suspected swatting call

“They marched through my house with guns drawn going ‘clear’, top floor clear.’”

 

Conceptual rendering of new building planned for the corner of Water and Leon. (Photo contributed)

Wedged out: Distinct office building destined for downtown Kelowna downsized

The Wedge received approval from city council in June 2020

 

The majority of city council voted in favour of this design for a new Salmon Arm flag in May of 2021. (City of Salmon Arm image)

Students tell Salmon Arm council there’s still time to fix that flag

Grade 9 class first wrote to city politicians in early 2021 to say the new flag just doesn’t fly

The majority of city council voted in favour of this design for a new Salmon Arm flag in May of 2021. (City of Salmon Arm image)
A still from the video taken of a violent arrest on May 30, 2020 in downtown Kelowna. (File)

Expert testifies force was unnecessary in Kelowna RCMP officer assault trial

The trial for the RCMP officer will resume on July 21

A still from the video taken of a violent arrest on May 30, 2020 in downtown Kelowna. (File)
(Jake Courtepatte/Capital News)

NHLers touch down in Kelowna for charity

Carey Price, Shea Weber among those batting for mental health

(Jake Courtepatte/Capital News)
(Flickr)

‘I am the one who knocks’: Breaking Bad props coming to Kelowna

Full-sized drug lab, prison cell, and chicken restaurant from hit show will be on display

(Flickr)
Ukrainian priest Dmitry Bodyu. (Submitted)

Ukrainian priest shares with Kelowna his experience as a POW

Dmitry Bodyu was taken hostage after the Russian military invaded his home city, Melitopol

Ukrainian priest Dmitry Bodyu. (Submitted)
Dmitry Bodyu, a pastor from Melitopol, Ukraine, Jonasz Topilolo and Krzysztof Zareba, church leaders from Poland arrived in Kelowna to give thanks for B.C.'s generosity (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)

Polish and Ukrainian leaders land in Kelowna to give thanks for B.C. refugee relief

Dmitry Bodyu, Jonasz Topilolo and Krzysztof Zareba, will be travelling across B.C. to speak about the war

Dmitry Bodyu, a pastor from Melitopol, Ukraine, Jonasz Topilolo and Krzysztof Zareba, church leaders from Poland arrived in Kelowna to give thanks for B.C.'s generosity (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)
(Photo - @chelscardno/Instagram)
(Photo - @chelscardno/Instagram)
A man is caught on camera reportedly stealing a van from Wicker Land (Wicker Land/Submitted)

UPDATE: Kelowna’s Wicker Land stolen yellow van discovered

A van containing a BBQ and a fire table was stolen early morning on June 21

A man is caught on camera reportedly stealing a van from Wicker Land (Wicker Land/Submitted)
Harry the iconic horse has been stolen (Diamond H Tack Inc./ Submitted)
Harry the iconic horse has been stolen (Diamond H Tack Inc./ Submitted)

Harry the iconic horse stolen from Diamond H Tack in Kelowna

The horse on wheels was rolled away at 4:50 p.m. on June 20

Harry the iconic horse has been stolen (Diamond H Tack Inc./ Submitted)
Harry the iconic horse has been stolen (Diamond H Tack Inc./ Submitted)
Quality of life indicators saw a drop this year, compared to the 2020 survey. (Contributed)

Quality of life in Kelowna good, but perceived getting worse: survey

“I don’t really want to take this report card home and show it to my mother”

Quality of life indicators saw a drop this year, compared to the 2020 survey. (Contributed)
Mission Creek is flowing at a height of 2 meters. (Jen Zielinski/Capital News)

Flood watch: Search suspended for missing woman in Kelowna water

The City of Kelowna declared a state of emergency on June 14

Mission Creek is flowing at a height of 2 meters. (Jen Zielinski/Capital News)
Male Redwing Blackbirds have distinct patches of red on their wings (File Photo)

Celebrating fathers of all species around the Okanagan

Happy Father’s Day to all kinds of dads

Male Redwing Blackbirds have distinct patches of red on their wings (File Photo)
The Mill Creek Flood Prevention Program restored a culvert that diverts water into Mission Creek (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)

Kelowna re-routing water to Mission Creek to minimize flood impacts

The Mill Creek Flood Protection Project phase one is now fully operational

The Mill Creek Flood Prevention Program restored a culvert that diverts water into Mission Creek (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)
(Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)

Kelowna RCMP search for sexual assault suspect

A woman was sexually assaulted by a stranger June 17, on Hollywood Rd. South.

(Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)
Okanagan Lake is now over full pool (File photo)

Okanagan Lake full and expected to continue to rise over weekend

The Central Okanagan Regional Emergency Program has announced that the lake is above full pool

Okanagan Lake is now over full pool (File photo)
Ron McMillan of McMillan Farms said that the city could be doing more to prevent flooding along Mission Creek. (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)

‘Lots of studies, almost zero action’: farmers feel ignored by City of Kelowna in flood event

Farmers and their livelihood have been impacted by the flooding along Mission Creek

Ron McMillan of McMillan Farms said that the city could be doing more to prevent flooding along Mission Creek. (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)
Onlookers gathered at the Okanagan Heritage Museum on June 14 for the announcement of the 2022 Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame inductees. (Jake Courtepatte/Capital News)

Newest class announced for Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame

‘Mr. Basketball’ among the four inductees

Onlookers gathered at the Okanagan Heritage Museum on June 14 for the announcement of the 2022 Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame inductees. (Jake Courtepatte/Capital News)