Bear statue stolen, Kelowna RCMP seek public’s help in getting it returned
Police say the statue was stolen on the morning of Monday, Aug. 14, from the front of a local restaurant along the 1700 block of Pier Mac Way.
Improvements to Kelowna intersection to begin this week
The intersection is being upgraded to an all-way stop controlled intersection to safely accommodate the continued traffic growth in the area.
Alberta man connected to ‘shelter in place’ warning arrested in Kelowna
The driver who was the lone occupant was taken into custody without incident and identified as Gregory Deviat, 35, of Cochrane, Alta.
Antique truck worth up to $45K stolen from Kelowna: RCMP
Marks in the gravel where the truck was last seen indicate that a tilt trailer was used to steal the truck, which is in showroom condition and valued at $35,000 to $45,000.
Philanthropist donates $1 million to Kelowna General Hospital Foundation
Kelowna, B.C., philanthropist Tom Budd made his single largest donation ever: $1 million dedicated to advancing brain health care at Kelowna General Hospital.
Kelowna RCMP investigate suspicious late-night fire
'Investigators have since cleared the scene, however are requesting any information or video from the area,' police said.
New medical clinic opens its doors in Kelowna’s Rutland neighbourhood
EB Medical Clinics also has a West Kelowna location, along the 2400 block of Main Street.
Intersection upgrades planned for Highway 33 and Ziprick Road in Kelowna
Active construction hours will be Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., though work may occur outside those hours.
Housing needs assessment reveals immediate need for more Kelowna housing
A new housing needs assessment shows that Kelowna must add between 19,000 and 26,000 new housing units by the year 2031, to meet the demand of the city's growing population.
Condo suffers water damage from Kelowna, B.C. fire
In the end nobody was injured and the cause of the Kelowna condominium fire, though not suspicious in nature, is being investigated.
‘It’s heart-wrenching,’ Kelowna homeowners say of Fortis BC’s tree trimming practices
One couple pushed for an alley arm to be bolted to the power pole, allowing the line to move toward the street and away from the tree, rather than trimming the tree.
City of Kelowna asking residents to provide feedback on infill housing
Residents have until Oct. 15 to fill out the 10-minute survey, which can be found on the City of Kelowna website.
Kelowna RCMP issue e-scooter safety message
RCMP advise that e-scooters should be ridden in Kelowna following the same rules as bicycles.
Kelowna Rockets to start season against Portland Winterhawks
Kelowna’s first two games of the season will be against two U.S. Division opponents: Portland, then Wenatchee.
Youth accused of assaulting Sikh high-school student to appear in court: Kelowna RCMP
The male youth was arrested on Wednesday and will undergo a bail hearing after police completed a preliminary report on the incident.
Concept plans for former mill site in Kelowna show multiple highrises, 3,500 units
The area would also include around 350 low-impact places for seniors or student housing, along with 225,000 square feet of retail space.
Kelowna woman says many residents unaware of city’s plan to borrow millions
City council voted in favour of using the AAP to borrow the funds, which would go towards the upgrades and replacement of several recreational facilities across the city.
Anti-SOGI crowd gathers in Kelowna to protest school policies
Critics say SOGI policies are forms of sexual indoctrination while the province says they allow schools to be fully inclusive.
Sikh organization calling for investigation into attack on Kelowna teen
Kelowna RCMP say several witness statements have been obtained and the male suspect in this incident has already been identified.
Project Literacy hosts annual fundraiser barbecue in Kelowna
This year, the event raised over $3,000, which will go towards providing free literacy support programs to children, families, seniors and those new to Canada.