On April 16, 2021, 110 people tested positive in the IHA, according to the BC CDC, one of the highest case counts in a single day.
Doris Maria Bregolisse
An accomplished radio, print and TV journalist, Doris joined Global Okanagan in 2004.
A graduate of BCIT’s broadcast journalism program in 1992, Doris has received awards from the B.C. Association of Broadcasters and B.C. Radio and Television News Directors Association.
During her time with Global Okanagan, Doris has anchored many of the daily news programs and now can be found anchoring the weekly 5 p.m. newscast, and continues to report on stories from around the Okanagan Valley.
She enjoys spending time with her family and loves an active life in the Okanagan Valley.
‘We are seeing unseasonably warm temperatures, so the B.C Wildfire Service is reminding people to please be extremely cautious,’ the government agency said.
Kelowna RCMP are looking for a grey BMW SUV that witnesses said failed to stop at the red light at Glenmore and Kane roads at around 2:45 p.m. on April 13.
“It was a little scary,” Tracy Burrell said of watching the fire running toward her property.
A B.C. Provincial Court judge has reserved decision on the interim release of a Vernon man charged with manslaughter.
“Fires typically burn up evidence,” fire investigator Paul Johnson said, but he did not suggest the blaze was suspicious.
Chase, a COSAR search dog, located the unwell man lying under a pile of leaves.
The collision happened on the apex of the bridge involving seven vehicles.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Every year, between April and May, local streams and creeks swell with melted snow from the mountains.
Boat rental companies across the country say proposed changes to boat operator licensing that could come in 2022 will devastate their industry.
Cst. Siggy Pietrzak was seen on video throwing numerous punches at a man who was being detained by other officers in Kelowna last May.
Gilles Laferriere suffered multiple broken bones during the crash and a man named Carlos died in the driver’s seat.
“I think people need to start getting their head wrapped around the idea that shelters are not a big city problem,” Sgt. Darryl Peppler said.
Following the deconstruction of the crane, fire, RCMP and insurance investigators will enter the site, according to the Kelowna Fire Department, to further investigate the fire.