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Highway 3 closed at Hope, vehicles being turned around. (Facebook)

UPDATE: New washout closes Highway 3 between Hope and Princeton

There is no detour available at this time

Highway 3 closed at Hope, vehicles being turned around. (Facebook)
Rescue crews on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021, in Merritt, B.C.(North Shore Rescue photo)

600 pigs and more than 100 dogs rescued from Interior B.C. flood zones

Animal Lifeline Emergency Response Team responded to both Princeton and Merritt

Rescue crews on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021, in Merritt, B.C.(North Shore Rescue photo)
Aisle at the Vernon Superstore. (Jenny Smith/ Vernon Morning Star)

Product shortage at Okanagan grocery stores, due to highway closures

Save On Foods was without produce Tuesday morning

Aisle at the Vernon Superstore. (Jenny Smith/ Vernon Morning Star)
View above Merritt. (

Access to Merritt prohibited, care homes evacuated as flooding continues

Interior Health has closed the Nicola Valley Hospital

View above Merritt. (
Ronda Caron took this photo of the flood in Princeton. (Facebook)

Man rescued after being swept away in Princeton flood waters; caution urged near river banks

Waters continue to rise in Princeton from the Tulameen River

Ronda Caron took this photo of the flood in Princeton. (Facebook)

Kelowna’s Pandosy Street transforms into small-town America for new movie

Reel One Entertainment has shot 18 movies in two years in Kelowna

Kelowna’s Pandosy Street transforms into small-town America for new movie

Reel One Entertainment has shot 18 movies in two years in Kelowna

Rainy end to September for Okanagan-Shuswap

The weekend is forecast to see sunshine and a high of 18 C

Sparks Lake wildfire the largest blaze in B.C.

The wildfire grew to 89,627 hectares in size

Daughter raising funds for Penticton dad paralyzed for second time

Nelson Vokey is paralyzed from the neck down following a golf injury

Kelowna Mountie charged with assault in high-profile wellness check on UBCO student

Const. Lacy Browning will appear in a Kelowna court on Sept. 14

No more extreme heat for the Okanagan-Shuswap

Environment Canada expects an unsettled weather system to hit the region Thursday evening

Favourable weather leads to evacuation orders being rescinded near Mount Law blaze

Crews continue to action active fire areas

UPDATE: Head-on crash flips vehicle on roof on Rose Avenue

The incident unfolded about 1:30 p.m. Friday in Kelowna

Kelowna hamster killer handed conditional sentence, not allowed in pet stores

Leighton Labute appeared in a Kelowna court on Wednesday after pleading guilty earlier this year

Coquihalla reopens to essential travel only, no stopping

Highway 5 is now open after wildfires forced a closure on Sunday

Penticton Overdose Prevention Society looks to raise funds to stay operational

The society hopes to raise $2,000 through a GoFundMe

‘Lisa’s World’: Years in the making a Kelowna resident publishes children’s book

Pamela Reesor wrote the book when she was 19 years old while living in East Africa

Comedy during COVID at the Kelowna Curling Club

Check out comedian Herb Dixon Aug. 21

Comedy during COVID at the Kelowna Curling Club

Check out comedian Herb Dixon Aug. 21