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Oliver man who killed brother to be sentenced this month
Kyle Louie, who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in connection with stabbing nearly four years ago, doesn't face a mandatory minimum sentence
Alleged doctor attackers still behind bars
Summerland man Gregory Nield will stay in jail while his new lawyer awaits reports
Okanagan jail’s cost to taxpayers deemed secret
Key information about the new Okanagan jail, including its long-term cost to taxpayers, remains locked away in government files.
Missing woman’s family says disappearance out of character
Roxanne Louie last seen leaving grandmother's home in Penticton to go meet friends
‘Moderate’ flood risk after record-setting snow in Penticton
Residents asked to help city crews clear catch basins as the big melt gets underway in the Okanagan
Nine days in jail for attack at Penticton motel
An assault at a Penticton motel that prompted a public warning from the victim has now landed the attacker behind bars.
Fire at Penticton motel deemed not suspicious
It may never be known what sparked a three-alarm blaze last week at a Penticton motel.
Active flu outbreaks hit three Penticton care homes
Interior Health official says numbers typical for this time of year, which is the peak of flu season
Penticton airport looms large at RDOS table
Following a year that saw medical marijuana and a proposed office renovation make headlines, one local leader is turning his gaze skyward
Penticton dial-a-doper rings up year in jail
Undercover member of RCMP drug squad arranged two small buys in parking lot of local grocery store
Roadblock turns up drugs, gun
Switching seats with his female passenger within view of an RCMP roadblock near Princeton has cost a man almost half a year of freedom.
Okanagan College looking for WiFi partner
Deficiencies in the school’s WiFi service were highlighted in results from a recent student engagement survey.
Former pro hockey player puts Penticton criminal matters on ice
A former professional hockey player who hit rock bottom in Penticton should skate away from jail early in the new year.
Mount Baldy to reopen in January
South Okanagan ski hill to open after business deal reached to purchase the resort out of receivership.
Two-tiered electricity rate working as intended
A new report from FortisBC claims nearly 70 per cent of its customers are saving money through the so-called conservation rate.
Penticton doctor injured by psychiatric patient still off work
The B.C. Nurses’ Union said Sheoran was “lucky to be alive” following an attack that left him with a broken jaw and facial injuries.
Judge chides police for ‘troubling’ rights breach
Breach of Charter rights by police translated into a reduced sentence for a Penticton man convicted of number of charges.
Camera-toting witness helps Penticton police
A camera-toting civilian helped Mounties take a dangerous driver off the road this summer.
Thief jailed after striking twice at Penticton retirement home
Penticton woman sentenced to 45 days in jail after pleading guilty to thefts from a Penticton retirement home and local stores.
Okanagan-Skaha school enrolment continues to drop
Enrolment numbers show the student population in local schools has plunged by 2,000 kids in the past 15 years.