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Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip

The sheer monstrosity of Shanghai!

Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip

Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip
Part of the Xi'an Wall

Sensational Xi’an!

Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip

Part of the Xi'an Wall
Cindy Keith in China.

From Vernon to the Great Wall

Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip

Cindy Keith in China.
Two homes destroyed in Sunnybrae mudslide.

UPDATE: Two homes destroyed in Sunnybrae mudslide

A mudslide in Sunnybrae has sent two people to hospital with injuries.

Two homes destroyed in Sunnybrae mudslide.
A terrifying and fire-filled crash has closed Highway 1 for the majority of the day.

UPDATE: One dead in four-vehicle crash; Trans-Canada Highway reopened

The Trans-Canada Highway has reopened from Revelstoke to Golden following a fatal crash

A terrifying and fire-filled crash has closed Highway 1 for the majority of the day.
A moose runs through the intersection of Mackenzie Avenue and First Street into Grizzly Plaza.

Moose on the loose!

Revelstoke are used to seeing bears wander around town — but a moose sighting is definitely not a common occurrence.

A moose runs through the intersection of Mackenzie Avenue and First Street into Grizzly Plaza.
David Glass is bringing the A.B. Project to Revelstoke on April 8-9.

International youth theatre workshop coming to Revelstoke

Revelstoke to host David Glass & his experimental youth theatre workshop about youth response to Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik

David Glass is bringing the A.B. Project to Revelstoke on April 8-9.
Demand continues to be strong at Okanagan Regional Library branches from Princeton to Golden.

Library branches experience steady growth

There was a 19 per cent increase in program attendance at Okanagan Regional Library

Demand continues to be strong at Okanagan Regional Library branches from Princeton to Golden.
Motorists should expect wet conditions on roads and highways in the Okanagan

Wet conditions on roads, some routes closed

Water pooling on some highways while others closed because of mud slides and avalanche risk

Motorists should expect wet conditions on roads and highways in the Okanagan
Voter registration is underway for May's provincial election.

Voter registration notices in the mail

Voter registration notices are being sent across B.C. starting Tuesday by Elections B.C.

Voter registration is underway for May's provincial election.
Avalanche Canada has issued a Special Public Avalanche Warning for the North Rockies and parts of the Cariboo and North Columbia forecast regions.

Avalanche Canada issues Special Public Avalanche Warning

Avalanche warning covers North Rockies and parts of Cariboo and North Columbia Mountains

Avalanche Canada has issued a Special Public Avalanche Warning for the North Rockies and parts of the Cariboo and North Columbia forecast regions.
Okanagan Regional Library branches will resume operations Tuesday after being closed for the Christmas holiday.

Library branches preparing to reopen

All branches of Okanagan Regional Library will resume normal operating hours Tuesday except downtown Kelowna

Okanagan Regional Library branches will resume operations Tuesday after being closed for the Christmas holiday.
British Columbians can expect an increase in many premiums and utility fees in 2017.

New year brings higher costs for British Columbians

Canadian Taxpayers Federation points the finger at provincial and local governments

British Columbians can expect an increase in many premiums and utility fees in 2017.
Emergency dispatchers received some unusual phone calls in 2016.

Stuck gym lockers, job queries top 2016 list of reasons to not call 911

Non-emergency calls can delay the response to a legitimate emergency

Emergency dispatchers received some unusual phone calls in 2016.
The North Okanagan-Columbia-Shuswap United Way is urging residents to support community programs.

United Way struggling to meet goal

Currently, the North Okanagan-Columbia-Shuswap branch is 47 per cent of its $260,000 campaign goal.

The North Okanagan-Columbia-Shuswap United Way is urging residents to support community programs.
Enter the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce contest and win an all inclusive trip to China to see the Great Wall

Dreaming of visiting China? Win a trip of a lifetime!

You could win an all-inclusive tour through Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai and Suzhou next spring valued at $2500!

Enter the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce contest and win an all inclusive trip to China to see the Great Wall
Laura Gaster

No Invasives Mussels Detected in 2016

Protecting waters from Zebra and Quagga Mussels in the Columbia Shuswap.

Laura Gaster
VIDEO: Watch IHIT press conference

VIDEO: Watch IHIT press conference

Watch a streaming feed of a press conference held by the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team.

VIDEO: Watch IHIT press conference
Numerous emergency vehicles were on scene at Abbotsford Senior Secondary on Tuesday afternoon after two students were stabbed.

UPDATE: Teen girl dies after double stabbing at Abbotsford Senior Secondary

Police arrest male suspect in the school; second victim in stable condition in hospital

Numerous emergency vehicles were on scene at Abbotsford Senior Secondary on Tuesday afternoon after two students were stabbed.
Goodbye

‘Happy memories, incredibly grateful’: Prince William’s parting words to Canada

Heartfelt thank you, touching farewell as Royal tour ends for Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

Goodbye