Jen Zielinski

Reporters reflect on the 2017 wildfire season

Those who covered some of the most intense fires of the year also lived in the middle of them

They came for the deals

Shoppers descend on Orchard Park Shopping Centre on Boxing Day in Kelowna

Boxing Day madness begins

Get ready to shop, as some of the biggest deals of the year are to happen today

Missing plane search focuses over Revelstoke reservoir

Weather is hampering the search for a missing plane that took off from Penticton, Saturday

Search for missing plane continues near Revelstoke

A plane that took off Saturday from Penticton failed to arrive in Edmonton

Nine horses seized near Kamloops by the BC SPCA

Horses on a property near Kamloops did not have adequate food, shelter and water

Keep your pets safe this Halloween

Halloween can be the most dangerous night of the year for your cats and dogs

Author of Robert Pickton book won’t comment on North Okanagan farm search

Lorimer Shenher takes to twitter after police search Silver Creek property near Salmon Arm

Lending a helping ‘hog’

A CVSE officer felt something nudge him on the back of the leg during a road check

UPDATE: Man linked to Calgary homicide dies after standoff with Revelstoke RCMP

Mounties had weapons drawn and pointed at a small grey car

Fernie mourns after fatal ammonia leak

The community of Fernie is coming together to support each other following a local tragedy.

UPDATE: Man linked to Calgary homicide dies after standoff with Revelstoke RCMP

Mounties had weapons drawn and pointed at a small grey car

Wildfires cause more than $127 million in insured damage

The two most significant fires in B.C. this summer caused more than $127 million in insured damage.

Boarding Bengal drifts on Kal Lake

Logan the cat loves to paddle board on Kalamalka Lake in Vernon.

PM won’t back down on tax changes

Justin Trudeau kicked off his Liberal retreat in Kelowna on Wednesday.

Warrant issued for woman accused of dragging dog

Melinda Harris failed to show up for her Alberta court appearence on Tuesday.

YMCA opens door to evacuees

There are 12 YMCA locations across the province accepting evacuees.

UPDATE: Canada-wide Shaw service restored

Shaw customers across Canada are experiencing problems with telephone, TV and internet service.

UPDATED: Rescued pups have a new lease on life

The BC SPCA has removed 30 animals from a breeder in Lillooet

Thousands of animals rescued in B.C.

This past year the BC SPCA responded to a record number of large-scale seizures from puppy mills