Radio WestKelowna man builds first home for younger brotherDec 17, 2014 | 7:12Kelowna's Jordan Lige is moving out. The 33 year old lives with a developmental disability and has always lived at home. But now, his older brother Nathan is building him a carriage house.
Radio WestCentral Okanagan woman says she was victim of revenge pornDec 17, 2014 | 15:08A Central Okanagan woman says she was recently the victim of revenge porn. Rebecca spoke with her, and cyber law expert, Mary Anne Franks.
Radio WestProvince approves 8.3 billion dollar Site C DamDec 16, 2014 | 14:30You'll hear Ken Boon, the president of the Peace Valley Landowners Association, Jim Quail, an energy and labour lawyer in Vancouver, and the BC Hydro CEO, Jessica McDonald.
Radio WestHikers warned of sinkhole at Bankers Bluff near AinsworthDec 10, 2014 | 5:05People who hike in the mountains above Ainsworth at Bankers Bluff on Loon Lake Road are being warned of a massive sinkhole. Andy Shadrack is an outgoing director for the local regional district.
Radio WestEnderby artist's brush with Sir Anthony HopkinsDec 10, 2014 | 6:11Enderby is still buzzing after a visit from Sir Anthony Hopkins, who was in town shooting the film 'Go With Me.' Hopkins met with many people, including Enderby artist Jaime Seward.
Radio WestPrince George mother designs pay-it-forward advent calendarDec 9, 2014 | 6:09A Prince George mother is teaching her son the gift of giving this holiday season. Tania Kroot designed a pay-it-forward advent calendar for her son, Linden.
Radio WestKamloops man cycles with father's ashesDec 8, 2014 | 7:40Alex de Chantal of Kamloops is cycling overseas for six months with his father's ashes. He calls it a personal journey to fulfill his father's last wishes. Rebecca spoke to him from Bali.
Radio WestSalmon Arm photographer releases book on senior horsesDec 3, 2014 | 6:39Salmon Arm photographer Andrea Blair has been photographing BC's oldest horses for years. Now, she's released a book called The Senior Horse Project. She spoke to Rebecca.
Radio WestMoose Rescue in SmithersDec 2, 2014 | 6:31This week, a volunteer with the Northern Lights Wildlife Shelter in Smithers found an exhausted moose calf caught in a fence. Owner Angelika Langen rushed to the scene with her husband.
Radio WestCN Rail and municipalities reach dealDec 1, 2014 | 7:26The old CN rail line between Kelowna and Coldstream is finally changing hands. The deal is worth 22 million dollars. Rebecca spoke with Doug Gilchrist with the city of Kelowna.
Radio WestPhoto from Kamloops' Brier makes year-end collectionNov 27, 2014 | 6:31Reuters has picked its favourite photos from 2014. And a photo from the Brier in Kamloops last March made the cut. Vancouver photographer Ben Nelms snapped the shot. Here's his conversation with Rebecca.