Sarah Penton

Sarah Penton is the host of B.C.'s afternoon Interior current affairs radio show, Radio West.

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B.C. woman turns trailer into 'happy, creepy' Barbie dream home to help recovery from addiction

A woman living in Osoyoos has created a Barbie-inspired trailer that she said has helped her on her journey of recovery from addiction.

Grandmother from Kamloops, B.C., takes turn on Cannes catwalk

She’s a 44-year-old mother of six children, and a grandmother to two more. Now, Racheal Marie Billy, a member of the Cook's Ferry Indian Band, can also call herself an international fashion model.

She wanted to build a garden for fellow hospice residents. Volunteers made her dream come true in a day

Around 40 people in Prince George, B.C., helped cancer patient Jodi Fay fulfil her wish of building a garden close to the hospice where she lives.

Kelowna man escapes fiery truck explosion — with a little help from his new friend

Shea Kearns said he feels lucky to be alive after he crashed his truck during a snowstorm in Kelowna, B.C., last week and had it blow up just moments after he got out.

Woman killed in B.C. crash was a loving mother and 'thoughtful young woman,' her father says

Karyle Wehowsky, who died on Oct. 1 when a truck hit her vehicle head on, is being remembered as a loving, supportive mother and a strong woman.

Rare white crow sightings excite Kootenay birdwatchers

Lisa Chabot saw a white-feathered crow on Monday and shared its photo with the internet. Several people in the region commented on her post, saying they'd seen it, too.

Kelowna man's wedding ring lost for 17 years returned days before milestone anniversary

A Kelowna, B.C., man says he never expected to see his wedding band again after losing it in the Penticton Channel nearly two decades ago.

Free bike lending program in B.C.'s Similkameen a boon for migrant workers without cars and driver's licences

A free bicycle lending program located near a community hall in B.C.'s Similkameen region aims to make lives easier for migrant workers who don't have a car and a Canadian driver's licence.

Prince George mom thanks rescuers for saving her kids' lives following tubing accident on Nechako River

A Prince George, B.C., mother is grateful her kids are alive after a terrifying experience on the Nechako River just before the long weekend.

B.C. crash victim reunited with the 'guardian angel' who saved her life

Katie Potts broke her back, lost her leg and part of her hand in a car accident last summer and says she wouldn't have seen her next birthday if it weren't for the Good Samaritans who pulled over to help.