Jen Zielinski

Boarding Bengal drifts on Kal Lake

Boarding Bengal drifts on Kal Lake

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

Boarding Bengal drifts on Kal Lake
PM won’t back down on tax changes

PM won’t back down on tax changes

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

PM won’t back down on tax changes
Warrant issued for woman accused of dragging dog

Warrant issued for woman accused of dragging dog

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

Warrant issued for woman accused of dragging dog
Fireball lights up B.C. Interior

Fireball lights up B.C. Interior

From Nelson to Kamloops a large fireball could be seen in the sky on Monday night.

Fireball lights up B.C. Interior
B.C. wildfires to burn into 2018

B.C. wildfires to burn into 2018

Many of the largest fires likely won’t be doused until the spring.

B.C. wildfires to burn into 2018
Heart-wrenching video pays tribute to wildfire crews

Heart-wrenching video pays tribute to wildfire crews

Video of the Elephant Hill wildfire and firefighters on scene is bringing B.C. residents to tears

Heart-wrenching video pays tribute to wildfire crews
Animals rescued from fire line

Animals rescued from fire line

Found inside the wildfires, animals and birds need help

Animals rescued from fire line
900 pieces of hydro equipment damaged in wildfires

900 pieces of hydro equipment damaged in wildfires

BC Hydro is working to repair more than 900 pieces of equipment damanged in wildfires.

900 pieces of hydro equipment damaged in wildfires
One serious Caesar

One serious Caesar

Two Kelowna bartenders launch a new version of the Caesar

One serious Caesar
UPDATE: Homes evacuated in Lake Country

UPDATE: Homes evacuated in Lake Country

Fire suspected to start in the ditch

UPDATE: Homes evacuated in Lake Country
A photo taken by a BC Wildfire Service member this weekend. Image credit/@BCGovFireInfo

Thanking firefighters on the front line

Those in the Okanagan send thanks and well wishes to those battling wildfires.

A photo taken by a BC Wildfire Service member this weekend. Image credit/@BCGovFireInfo
BC Hydro works to restore power

BC Hydro works to restore power

According to BC Hydro only 900 customers remain without power.

BC Hydro works to restore power
Video: Devastating footage from Boston Flats

Video: Devastating footage from Boston Flats

Firefighters do not expect to get a handle on this fire any day soon

Video: Devastating footage from Boston Flats
YMCA opens door to evacuees

YMCA opens door to evacuees

There are 12 YMCA locations across the province accepting evacuees.

YMCA opens door to evacuees
Eye in the sky: Google Earth view of fires

Eye in the sky: Google Earth view of fires

Watch the current wildfire situation via Google Earth.

Eye in the sky: Google Earth view of fires
It’s time to ‘caes the day’

It’s time to ‘caes the day’

Two Kelowna bartenders take on Canada’s national cocktail

It’s time to ‘caes the day’
VIDEO: May the Fourth be with you

VIDEO: May the Fourth be with you

Darth Vader was spotted in Castlegar earlier this week with his dog Chewie

VIDEO: May the Fourth be with you
UPDATE: Canada-wide Shaw service restored

UPDATE: Canada-wide Shaw service restored

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

UPDATE: Canada-wide Shaw service restored
UPDATED: Rescued pups have a new lease on life

UPDATED: Rescued pups have a new lease on life

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

UPDATED: Rescued pups have a new lease on life
Wilson was discovered wounded in April but recovered and found a forever home just one month later.

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

Wilson was discovered wounded in April but recovered and found a forever home just one month later.