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A teenage girl had to be airlifted to hospital after a vehicle and train collided near Weyburn.
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Experts from around the world gathered in Saskatoon this week to discuss leading agriculture water management practices.
Experts from around the world gathered in Saskatoon this week to discuss leading agriculture water management practices. Rebekah Lesko has more in Your Agriculture.
A new report shows 123 police discipline files, among eight different departments in Saskatchewan, were concluded in 2017. Meaghan Craig explains.
Fire officials have determined a broken wire was the cause of the blaze that engulfed a 32-unit apartment complex late Saturday.
Regina Police Service are encouraging residents to ensure that garages are secure. They have received nearly 400 reports of garage break and enters this year.
An investigation is underway after a Regina police officer shot a family dog in an open field in the Rambler Park on Wednesday.
Scotty the T. rex will be receiving a body as part of a major overhaul to the Royal Saskatchewan Museum that will see new community spaces developed.
The first report came in June, the second and third incidents were reported this past weekend. However, the third report occurred in August of 2017.
Saskatchewan has sent aircraft and more than 100 fire personnel to battle blazes outside its borders.
Henderson, from Smiths Falls, Ont., will be joined by seven of the top 10 players on the LPGA Tour when the tournament begins Aug. 23 at Wascana Country Club in Regina.
The MP pushing to make National Indigenous Peoples Day a stat holiday said she learned the government planned to support her when she read about it in the news.
The provincial government says the Kindersley area was the primary focus for Crown petroleum and natural gas rights during August's public offering.
A woman is in critical condition after the white sedan she was driving struck a light standard in Prince Albert.
CUPE Local 90 has issued a written notice to the city along with the Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety, stating they have reached an impasse in negotiations.