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Southwest Saskatchewan is the subject of several tornado warnings in place Saturday and several images on social media appear to show funnel clouds on the ground.
Sports fans are hungrier than ever for competition on TV, and the annual Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest served it up Saturday in New York.
Police are looking for a suspect or suspects who fired a gun at a vehicle leaving a gas station north of Lloydminster Friday night.
A Regina landlord is helping launch a tech start-up aimed at connecting tenants with landlords after dealing with damaged property from a tenant during the COVID-19 pandemic.
America wasn’t the only country being celebrated on the Fourth of July as people around the world took to Twitter on Saturday morning to share photos of their own homelands with the hashtag #AllCountriesMatter.
Summers off from school mean a week away at camp for many kids, but with COVID-19 not allowing overnight camps to run, Camp Monahan on Lake Katepwa has closed its gates for the season.
As coronavirus cases spike, public health officials are pleading with Americans to avoid large crowds and hold more muted Independence Day celebrations, but subdued is not U.S. President Donald Trump's style, and he aimed to go big, promising a "special evening" in Washington that could bring tens of thousands to the National Mall.
The University of Saskatchewan is reviewing bids for the Seed Barn and the Poultry Science Building – barns that have been part of the U of S landscape for more than 100 years.
An outgoing MLA has received criticism over his use of the phrase “All Lives Matter” in his departing remarks.
A family near Dalmeny has spent the week searching for their 52 bison that escaped after they say someone cut one of their fences sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning.
The community of Beardy’s and Okemasis Cree Nation (BOCN) is mourning the loss of 33 year-old Dale “Duder” Mike, a community sports leader and role model for First Nations youth.
The federal ethics commissioner has launched an investigation into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his government's now-cancelled decision to have WE Charity manage a $900-million federal program, which is slated to pay students and new graduates for their volunteer work this summer.
RCMP are on the scene of a suspicious death that occurred on the 200 block of Third Street West in Warman.
The Saskatchewan Rattlers could be the first local pro sports team to resume competition since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Family practice doctors with the Saskatchewan Medical Association say they were left out of the government’s decision-making process.
The CFL says no decision has been made regarding a hub city for an abbreviated 2020 regular season.
Two people are dead and 15 others are injured following a crash on Highway 2 in Manitoba on Thursday.
A 23-year-old Kindersley man and a 30-year-old Saskatoon man face human trafficking charges following an investigation by the Saskatoon Police Service VICE- Human Trafficking Unit.
The Water Security Agency (WSA) has advised the public of rapid increases in flows on the South Saskatchewan River.
Phase 4.2 of Saskatchewan’s Reopening plan continues next week, with many sports facilities and other entertainment spaces set to open their doors.