Tue, Dec 12: A new law is being explored by the province that, if enacted, could go a long way in protecting those affected by domestic violence. Katelyn Wilson reports.
Tue, Dec 12: A stretch of warm winter weather has enveloped southern Saskatchewan. On Tuesday, temperatures reached 4.7C in Regina, only a few degrees shy of the record of 6.1C set back in 1969. Marney Blunt reports.
A new law is being explored by the province that, if enacted, could go a long ways to protecting those affected by domestic violence.
A young woman who fought cancer continues to pay it forward for other patients with a new book of stories from survivors from Saskatchewan.
A stretch of warm winter weather has enveloped southern Saskatchewan.
Provincial Auditor Judy Ferguson said that the Justice Ministry has only implemented three of her seven recommendations for the community rehabilitation of adult offenders.
The University of Regina is appealing a jury’s decision that awarded $9.1 million to Miranda Biletski in a swimming accident.
Yorkton residents could soon be held to a higher property standard.
The Saskatchewan Daschund Club hosted a very special children’s party, and tradeshow this weekend.
A Fort Qu’Appelle man has pleaded guilty to uttering threats against Country Thunder online earlier this year.
The Regina Police Service is requesting assistance after a bank robbery on the 3300 block of 5 Avenue.
Police are searching for a suspect after a bank robbery on Tuesday.
The Saskatchewan Party has named its candidate to run to take over Premier Brad Wall’s seat in Swift Current.
Saskatchewan's auditor is raising concerns about the number of sick days being taken by some government employees.
Players from the Regina Pats delivered teddy bears to the Regina General Hospital on Tuesday.
CTV Morning Live’s Bundle of Joy campaign is continuing to collect donations for Carmichael Outreach.
The provincial auditor Judy Ferguson has released her latest report which examined operations at 170 government ministries, Crowns and health authorities.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced on Tuesday that they have signed General Manager and Head Coach Chris Jones to a contract extension through 2019.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have announced that they have extended the contract of head coach and general manager Chris Jones by a year.
A new distillery is coming to Regina and the project is expected to create a number of jobs.