Police are warning the public to secure their garages, after a spike in break-ins last week. Plus, calls to evaluate police protocol, after a civilian’s dog was shot during a canine training session.
It’s only his fourth time strapped into the sled, but it is clear 19-year-old Ryan Straschnitzki has taken to sledge hockey.
A fire is causing traffic delays near the Meadow Lake Mechanical Pulp Mill and NorSask Forest Products Friday afternoon.
Premier Scott Moe said there's no guarantee the national holiday will be observed in Saskatchewan.
Premier Scott Moe said there’s no guarantee the national holiday will be observed in Saskatchewan. Adam MacVicar reports.
CAA Saskatchewan has launched a ride-assist program as part of CAA’s roadside assistance service.
A Saskatchewan community was the hottest spot in Canada on August 17. Tiffany Lizee has that and your game day forecast in the SkyTracker Weather
The Advisory Committee on Francophone Affairs offers Saskatchewan government advice to better French-language services.
In only two days, six people received tents from Carmichael; but the calls are still coming.
Local golfer Andrew Wilson will be caddying for LPGA professional Kassidy Teare at the Wascana Country Club for the CP Women's Open in Regina.
Carmichael Outreach is accepting donations of tents to hand out to people in need of shelter.
Carmichael Outreach is asking for tent donations to help their clients find shelter. They attribute it to high rents and the end of a government program. Cami Kepke reports.
An advisory alert was issued by the rural municipality of Meadow Lake due to a fire burning near the Meadow Lake Mechanical Pulp mill.
Lance Murphy's American Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross, Missty, is expected to survive being shot by a Regina police officer, but she may lose her leg.
Currently, Regina police put up signs whenever they're training in urban areas - but those signs hadn’t been set up on Wednesday when the dog was shot.
By Glenn Hicks There have been no major safety incidents on the region’s lakes so far this summer, and officials want to keep it that way. The forecast is calling for widespread smoke from the wildfires burning in B.C. and some boaters told paNOW about reduced visibility on the local waters last Saturday because of the heavy smoke. ... Read More
By Bryan Eneas For 12 gruelling years, Anthony Bear has struggled to connect his home on the Muskoday First Nation to nearby power, water, and natural gas lines. When he ended his rodeo and chuckwagon career, Bear decided he wanted to settle down to be with his family. He left everything he had behind in Alberta to move to Muskoday First Nation, his home reserve. ... Read More
Regina police are encouraging residents to enhance garage security following a recent string of break ins. David Baxter has more.
Currently, Regina police put up signs whenever they’re training in urban areas – but those signs hadn’t been set up on Wednesday when the dog was shot.
A Saskatoon-area business’s response to a negative online review recently blew up on social media, with one business consultant describing it as a “textbook case of everything that you shouldn’t do” online as a business.