This week's CBC Saskatchewan Political Panel discusses the acquittal of Gerald Stanley and its effect on the province.
One of the men accused of killing Reno Lee testified on Friday that he was high on methamphetamine while being questioned in custody.
Richie Hall's new book Smoke and Mirrors: Life in the CFL with Richie Hall is not just a football book.
Sask. religious leaders vow to 'work for peace and reconciliation' in statement on Gerald Stanley verdict
Colten Boushie's death and the verdict in the Gerald Stanley trial "have resurfaced profound pain to families and communities," says a statement from Saskatchewan's bishops and archbishops.
The University of Regina Women’s basketball team is taking on UBC in the Canada West Quarterfinals this weekend. But for two sisters who grew up just outside of Lumsden, it will be more than just the Cougars against the Thunderbirds. Taylor Shire has more.
Patrick Brown is running to reclaim leadership of the Ontario PC party with a last-minute entry into a race initially launched to replace him, as he continues to deny allegations of sexual misconduct.
Defensive lineman Zack Evans is returning to the Roughriders after four seasons with the Ottawa Redblacks. The Regina-native joined Teri Fikowski in studio to talk about coming back to the green and white.
Kelley Jo Burke was in studio to talk about the Globe Theatre’s upcoming musical ‘Us,’ co-created by Burke.
Sexual misconduct allegations made against Canadian pop band Hedley did not dissuade fans from taking in the music live in Moose Jaw earlier this week.
Hours after Canadian pop-rock band Hedley performed in Moose Jaw on Thursday night, the band’s management group has announced it is dropping them in response to sexual misconduct claims.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling about 229,000 Ram trucks, mostly in North America, because they can be shifted out of park without a key in the ignition or a foot on the brake.
By Nigel Maxwell The former Co-Op store in the Town of Birch Hills is getting a long overdue makeover. The town, which purchased the building in 2015, has plans to convert the building into a multi-use facility. According to the design plans, the facility will include a seniors' home, public library and a room for the local Lions Club. Town Councilor Barry Evans said the local seniors are in need of a new home. "What the seniors are in now, that building is about 100 years old," he said. "It isn't suitable for seniors because [of] the stairs and stuff like that." ... Read More