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1,350 barrels of oil released from Regina terminal

Oil has stopped flowing in a major pipeline after a spill at the Enbridge Regina Terminal Tuesday night.

The company says 1,350 barrels of oil were released from its Line 4 pipeline forcing a shutdown at 11:55 p.m. The spill was then contained, and emergency crews were brought on site to start the process of cleaning up the mess leftover.

"We've had absolutely no offsite impacts to environment or to the public," explained Graham White, Enbridge business communications manager.

Saskatoon murder trial comes to an end with conviction

The family of Daleen Bosse got their chance Wednesday to speak about how the death of the 25-year-old mother and student ripped their lives apart.

The victim impact statements came after Douglas Hales was convicted of the second-degree murder of Bosse, along with the crime of offering an indignity to her remains by burning her body. 

Saskatoon fans celebrate 25 years of The Simpsons

Twenty-five years later The Simpsons made television history as the longest-running sitcom.

And there is no shortage of fans in Saskatoon including Jodi Cason from Amazing Stories comic book store. Cason was a fan when The Simpsons occupied just a couple of minutes on the Tracy Ullman Show.

“I was at an age where I would set my alarm for midnight so I can get up and watch it because it came on after hours and that was my first experience and I loved it I was crazy about it and that was three years before the series debuted,” Cason said.

Mumps outbreak unlikely in Sask., health official says

A disease that’s been mostly unheard of in Saskatchewan since vaccinations began in the early 1970s has suddenly resurged in the NHL after 14 players recently contracted mumps.

Saskatoon kids play Secret Santa for a day

At Target inside the Mall at Lawson Heights, kids wearing Santa hats and reindeer antlers carefully walk up and down the toy aisles, standing on tippy-toes to pull items like lego and craft kits off the shelves.

"We came here to buy gifts for children who are less fortunate in the city," 10-year-old Wyatt Hunt said.

Hunt and his Grade 5 class from Lawson Heights School spent part of Wedneday shopping for gifts for a Secret Santa program in Saskatoon.

Mr. Hockey, Gretzky headline Kinsmen dinner

Hockey fans mark your calendars because two of the sport’s all-time great are set to headline the biggest sports celebrity dinner in the county.

Mr. Hockey Gordie Howe and the Great One Wayne Gretzky will be in Saskatoon on Feb. 6 for the 2015 Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon Sports Celebrity dinner.

Rhode resigns as Saskatoon Health Region chair

The Chair of the Saskatoon Health Region has announced he is stepping down as of next month.
 
Jim Rhode has been chair since 2009 and said he wants to dedicate more time to his business, Davis Machine Company.
 
Rhode said he wanted to wait until "strong leadership" was in place at the health region before stepping down.
 
An acting board chair will be announced before Rhode departs on Jan. 10, 2015.

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Regina charities falling short on Christmas donations

When you hear the bell ring while you're Christmas shopping, the Salvation Army asks you to consider donating your change.

With eight days left until Christmas, the charity is falling behind from where it normally is this time last year in its kettle campaign.

The 2014 goal is to raise $210,000. Only $113,000, or about 54 per cent, has been raised so far. That's down $10,000 from this time in 2013.

SaskPower confirms White City smart meter fire

Smart meters are being removed across the province, but yet another one has sparked a fire.
 
SaskPower said the fire happened in White City on Tuesday. The company described it as similar to the other nine fires with melting or smoke seen on the meters, but no damage to the house. Other fires have varied in size from some just melting, to others that charred the siding on a home.
 
SaskPower said it will inspect the meter and investigate.
 

Holiday Sherlock Holmes: finding gift-hiding spots

Parents are working to hide gifts this time of year. For kids, that means it’s time to seek.

“I ruined my own Christmas,” admitted Premier Brad Wall.

Wall was in Grade 3 when the Big Driver Dashboard topped his wish list. He says he rummaged through his mom’s closet (of course) and found it.

The toy was a dashboard where kids could pretend to drive. Wall says he specifically wanted the police car version.

Wall suspects his mom knew he had discovered it but says she wrapped the gift anyway. But he says the surprise and magic was gone.

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