3:00 p.m. It appears per capita, Saskatchewan has the worst drunk driving death rate across the country.
3:00 p.m. Defying all polling numbers, the Progressive Conservatives earned a landslide 61 to 17-seat win over the upstart Wildrose Party.
3:00 p.m. A Saskatoon wine retailor will soon be prohibited from selling alcohol after making purchases privately, without government oversight. Colin Boyd, Professor of Management at the Edwards School of Business, examines just how essential this red tape is.
3:00 p.m. It's spring and schools are cleaning up their yards. However, in most cases, it's the students who do the work. Could the things they pick up harm them, and should kids be the caretakers of their school yards?
3:00 p.m. As the federal government prepares to get tough on crime, it announces the closures of the Kingston Penitentiary in Kingston and the Leclerc Institution in Laval. Howard Sapers, the Correctional Investigator of Canada, explains what this will mean for the country's prison population.
3:00 p.m. A pair of Saskatoon parents have some concerns over the music played in their children's school. Now they have asked the school board to introduce a policy governing which tunes are played. Kathy Lynn, parenting expert and leading Canadian speaker on parenting issues, believes it's the parents who need to play a bigger role.
3:00 p.m. Glencore, the company set to place its North American headquarters in Regina, is the centre of a BBC investigation and the results are not positive. Investigative Reporter John Sweeney details some scathing findings.
3:00 p.m. Saskatoon City Council will decide tonight if curbside recycling should be provided by Loraas Disposal. The City of Regina is also working towards making residents in the community join a similar program. What is the situation like in your community? Richard and Bronwyn take your calls, texts, and tweets on air.
3:30 p.m. How would you prefer your community handle recycling? More of your texts at 306-306 and tweets to @rbShowSK.