3 p.m. – Snow is expected to cover southern Saskatchewan this afternoon. John Paul Cragg, meteorologist with Environment Canada, has the latest on the situation.
3 p.m. Saskatchewan is humming with growth with Saskatoon becoming the fasting growing city in Canada. Mario Lefebvre, the director of the Centre for Municipal Studies for the Conference Board of Canada, tells us what we can expect next year.
3:30 p.m. - Parents of bullied children often feel like victims, says James Brown. The assistant professor of social work at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh shares his research.
3 p.m. – Americans are heading to the polls today as they vote for president. Richard Brown tells us what the U.S. election means for Canadians.
3:30 p.m. – Gay and lesbian officers of the B.C. RCMP join the “It Gets Better” campaign. They have released a heartfelt video that shares their experiences for LGBT youth.
3 p.m. - Will Americans choose another four years of Barack Obama or will they vote for Mitt Romney? Chris Cargill, political insider who works in public policy in Washington State breaks down the numbers.
3 p.m. – The NHL announces the cancellation of the Winter Classic between the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs. Will the NHL season be cancelled?
3:30 p.m. – The Saskatchewan Roughriders are off to Vancouver to play the B.C. Lions. Ismael Bamba is making his regular season debut but he’s riding in the equipment van. Rider Insider and host of Greenzone Jamie Nye.
3:00 p.m. Two bills passed in Parliament cracking down on protesters and war memorials violaters. MPs voted to ban masks at riots and to implement a 10-year maximum prison sentence for vandalizing war memorials. Regina MP Tom Lukiwski joins Richard.
3:00 p.m. The US Atlantic coast is in recovery mode now that Superstorm Sandy has moved on. Some stores are opening up again, but the subway and trains are still down in New York. News 12 anchor/reporter Matt Pieper joins Richard from The Bronx.
3:30 p.m. A new Star Wars trilogy is in the works now that Disney has purchased Lucasfilm. The next installment is set to be released in 2015, but what can we expect from it? Ajay Fry, host of TV's InnerSPACE, shares his thoughts.
3:00 p.m. Millions are without power as a stronger than predicted Hurricane Sandy stormed through the US Atlantic. Meadow Lake Mayor Gary Vidal is in New York City this week. He explains the disaster that he is witnessing first-hand.
3:30 p.m. BC coast rocked by a major aftershock after Saturday night's earthquake. Is this a sign of bigger things to come? Geologist John Clague with Simon Fraser University explains what may happen next.
3:00 p.m. Hurricane Sandy is preparing to rip through the US Atlantic coast today with seven-metre waves and wind blowing up to 90 mph. Reporter Jessica Ettinger with 1010 WINS takes us live to New York City -- where the storm is pounding America's largest city.
3:00 p.m. Photo radar could soon be coming to a construction zone near you. It comes with tripling speeding fines as announced in yesterday's provincial throne speech. However, there's more to photo radar than meets the eye. Kevin Wedick, who ran for Morinville, AB city council, explains the precautions Saskatchewan must take with the technology.