3:00 p.m. Prime Minister Stephen Harper was in the province today. He took in a hockey game and made an announcement to make rinks safer. Also, the plot thickens in the Pistorius saga with new murder allegations surrounding the detective involved. David has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. The race to lead the Saskatchewan NDP has one less contestant now that Erin Weir has dropped out. Also, Danica Patrick has won the pole for the season-opening Nationwide Series race at Daytona. And, the story of murder allegations surrounding Oscar Pistorius takes a twist. Davis has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. Bikers could get hit hard as SGI mulls over rate increases. Also, a national report says at least 3,000 children died while attending residential schools. And, the latest with Oscar Pistorius and his murder allegations. Murray has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. A big win for Theo Fleury and all victims as the Manitoba Court of Appeal increases the prison sentence for child-abusing hockey coach Graham James from two years to five. Also, more reaction from the passengers stranded on the Carnival Triumph cruise ship. David has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. Saskatoon and Regina will be the fastest growing metropolitan economies in the country this year. Also, we finally hear from passengers on the rotten smelling Carnival Triumph cruise ship that is stranded in the Gulf of Mexico. David has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. Police in California have not yet confirmed whether Christopher Dorner was killed yesterday. The search for the former Los Angeles officer ended with a shootout at a cabin, followed by the discovery of a body inside. David has the latest.
3:00 p.m. The Carnival Triumph cruise ship is stranded in the Gulf of Mexico and won't reach shore until Thursday at the earliest. To make the situation worse, the 4,200 people aboard are stuck with the foul scent of feces all over. Also, North Korea is flexing its muscles. The isolationist country conducted its third nuclear test today in defiance of existing UN resolutions. David has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. The Pope has decided to step down amid health concerns. And, more information surrounding last year's massive fire at Regina's co-op refinery. David has today's top stories.
3:30 p.m. Saskatchewan's potash royalty regime is being called incredibly "complex and bizarre." Dr. Jack Mintz, tax expert and director of the University of Calgary's School of Public Policy, is proposing a simpler, more efficient structure. David has that story.
3:00 p.m. Senator Patrick Brazeau was formally charged today with assault and sexual assault when he appeared in court. No sign of the army yet, but Toronto and Southwestern Ontario is being inundated with its worst snowstorm in five years. And, this time Bambi gets shot. David has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield received a phone call from William Shatner today. The soon-to-be space Captain speaks with the former pretend Captain. Also, a manhunt is underway after a shooting spree by a suspected former police officer. David has today's top stories.