3:00 p.m. Heartbreak in Calgary as long time captain Jerome Iginla is traded to the powerhouse Pittsburgh Penguins. The great debate over First Nations transparency gets heated. And, PETA takes on the Queen. David has today's top stories.
3:30 p.m. A dismal playoff performance for the Saskatoon Blades and Prince Albert Raiders. Both teams were swept last night by Alberta-based teams. Blades reporter Francois Biber and Raiders play-by-play announcer Drew Wilson explain what went wrong.
3:00 p.m. Ron Lancaster Jr., a former CFL assistant coach and the son of Canadian Football Hall of Famer Ron Lancaster, has died. Also, the health minister is welcoming the unveiling of a national drug abuse strategy. These and more in today’s top stories.
3:30 p.m. The controversy surrounding pit bulls continues as Regina police shot and killed one in pursuit of a suspect over the weekend. Vanessa Martens, owner of Paws ‘n Train, explains the habits and psychology of pit bulls.
3:00 p.m. The 24-year anniversary of an oil spill in Alaska waters is sounding alarms for a BC First Nations group over the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline project. More hockey parents that we should not emulate as a brawl breaks out in the crowd of an Ontario minor league game. And, Jim Carrey speaks out -- more like sings -- against gun violence. David has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. The highways are looking better, but still in rough condition. And, 154 VIA Rail passengers have finally arrived at their destination after being stranded for 26 hours thanks to the snow. David has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. Hectic highway conditions across the province as roads continue to worsen by the hour. Strippers in the US have had enough with club owners. And, another federal budget is in the books. David has today's top stories.
4:00 p.m. Former Alberta premier Ralph Klein is seriously ill in a Calgary seniors' facility. The Syrian government and the opposition rebels both claim the other side is using chemical weapons. And, US President Barack Obama is now in Israel to launch a four-day swing through the Middle East. David has today's top stories.
4:30 p.m. Round Table - Sarah Mills and Amanda Williams join David Kirton on the round table.
3:00 p.m. Former Saskatoon mayoralty candidate Clay Mazurkewich pleads guilty in court. A youth case worker apologies to Edmonton police after claiming officers didn't properly treat an alleged sexual assault victim. And, now you can tweet from beyond the grave. David has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. There is plenty of confusion on the Standing Buffalo First Nation over the legitimacy of this weekend's election. Four people were in court today after a Hollywood-style helicopter prison break north of Montreal yesterday. And, Karl Rove mocks Sarah Palin's tenure as governor. David has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. Despite spring allegedly being right around the corner, the province was hit with more snow last night, and even more is on its way this weekend. Also, we learn more about the new Pope -- good and bad. David has today's top stories.
3:00 p.m. After proposing steep hikes for motorcyclists, the province is now asking that SGI cap insurance rates for bike owners. Also, the Saskatchewan and federal NDP's are at odds over the Keystone XL pipeline. These and more in today's top stories.
3:30 p.m. Puck drops to the University Cup this afternoon. It is the first of two consecutive CIS tournaments to be held in Saskatoon. Former U of S Huskies player Peter Anholt shares some fond memories from his playing days.