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.
3:00 p.m. Some new faces in Saskatoon and Regina politics following last night's elections. Now that the races are behind us, Richard is joined by News Talk Radio's CKOM senior reporter David Kirton and CJME news director Murray Wood to talk about the future.
3:00 p.m. It's election day across Saskatchewan, but will you vote? Voter turnout in the last election was in the mid-20 percentile. Executive director Alison Loat with Samara, a charitable organization that works to improve political and civic engagement in Canada, explains why the numbers are so low.
3:00 p.m. It's the first snowfall of the season as warnings continue across central Saskatchewan. Environment Canada warning prepardness meteorologist John Paul Cragg details the current situation and the conditions to come.
3:20 p.m. Kindersley is getting hit hard in this snowstorm this afternoon. Mix 104.9 FM news anchor Brendan Hein describes the blizzard he is in.
3:00 p.m. It was a weekend of hunting accidents, including a shooting in southwestern Ontario and another accident in Pennsylvania where a little girl in a halloween costume was mistaken for a skunk. Catherine Benesch with the Canada Safety Council explains how an ounce of prevention goes a long way.
3:00 p.m. At least 16 people are facing child pornography charges, including 10 people
here in Saskatchewan. Saskatoon Police Detective Sergeant Darren Parisen shares
some advice to ensure your children are protected.
3:30 p.m. The Riders aim to lock up a playoff berth tomorrow as the Alouettes come to town. Rider insider and Green Zone host Jamie Nye explains how to take down East-leading Montreal.