Caitlyn Jenner spoke eloquently as she received an award at the ESPY awards last night. And today the Emmy nominations. David talks about both - and tries to explain why Walking Dead should be nominated for something. (It wasn't).
Crews are hard at work in the northern part of the province attempting to extinguish wildfires, but there is an economic fallout from these fires - Saskatchewan's mining industry has all but stopped in some place. David looks at what could be the new normal for northern industries.
4:00 p.m. A New Zealand man learned the expensive way that discarded sunflower seed shells are considered litter in Winnipeg. Do you think flicking a sunflower seed is littering?
4:15 p.m. Every week it happens - we pick the winners and the losers across the CFL. You do it, we do it, the premier does it. Brad Wall joins the Green Zone for Premier's Picks and David weighs in.
Crews are hard at work in the northern part of the province attempting to extinguish wildfires. How exactly do they go about attempting to fight forest fires? We hear from Lee Smith, a retired Saskatchewan fire suppression pilot.
CKOM's Kelly Malone joins David with the latest from Northern Saskatchewan.
Out in the field with Farmer Jim - David checks in with Saskatchewan farmer Jim Hale (@farmerjim79).
Wildifres continue to rage in Northern Saskatchewan. What can we expect to see when these fires finally subside? Norm Christensen, a fire ecologist at Duke University who chaired a panel of independent scientists to study the consequences of the 1988 Yellowstone fire, joins David.
Earlier this week Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, Mexico's most notorious drug kingpin, managed to escape from his cell in a Mexican prison. We're learning more details about his escape. David has the latest.