Sunday, March 1st 2015
3 cars damaged in Moose Jaw hit and run
Three parked cars were damaged after a hit and run in Moose Jaw early Sunday morning....
Residents take icy plunge to fight human trafficking
Some brave Saskatoon residents took a cold dip Saturday to put the freeze on human...
Saturday, February 28th 2015
Friday, February 27th 2015
Saskatoon dinner raises funds for injured Ukrainian fighters
The smell of perogies and borscht will permeate the halls of the Holy Trinity Cathedral...
Saskatoon parents push province to keep kids' autism program
A group of Saskatoon families are fighting to keep provincial funding for a therapy...
Sask. hockey coach charged with sexually assaulting child
A hockey coach from Cabri, SK has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a boy...
Sask. archaeology professor horrified by IS destruction of ancient artifacts
A University of Saskatchewan professor is horrified after watching a video that shows...
Sask. small business optimism hits 6-year low
Entrepreneurs in Saskatchewan are feeling nervous about the future.The monthly survey...
Sask. government warns of timeshare scam
As many people are preparing for one last jaunt south to get away from winter, the...
Parent of Willowgrove students excited to 'get everyone under 1 roof'
The stress of having three daughters in two different elementary schools will soon end...
Leonard Nimoy aka Spock dead at 83
Star Trek fans at Comic Readers in downtown Regina were shocked to hear of the passing of...
Who wore The Dress? And what colour is it really?
Sask. families hope roundtable leads to inquiry
Sitting at the same desk where she got the tragic news, Myrna LaPlante shuffled through...
Victoria's Secret opens in Midtown Plaza
After months of anticipation, Victoria’s Secret has opened its doors in Midtown Plaza....
Number 1 McMaster too much for underdog Huskies
McMaster University lived up to its billing as the top men's college volleyball team in...
Gas prices in Saskatoon climb over a $1/litre
It's been a while since gas prices topped over a $1 per litre in Saskatoon.On Thursday...
B.C. police force sees value in gun amnesty
A British Columbia police offer can’t think of any reason why not to hold a gun amnesty...
Scouts Canada reacts to Sask. volunteer's charges
It is Scouts Canada's worst nightmare. A former volunteer now faces a number of sexual...
Thursday, February 26th 2015
1 dead in Highway 3 collision near Prince Albert
One man is dead after a semi truck and an SUV collided on Highway 3 near Prince Albert...