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"Why Not Weyburn"

WATCH: A new campaign in Weyburn hopes to get more people to consider moving to the community in southeastern Saskatchewan.

WATCH: A new campaign in Weyburn hopes to get more people to consider moving to the community in southeastern Saskatchewan.

Indigenous Circle

Indigenous Circle: May 15

WATCH: Nelson Bird brings you this week’s edition of Indigenous Circle.

WATCH: Nelson Bird brings you this week’s edition of Indigenous Circle.

Wheatland Cafe

Smoked Steelhead Trout

WATCH: CJ Katz makes Smoked Steelhead Trout with an Asian sauce for this week’s edition of Wheatland Café.

WATCH: CJ Katz makes Smoked Steelhead Trout with an Asian sauce for this week’s edition of Wheatland Café.

Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers – May 16, 2022

WATCH: Regina police search for suspects in this week’s Crime Stoppers report.

WATCH: Regina police search for suspects in this week’s Crime Stoppers report.

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Online diary: Buffalo gunman plotted attack for months

The white gunman accused of massacring 10 Black people at a Buffalo supermarket wrote as far back as November about staging a livestreamed attack on African Americans, practiced shooting from his car and travelled hours from his home in March to scout out the store, according to detailed diary entries he appears to have posted online.

An investigator works at the scene of a shooting at a supermarket, in Buffalo, N.Y., Monday, May 16, 2022. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Man killed in California church shooting called a hero

A gunman motivated by hatred against Taiwan chained shut the doors of a California church and hid firebombs before shooting at a gathering of mostly elderly Taiwanese parishioners, killing a man who tackled him, authorities said.

Attacking schools, Russia deals a blow to Ukraine's future

The Ukrainian government says Russia has shelled more than 1,000 schools, destroying 95. Intentionally attacking schools and other civilian infrastructure is a war crime. Experts say wide-scale wreckage can be used as evidence of Russian intent, and to refute claims that schools were simply collateral damage.