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The City of Regina has opened a survey for the public to provide their feedback on the future of the Scarth Street mall.
The Regina Police Service (RPS) is asking for help in finding a driver who hit a woman with a truck from behind on Monday.
Plans are being made for a memorial in France to honour members of the Royal Regina Rifles.
The first quarter of 2023 was busy for Saskatchewan’s surgical sector. According to the province, a total of 24,306 surgeries were performed from Jan. 1 to Mar. 31.
More people have been forced to flee northern Saskatchewan communities due to wildfire smoke.
Work is slowly getting back underway following an incident that left a construction worker dead at Regina International Airport.
After a long winter, burrowing owls have made their way back to their breeding grounds in southern Saskatchewan.
Team Canada defeated Team Czechia 2-1 Tuesday night at the Moose Jaw Events Centre.
The Mosaic Festival of Cultures returns to Regina this weekend, following a three-year break due to the pandemic. Organizers hope the large crowds return but uncertainty has some pavilions making adjustments.
Canada will soon require health warnings to be printed directly on individual cigarettes, making it the first country to implement this kind of measure aimed at reducing tobacco usage.
An increase of police presence in the west central area of Swift Current has ended, according to the RCMP.
Contrary to popular belief, a tornado can’t be rated by the way it looks, rather by the destruction it leaves behind.
After two years, the wait for the new Wascana Pool is over, as the facility gets ready to make a splash at its official opening on June 8.
The Canadian economy grew faster than expected in the first three months of the year and likely expanded again in April, fuelling speculation that the Bank of Canada will raise interest rates again.
The Regina Police Board of Commissioners met on Tuesday, with monthly crime statistics per district being at the forefront.
Saskatchewan's Science Centre was host to a giant delivery this week, promising to reinvigorate the province's largest film screen.
A man is dead following a multi-vehicle crash on Highway 13 east of Weyburn.
On Tuesday, Hudson Bay hosted a safety day in honour of a student who died in a workplace accident in 2014.
Three people are facing robbery charges following an alleged assault on May 29 after being located by a police plane.
Members of the Argyle School Community Council (ASCC) are worried current classroom capacity issues will only be compounded by provincial funding shortfalls expected in the next school year.
A woman who says she survived years of sexual abuse at the hands of a church elder in Maple Creek is questioning why police haven't laid charges in her case.
One person from Estevan, Sask. is dead and another is seriously injured following a collision between a pickup truck and a motorcycle on May 28 near Fortuna, North Dakota.
The first twister of 2023 in the country touched down near Regina over the weekend, according to an analysis from the Northern Tornadoes Project (NTP).
We've all been there at some point in our lives when those police lights appear in your rear-view mirror.
Greg Ottenbreit and Ken Francis, the current Saskatchewan Party MLAs for Yorkton and Kindersley will not be seeking re-election in 2024.
Quarterback Trevor Harris re-joined the team after missing part of last week and the game for the birth of his third son, Tripp Joseph Harris.
Filmmakers from across Canada made the trip to Yorkton for the much anticipated 76th running of its film festival.
A man who allegedly robbed a retail business and shoplifted from a restaurant was found and arrested by Regina police.
A 20-year-old man died in a vehicle rollover near Churchbridge, Sask. on Saturday.
A ferocious thunderstorm that pelted Regina with heavy rain, hail and a tornado led to traffic hold ups and business closures across the city.
Residents in Strasbourg were in for an odd and dangerous surprise over the weekend, as a vehicle burst into flames on the town's main street.
Officials say a wildfire that began in the Upper Tantallon, N.S., area Sunday afternoon is ongoing and still not under control.
Danielle Smith is still the premier of Alberta, surviving a vigorous campaign and a tight vote Monday against NDP challenger Rachel Notley.
The seventh annual Nagar Kirtan celebrations in Regina marked the first time that Sikh motorcyclists have been able to ride in Saskatchewan with turbans instead of helmets.
It was a busy weekend for the Regina Police Service (RPS), as traffic enforcement units were handing out plenty of tickets when officers weren't warning motorists of flooded roads