RCMP say a homicide investigation in Yorkton has led to a second-degree murder charge for a 61-year-old woman.
Saskatchewan RCMP are asking the public for help in a Yorkton homicide investigation after a man was found dead inside a home Thursday morning.
With little snow on the ground, concerns over dry conditions continue to grow, especially for farmers across the Prairies.
A man is dead after a single-vehicle crash in Yorkton Saturday morning, according to police.
Skills Canada Saskatchewan hosted their annual Trade and Tech Day: Pathways to Promising Careers, at Yorkton Regional High School on Wednesday.
In celebration of National Child Day on Nov. 20, kids from the city of Yorkton spent the day learning about their rights as a child through fun and educational activities organized by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Yorkton and Area.
SaskPower representatives are travelling across different cities in the province and giving online informational sessions about a series of scenarios for how residents and industries can reach net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050.
A Canadian Forces veteran in Yorkton is highlighting the important role Canadians have in peacekeeping operations across the globe.
An art installation is making its way throughout Treaty Four territory this year, with its last stop being at the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery (GDAG) in Yorkton.
Agriculture Week in Yorkton is being celebrated through the annual Grain Millers Harvest Showdown happening from Nov. 1 to Nov. 4.
Reactions were mixed following an announcement that students at Canora Junior Elementary School would not be sporting spooky costumes but celebrating harvest on Oct. 31.
A pilot program for learning how to skate and trying out different Skate Canada programs was launched on the Ochapowace First Nation on Friday.
A Regina employer is asking the court to quash a provincial arbitrator’s order to reinstate two employees who were fired for failing to follow the company’s COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy.
The Regina Pats gained their first win of the season against the Swift Current Broncos on Saturday, officially snapping a six game losing streak, and reporting a successful teddy bear toss on top of it.
LGBTQ2S+ advocates are not backing down in their legal fight against the Sask. Party’s Parents’ Bill of Rights, submitting an amended application against the legislation on Friday evening.
For the month of December, the Regina Farmers’ Market is hosting the biggest indoor market in its nearly 50-year history.
With the weather phenomenon known as El Nino expected to impact much of western Canada this winter, including Saskatchewan, one meteorologist wants people to know it doesn’t mean no snow and above-zero temperatures will be the everyday norm.
In medieval times, hospitals took care of the 'poor and infirm,' but how were inhabitants selected and what were their lives like? Researchers analyzed 400 skeletons to find out.
The Saskatchewan NDP is questioning the make-up of Saskatchewan’s delegation to the COP28 conference in Dubai.
An evening stroll for a Saskatoon man and his three children quickly turned violent, when two Pit bull dogs aggressively approached and attacked them on Wednesday in the Holiday Park neighbourhood.
Sandie Rinaldo sits down with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to talk about how he said he would 'never' become a politician back in 1995.
Families that need help conceiving a child are met with financial burdens that should be covered through government health care and insurance, advocates say.
Myles Goodwyn, the award-winning Canadian singer and songwriter who shot to stardom as the former lead singer of April Wine, has died at age 75.
Quebec entrepreneur Daniel Langlois and his spouse Dominique Marchand have died in their adopted home of Dominica, in the Caribbean, a source has confirmed.
An inmate has died at Her Majesty's Penitentiary in Newfoundland, one of the oldest operating provincial jails in the country, officials with the provincial Justice Department confirmed.
Commercial ships came under attack Sunday by drones and missiles in the Red Sea and a U.S. warship there opened fire in self-defence as part of an hourslong assault claimed by Yemen's Houthi rebels, officials said.