There are some morning traffic woes in Saskatoon after a three-vehicle collision.
Saskatoon police say it happened at Preston Avenue South and Circle Drive just before 8 a.m.
Driver tried to turn north onto Preston Avenue and collided with two other vehicles.
Injuries are believed to be minor.
As of 9 a.m., traffic was delayed. Police were on scene but it was expected to be cleared shortly.
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Clay Mazurkewich, a former Saskatoon mayoral candidate, is being released on conditions after police arrested him at a restaurant on Wednesday.
A young Regina man is facing charges after making threats to others on a social media page.
Connor Hemingway, 18, was charged after police investigated some comments made by the Regina high school student. Regina police were first called to a public school Tuesday around 9:30 a.m. after officers were told that a student had made concerning comments to a fellow student.
A collision on Circle Drive has taken the life of a 53-year-old man.
Traffic along Circle Drive northbound between 8th and 14th Streets was restricted for a few hours as police investigated, but traffic is now back to normal after a collision between a car and a semi
The collision occurred at approximately 2:30 p.m. A male motorist was transported to hospital where he was pronounced dead.
The SPS Collision Analyst Unit was called to the scene where they are conducting a full investigation.
No charges have been laid at this time.
It started as a missing person’s case in September, then became a suspicious death when a body was found, and now police are now confirming a Regina woman was killed.
Tara Fawn Chartrand, who sometimes went by the name of Shingoose, had not been seen since September.
On Friday night, police found the 30-year-old’s body inside a house on Cameron Street.
Some employees in Saskatoon are shaken up after a man tried to rob their video store Tuesday night.
Saskatoon police were called to the business in the 1600 block of Idylwyld Drive North just before 10 p.m. on Tuesday.
A woman working at the store told police that a man came into the store and started looking at the items inside. When customers left the business, the man approached the woman and showed her a handgun while demanding cash.
A Regina Police officer is facing a serious assault charge.
On Tuesday, the Regina Police Service revealed that Constable Robert Power, 40, has been charged with assault causing bodily harm. The charge stems from an arrest he made on May 7.
The person he took into custody complained that Power assaulted him during the course of the arrest.
A defense lawyer for two Regina men asked for a mistrial at their sentencing for manslaughter and aggravated assault on Tuesday.
Ronald Zerr and Ashton Lavallee were found guilty last week in the incident that resulted in Albert Lowenberger's death in 2008 outside the King's Head Tavern in north Regina.
Zerr’s lawyer Bob Hrycan suggested the jury might not have understood that self-defense could have been used as an option to acquit the men of manslaughter. Hrycan called the verdict compromised, and added it doesn’t make sense on fact.
Saskatoon's police chief has come out in favour of a new approach to how his department approaches its work.
It’s a model often called "Community Policing" back in Scotland where it originated. A fact-finding tour in that country by representatives from the Prince Albert Police Service saw a similar model applied in that city in 2011.
The horrific shooting in Newtown, Connecticut is raising questions about safety and emergency procedure at schools in Regina.
Both public and Catholic schools in the city do have an emergency plan in place.
“Every single one of our schools has an emergency plan that’s reviewed annually,” said Terry Lazarou with Regina Public Schools. “All staff and students regularly practice this plan much like they would a fire drill to ensure that all schools are prepared in the event of an emergency or crisis.”