Three people are in custody after a collision around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.
They were in a car heading south on Hamilton Street. Regina police say it was speeding when it collided with a truck at the intersection with 6th Avenue.
The force sent the truck into a parking lot, where it hit an Explorer backing out of a stall.
The man and two women in the car ran from the scene. But officers tracked them down nearby.
All three were arrested, and then taken to hospital.
Police say they expect charges to be laid.
A visit to Regina has turned into an extended say for three Alberta men facing more than 100 charges related to fraud and forgery in Regina.
The Regina Police Service tells us Faysal Hassan, Osman Mohamed, and Said Abdi were arrested last Thursday. A local bank told the police they suspected someone had passed a fake cheque.
Three people are recovering at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, after the vehicle they were in rolled on highway 11.
It happened shortly before 3 p.m. just north of Hanley.
A 17-year-old boy, 21-year-old woman, and 21-year-old man were all trapped inside after the rollover.
Initially, STARS Air Ambulance was called to the scene, but soon it was determined they were no longer medically required to attend.
According to police, the victim of Saskatoon's fourth homicide of 2012 died as a result of being stabbed.
After Monday's autopsy, the coroner confirmed that the 29-year-old died of a stab wound.
Early Friday morning police were called to an apartment building above Buds on Broadway. When police and emergency medical staff arrived they found the man unresponsive. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police continue to investigate the death.
A man charged with abducting a child last summer was sentenced Monday.
On July,9, 2011, RCMP were called to Regina Beach where George Stephen Roberts was walking around the town while drunk.
Roberts took a four-year-old girl away from her mother. The mother yelled at the man, before grabbing her daughter back.
Roberts was sentenced to three years probation. The court ordered him to give a DNA sample as well.
The City of Saskatoon will be penning a letter to the Saskatchewan government, asking them to change provincial legislation surrounding photo radar technology so that it can be used by police.
The decision was made Monday afternoon after executive committee was asked to consider how a new sound measuring device, which uses photo radar, can be used to detect excess traffic pollution.
The next time you're in a bathroom at a bar or nightclub, you might see a poster with a stiff message -- one aimed at educating men in an effort to reduce the incidences of sexual assault in Regina.
That's because the Saskatchewan Association for Sexual Assault Services (SASAS) released their new campaign on Monday. They're calling it "Don't be THAT guy."
They hope the posters will help educate young people on the realities of sexual assault. The campaign targets people aged 18 - 25 with an emphasis on men.
Charges have been laid after a fight at a grad party for Pelican Lake First Nation left one man dead and his cousin heading to court.
Eighteen-year-old Jay Lyndon Thomas is charged with second degree murder after 23-year-old Robi Davis Thomas was found unresponsive in a field. He could not be revived.
Jay Thomas -- who turned 18 last week -- was still nearby and was placed under arrest. No weapons were found.
Robi Thomas' sister Angela had been at the party, but left to take one of her other brothers home. When she returned, she went looking for Robi.
A 19-year-old woman has been charged with failing to yield to a pedestrian after hitting an elderly man Monday afternoon.
The man was hit by her car as he was walking at the intersection of 22nd Street and Avenue W in Saskatoon at about 12:15 p.m.
According to MD Ambulance, the man was transported to Royal University Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Two men are recovering after being attacked with a bat and an iron bar outside a north end Saskatoon apartment Sunday night.
According to a Saskatoon Police Service news release, two men approached the victims, 29 and 53 years old, in the 300 block of Silverwood Road around 7:30 p.m.