Former WHL player Tyson Sievert died as a result of a fatal accident on Tuesday morning just north of Fort Qu’Appelle near Highway 22.
RCMP say that Sievert, 25, was alone in the vehicle and died at the scene.
An elderly man has been seriously injured following a multiple vehicle collision that has shut down Ring Road at Wascana Parkway on Tuesday afternoon.
Staff Sgt. Paul Tate with Regina police says a southwest bound vehicle lost control, crossed the median and spun before hitting a vehicle going the other way. A 67-year-old man and his passenger were taken to hospital.
Tate says that police responded to three other serious accidents, which were caused by drivers not slowing down for slippery road conditions.
Fort Qu’Appelle RCMP were on the scene of a fatal accident Tuesday morning.
It happened shortly before 3 p.m. just north of Fort Qu’Appelle near Highway 22 by the Lipton turnoff.
RCMP say that 25-year-old Tyson Sievert from Earl Grey was alone in the vehicle and died at the scene.
RCMP had blocked off a section of the highway as a Collision Reconstructionist worked to determine the cause of the accident.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Sabeen Ahmad and Chris Morin.
One person has died and another is in the hospital after a two vehicle collision on Highway #13 near Kincaid at 10 a.m. on Monday.
While details of the crash are being withheld, RCMP are advising that travel in the Ponteix area is not recommended due to the extremely icy road conditions brought on by strong wind and rain.
The name of the deceased is being withheld until family is notified.
The second driver has non-life threatening injuries and is recovering in the Gravelbourg Hospital.
It's unlikely that he was delivering gifts overnight, but a 22-year-old Saskatoon man found himself on the naughty list.
He was arrested trying to break into a business on Clarence Avenue South by 13th Street, but not before attempting to make a run for it.
He now faces two charges of break and enter.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Sabeen Ahmad.
An 18-year-old Saskatoon man is facing a number of charges following a string of robberies early Christmas Eve morning.
The first incident occurred around 12:30 a.m. on 22nd Street by Avenue N. Three men were assaulted and two of them were robbed at knife-point.
Then around 3 a.m. a 31-year-old woman, a 10-year-old boy and an infant were also robbed at knife-point on 23rd and Avenue F. The suspect fit the same description as the previous attack.
Battlefords RCMP say alcohol is believed to be a factor in the rollover death of a 33-year-old woman from the Red Pheasant First Nation.
At 11:00 p.m. on Dec. 22 a single vehicle rollover occurred on a grid road near North Battleford.
The vehicle’s four other occupants, three girls between the ages of 14 and 15, as well as a 34-year-old woman, received minor injuries and the incident remains under investigation.
RCMP believe alcohol is a factor in the crash.
Names are being withheld by authorities.
A donation to the Saskatchewan Party by Glen Kobussen in 2009 may have broken election contribution laws, says the province's Chief Electoral Officer.
Kobussen, who has been running two Humboldt-area colleges that were accused of improper government spending, allegedly paid $1,000 for a membership to the party's Enterprise Club, which is used to give members special access to the Premier and cabinet ministers.
The Sask. Party states that they disagree with the Electoral Officer's findings, and they have fully complied with all contribution laws.
Friends and family of missing Saskatoon woman Dorothy Woods are continuing their search, despite police declarations that Woods may have been the victim of foul play.
Woods, 45, was last seen leaving her home on Riel Crescent in the east end of Saskatoon on Nov. 12.
An organized search took place on Dec. 10, but friends of Woods have since been organizing their own searches.
But Woods’ friend Sandy Lukowich says some people have been uncomfortable doing large scale ground searches because it insinuates the missing woman may not be alive.
Traffic is restricted in the area of 6th Avenue North and Albert Street after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle around 4 p.m. Friday afternoon.
A man in his late twenties was crossing the street on the green light when he was struck by a truck.
The driver of the truck talked to witnesses on the scene but fled once police arrived.
The pedestrian was taken to the General Hospital with undetermined injuries.
Traffic was closed on the southbound lane of Albert Street, while 6th Avenue was also down to one lane.