The damage will be assessed in southwest Manitoba after a tornado hit an area near Tilston.
Storm chasers captured dramatic video and pictures Monday night of the twister and shared it to social media. Even the mayor of Virden, Jeff McConnell, tweeted to residents, "Take cover now please! I want to see you in the morning!"
A stressful week has a happy ending for Regina's Kyle Munday.
His car was stolen on July 18 from a parking lot on Albert Street North parking lot. It was recovered by police in Saskatoon on Sunday.
"(Police) found the car and the guy, and he's in custody and that as of right now my car is actually at the Saskatoon police (station)," said Munday.
A huge fire on a hotel rooftop in Las Vegas, Nevada, caught a lot of attention on social media Saturday afternoon.
The fire sent huge plumes of smoke billowing above the Las Vegas Strip, but it was soon under control.
It started near an outside pool area, though as of Saturday evening, the cause of the fire hadn't been determined.
Officials say one person was taken to hospital, but didn't elaborate as to why.
- with files from the Associated Press
The thunderstorm that rolled through Wednesday afternoon didn't last long, but it was intense with strong wind, lightning, heavy rain and small hail.
In Kerrobert, north of Kindersley, large hail and strong wind tore down trees and ripped siding off homes and businesses. The damage was severe enough for the town to declare a state of emergency Thursday morning.
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Patsy Kiss, manager of the Wild Goose Motel in Kerrobert, watched the clouds roll in.
Another local Regina business has turned to Facebook in hopes of finding a thief.
Darcey Shaw is one of the owners of Alsport Sales Ltd. His phone rang shortly after midnight Monday morning with a call from his alarm company saying someone had broken into the store's compound.
"Somebody had back through, or drove through one of our fences and unfortunately wrecked five motorcycles in the process, and then stole one as well."
Shaw immediately checked the footage from his security camera and saw exactly what happened.
Not able to get to the hospital fast enough, a Houston-area father captured the birth of new son on camera.
A video of the birth posted to YouTube has gotten millions of views. It shows the mother delivering a 10-pound baby while sitting in the passenger's seat of the couple's van.
According to reports, this is the couple's third child.
Warning: some may find the video difficult to watch.
Knocked off his board by an attacking shark, three-time world champion Mick Fanning punched the creature before escaping unharmed during the televised finals of a world surfing competition in South Africa on Sunday.
The Australian surfer was struck by the shark from behind and knocked into the water as he sat on his board waiting his turn during the JBay Open in Jeffrey's Bay in the Eastern Cape Province.
As wildfires continue to burn in northern Saskatchewan over 12,000 people have been forced from their homes.
With 7,000 people registered with social services, Saskatoon has already taken in more than 2,000 evacuees in with the majority staying at the Henk Ruys Soccer Centre. Others are staying at the Travelodge near Circle Drive and the Thriftlodge on Idylwyld Drive.
Dick Van Patten, the genial comic actor best known as the patriarch of TV's Eight is Enough, has died at the age of 86.
Van Patten began his career as a child actor performing on the stage and on TV during its early years. His greatest success came as Tom Bradford, a middle-aged widower and father of eight children who met and married Abby, played by Betty Buckley. The ABC comedy-drama aired from 1977-1981.
Van Patten also appeared in a number of films including Spaceballs and Soylent Green.
Two people are dead after two small planes collided mid-air east of Fort McMurray Sunday night.
Mounties say one of the planes landed safely. The lone pilot inside wasn't hurt.
Meanwhile, a medical helicopter searched for the other plane and found that it had crashed east of the city. When police arrived at the crash site officers confirmed two people in the aircraft were dead.
A cell phone video captured the landing of the plane that returned to the airport.
Warning: the video contains language that may offend some people.