A missing persons case has come to a sad end west of Saskatoon.
RCMP had told the media early Tuesday morning that they would conduct a land and ground search for a young man who had gone missing over the weekend in the Biggar area. The focus would be a slough where searchers found the man's bicycle the day before.
Tuesday afternoon, mounties confirmed they had recovered Randy Walter's body. Walter was 24 years old, and from the Big Rose Hutterite.
A 29-year-old woman was killed over the weekend in Lloydminster, and RCMP suspect impaired driving to be the cause.
The woman was walking along the Yellowhead Highway that runs through the city when she was struck by a vehicle early Saturday morning. She suffered serious injuries, and later died in hospital.
After an investigation, police arrested 32 year old Jason Wallace Campbell. He's charged with impaired driving causing death, dangerous driving causing death, public mischief, and obstruction.
Three Saskatchewan communities remain under a state of emergency due to rising water.
A multi-month, marijuana trafficking investigation resulted in drug charges against a Cutknife man Wednesday.
RCMP executed a search warrent on a residence in Cutknife on Thursday and seized 20 pounds of marijuana, $5,000 cash, and an allegedly unsafely store firearm.
Police also seized a variety of items associated with high level drug trafficking.
Glen Sjoquist, 54, is charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking, possession of proceeds of crime and possessing a firearm while prohibited.
Battlefords RCMP are asking the public for help to locate a missing man.
Glenn Scott Joseph Gaudet said he was going for a walk and was last seen leaving his home in North Battleford on Monday.
Gaudet was last seen wearing a black and green shirt, blue jeans, black and grey DC snow board jacket and black shoes.
More than 13 families lost their home in a fire on the Thunderchild First Nation Monday.
The building that caught fire, called the "Tech," housed a classroom, business area, and a number of suites.
"Some people didn't even know there was a fire," said Shania, a woman who lives on the First Nation, "like my cousin. Her daughter, husband and her were in their unit. They heard people making a lot of noise and yelling. They opening the door to a gust of smoke - thick, black smoke."
With the Lloydminster hospital serving people both in Saskatchewan and Alberta, the facility is funding by both provinces as well. But the CEO of the Prairie North Regional Health Authority is arguing that Alberta is not pulling its weight.
"We have ongoing issues in terms of which province will pay what, and how much," said David Fan, "we're providing all the services to Albertans. Almost 60 per cent of the services we provide in Lloydminster are Albertans. So why isn't Alberta providing 60 per cent of the funding?"
It may take weeks for crews to clean up the wreckage of a crash between a train and a road grader, north west of North Battleford.
RCMP were first called at 7:58 a.m. Thursday to the village of Paynton. A train had been backing up when it struck a road grader crossing the train tracks. The crash trapped the grader's driver inside. The coroner pronounced him dead at the scene. RCMP have notified his family, and his name is not being released yet.
One man died in a collision that happened on Highway 17 Thursday morning just north of Lloydminster.
RCMP say a northbound pickup truck collided head on with a southbound semi around 11 a.m. Later in the day, officers confirmed a 53-year-old man from Lloydminster was pronounced dead at the scene. His family has been notified and his name will not be released.
Two people were in the semi and didn't get hurt badly.
The highway was closed until RCMP were done investigating the scene around 6 p.m.
Two people were injured in a crash involving two semis on Highway 16 near Radisson.
The collision started a fire after the two trucks hit each other about two kilometres west of the town which is about 76 kilometers south east of Battleford.
The RCMP say two people were injured, but there is no word on how badly.
Edited by CJME’s Adriana Christianson