On her first day acting as a flag person for Saskatchewan Highways, an 18-year-old woman was struck and killed by a driver.
RCMP is amending the information previously released on a fatal collision just north of Midale last Friday. The woman was not a pedestrian but a construction worker controlling traffic.
Ashley Dawn Richards was from Lakeside, New Brunswick. A co-worker who asked not to be named told News Talk Radio that she was new to the job, and she was pregnant.
Richards and her boyfriend had recently moved to Saskatchewan from New Brunswick.
His footprints are still on the surface of the moon, and his words will always be remembered but Neil Armstrong died Saturday at the age of 82.
Armstrong died of complications from heart surgery he had three weeks ago.
As the first man to set foot on the moon, Armstrong was a pioneer in science and space, and his inspiration reached all the way up to Saskatchewan.
Chris Beckett is with the Regina chapter of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. He says Armstrong had a big impact on what the society does.
Fall may be around the corner, but the heat continues to rise in Saskatchewan, thanks to the Roughriders fifth loss in a row.
Saturday afternoon was another disappointing end for the Riders, who went down 14-0 early and never recovered, losing 17-10 to the Calgary Stampeders.
Five losses in a row is tough, but if this streak reaches six, and that sixth would be against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Labour Day Classic...then the heat is really going to get intense.
Three people were sent to hospital after a two-vehicle collision west of Morse.
The collision happened around 9:30 p.m. Friday, about five kilometres from the town, which is located between Moose Jaw and Swift Current on the TransCanada Highway.
RCMP couldn't say what the extent of the injuries were.
For the first time in almost a month, the Saskatchewan Roughriders are back at Mosiac Stadium.
Much has changed in Riderville since that July 28th match up with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. That game was only their second loss in a row, and their second fourth quarter meltdown in a row. Since then, there's been some chnges to the roster, the team hasn't looked as good. The only thing that isn't different is that they lost the next couple of games as well.
RCMP are investigating a fatal pedestrian collision that happened around 5:30 p.m. Friday.
A worker was struck in a construction zone along Highway 39, near Midale, Saskatchewan. The pedestrian was taken by ambulance to hospital in Weyburn, but was pronounced dead. RCMP said charges are pending against the driver.
One man is paddling 300 kilometres along the South Saskatchewan River to raise awareness about mental illness.
Lately it seems every time you turn on the news there has been another fatal crash on a provincial road or highway.
So far this year 116 people have been killed in motor vehicle crashes on provincial roads and highways. That compares with 128 for all of last year, and to 143 in 2010.
It begs the question, is it time to toughen the laws?
"I think we have the laws in place but you need people to conform to those laws as well. Those speed limits are there for a reason," said Sgt. Paul Dawson.
A 23 year old in Moose Jaw is on the hook for what the Moose Jaw Police Service alleges was a marijuana grow-op.
According to a news release officers carried out a search on the 500 block of Home Street West.
There they discovered the “outdoor marijuana grow-op.”
Moose Jaw man, Landon Altman, was arrested and charged with both possession and production of marijuana.
Edited by CJME's Lisa Schick.
The arena affectionately known as the 'crushed can' will soon be living up to it's name, bulldozers are on-site for the demolition of the Moose Jaw Civic Centre.
Dozens of people in Moose Jaw turned out for a final farewell to the former home of the Warriors hockey team.
Bill Babbey is the developer for the new mall planned on the site he says for the people who came out expecting to see the old hockey rink flattened in one morning will have to wait. Babbey admitted it could take up to two months to finish the demolition.