Friday, July 4th 2014
City of Regina approved for Provincial Disaster Assistance
The City of Regina has been approved for Provincial Disaster Assistance (PDAP).After...
Cabins sliding into Last Mountain Lake
Cabins that have been passed down from generation to generation for the last 60 or 70...
Riders sack attack aided by secondary
All week the Riders defensive line has been praised left, right and centre for the 10...
At a Glance: what you need to know about your PDAP claim
More information on PDAP and how to apply can be found on its website.
Thursday, July 3rd 2014
Crooked, Round Lake to reach record water levels
Cabin owners at Crooked Lake and Round Lake are busily sandbagging before water levels...
City of Regina releases untreated wastewater into Wascana Creek
The heavy rain on the weekend has forced the City of Regina to take its wastewater bypass...
Regina Cathedral Community Garden left flooded
Regina's Cathedral Community Garden off 13th Avenue on Regina's west end has been...
Gainsborough needs provincial help says community member
A woman from Gainsborough is not impressed with the government's response to flooding in...
Fundraiser for Prince Albert baby delivered after mother killed in crash
Almost a year after a car accident that shook Prince Albert, people are still supporting...
City of Regina applies for PDAP designation
Homeowners and renters alike are coping with the aftermath of flooding over the long...
PHOTOS/VIDEO: Premier Wall: flooding 'hard to fathom'
The premier has now seen some of the worst-damaged flood areas in south east Saskatchewan...
Extra rain not a problem for Craven
It'll be business as usual at the Craven Country Jamboree this year. The customary...
Riders offensive line still expects more
The Riders offensive line appears to have picked up where it left off in 2013. The unit...
Under emergency: how some Sask. communities are coping
Gainsborough remains waterloggedThe town of Gainsborough was evacuated Sunday during the...
Top 10 photos of Saskatchewan Floods 2014
As part of News Talk Radio's ongoing coverage of Saskatchewan Floods 2014, our newsroom...
Wednesday, July 2nd 2014
SARM president calls flooding worst he’s ever seen
This summer’s flooding could force Saskatchewan to take a step back and look and how they...
Canada Day ends with two pepper-spray attacks in Regina
It appears pepper spray was the weapon of choice in Regina on Canada Day as police...
PHOTOS: Flooding in Esterhazy area "hard to believe"
Katherine Miller and her family spent the weekend in the basement of their Esterhazy home...
RCMP seek two suspects in Montreal Lake Cree Nation assault
A 66-year-old woman is recovering in hospital following an attack on the Montreal Lake...
Regina celebrates Canada Day
It wasn't quite the day organizers had hoped for, but Regina was still able to celebrate...