Saturday, June 28th 2014
Friday, June 27th 2014
Parole documents reveal criminal history of Timothy Gunn
A 25-year-old man charged in connection to a destructive car chase in Saskatoon on...
FSIN reacts to Supreme Court ruling
The chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) expects a Supreme Court...
Anti-TransformUS group meets U of S president
A group opposed to the TransformUS program at the U of S got its chance to speak with...
Weekend weather looks decent for Saskatoon
Saskatoon and area appears to be dodging the majority of rain expected this weekend....
Public boat launch reopens
Saskatoon's public boat launch has reopened in time for the weekend.The boat launch was...
Sheepdogs' Ewan Currie to throw first pitch at Jays game
From Saskatoon’s east side Blue Jays to the real deal in Toronto, the lead singer of the...
Saskatoon Blades name new assistant coach
Head coach and general manager Bob Woods is building his staff with the Saskatoon Blades....
Man with lengthy criminal record arrested after bizarre police chase
Saskatoon police arrested a 25-year-old Timothy Gunn Wednesday night after a stolen...
Thursday, June 26th 2014
Medical simulation centre opens in Saskatoon
Meet Bruce. Bruce's chest rises and falls as he takes a couple deep breaths, sweat beads...
Updated: Closing arguments at Hales murder trial
Thursday saw closing arguments in Douglas Hales' trial for the first-degree murder of...
New police crisis team in Saskatoon
A new team combining a police officer and a crisis worker is now on the streets of...
Saskatoon police come up empty handed after standoff
On top of an investigation into the wild police pursuit, a home on Avenue J South was the...
Alerts sent to hospital staff after incidents in City Park
Saskatoon Health Region (SHR) staff from around the city received text alerts following...
Lauryn Hill delivers at Saskatchewan Jazz Fest
Despite an ominous sky, the rain held off for Ms. Lauryn Hill's gig Wednesday night at...
Monday, September 8th 2014
Updated: Neil Yakimchuk found guilty of first-degree murder
No family members of an Alberta man convicted of a historical Saskatoon murder were in...
Wednesday, June 25th 2014
Sentencing pushed back for former Saskatoon Hilltop Adrian Charles
An Ontario appeals court decision currently awaiting a hearing by the Supreme Court of...
Chamber head blasts federal anti-spam law
The head of Saskatoon's Chamber of Commerce has strong words about a new federal rules...
Meewasin looks 10 years ahead
The Meewasin Valley Authority is planning a face lift in the next decade.Wednesday they...