Monday, March 10th 2014
Tuition up 4.5 per cent at University of Saskatchewan
Tuition is going up 4.5 per cent on average at the University of Saskatchewan.The board...
Educational puppet troupe teaches Sask. kids about disability
In a room packed with excited little voices two big puppets hit the stage. They aren’t...
Update: U of S students sleep outdoors for charity
The weather won’t match last week’s blistering cold but business students at the...
Unattended candles, inoperative fire alarms blamed for house fire
Unattended candles and inoperative smoke detectors are being blamed for an early Sunday...
Huskies women's basketball team wins league title
The Huskies women's basketball team defeated the Fraser Valley Cascades 67-56 in the...
Sunday, March 9th 2014
Saskatoon donates thousands to cover Dustin Boulet's funeral costs
Little more than a week after Dustin Boulet was killed outside a Saskatoon bar, his...
Saturday, March 8th 2014
PHOTOS: Warm weather draws big crowd for ROCK 102 Cardboard Cup
Armed with duct tape, carboard and their imaginations, dozens of people took to...
Wickenheiser tour makes stop in Saskatoon
Saskatoon’s Olympic hockey fans were out in full force Saturday to get a glimpse of...
Friday, March 7th 2014
Saskatchewan's Brier drought continues
It was heartbreak for Saskatchewan at the Tim Hortons Brier in Kamloops.Steve Laycock's...
Man accused of historic murder was helping victim: defense
A Saskatchewan judge must decide whether DNA evidence is enough to convict a man of...
Missing girl believed to be in Saskatoon or North Battleford
RCMP believe a missing 13-year-old girl is either in the Saskatoon or North Battleford...
Support continues for family of ailing hockey player
Kootenay Ice player hockey player fighting meningitis is getting support from the...
Saskatoon woman sees life in west Ukraine normalizing
When Saskatoon’s Tatiana Makowsky first arrived in Lviv, Ukraine to go to school about a...
Guilty plea in 23-year-old murder case
Johnathon Robert Pickett was sentenced to life in prison on Friday for the murder of Joan...
Jury deliberating in Humboldt coroner's inquest
A coroner's inquest into three deaths at a Humboldt care home is expected to conclude...
U of S developed vitamin-sized cameras head to pre-market testing
Doctors could soon be using vitamin-sized cameras to diagnose things like Crohn’s disease...
Tuition going up at University of Saskatchewan
Students will be paying more tuition at the University of Saskatchewan according to...
Ukrainian school brings crisis to classroom
Teachers at Saskatoon’s Ukrainian bilingual school are bringing the crisis to the...
Tuesday, March 11th 2014
Wave of water main breaks will continue despite warm temperatures, city says
Seven more water main breaks over the past 24 hours brings the total to 35 since Friday...
Thursday, March 6th 2014
Trial involving historic murder case wraps up in Saskatoon
The Crown has closed its case and the defense has chosen to call no evidence in a...