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Over half of Saskatoon police chases in 2016 involved a stolen…
05.24 / 14:37
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The city of Regina says some streets will be closed or restriction as the construction season winds…
05.24 / 13:48
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Amanda Totchek, accused of sending suspicious packages and bomb threats in Saskatoon, has a new…
05.24 / 13:14
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Environment Canada says winds could reach gusts between 50 to 100 km/h in some parts of the province later this…
05.24 / 13:12
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The University of Regina is responding to cuts in the provincial budget by cutting…
05.24 / 12:16
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A lawyer in North Battleford is determined to give residential school students who died in the area the burial they…
05.24 / 11:07
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Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for a large swath of western and central…
05.24 / 02:29
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Janet Leflar says she will never forgive the teen who killed her daughter…
05.24 / 02:06
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Security managers at Saskatchewan music and sports stadiums are assuring the public that safety is their top priority after the shocking terror attack in Manchester, U.K.,…
05.24 / 01:20
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Officials from two recreational clubs in Saskatoon say having motorized boats and paddlers in the same area could create a safety…
05.24 / 00:58
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On Tuesday, the youth – who cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act – read aloud his apology letter, telling the courtroom “I can’t apologize enough for what I’ve done.”…
05.24 / 00:58
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While many farmers are finishing up their seeding on schedule, others were faced with harvesting before they could even…
05.23 / 23:23
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The small town of Balgonie, Sask. is receiving a funding boost to expand their wastewater…
05.23 / 22:41
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Kamsack RCMP say a vehicle was observed driving in an erratic manner placing the officers and suspect at risk this past…
05.23 / 22:18
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By 650 CKOM In the wake of the deadly suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena in the UK, SaskTel Centre is outlining their security policies to reassure customers. Executive Director Scott Ford told 650 CKOM Tuesday morning the arena hasn't received any threats, but noted staff and performers are more wary after the attack in Britain. "It certainly heightens everything," he said. "All the artists will be on alert and nobody wants this type of situation to happen." Ford said the... // Read…
05.23 / 22:09
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By The Canadian Press QUEBEC — A petition to ban caleches in Quebec City has more than 34,000 signatures after two incidents involving horses on the weekend. Local police say the first occurred when a horse suddenly took off and the driver was unable to control the animal. Soon after, another horse tripped and lay on the ground for about two hours. A veterinarian eventually gave the animal a shot of adrenalin and police say it was not injured in the mishap. The petition says horses can... /…
05.23 / 22:09
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By The Canadian Press MANCHESTER, England — The Latest on the blast at an Ariana Grande concert in northern England (all times local): 10:05 p.m. British Prime Minister Theresa May says raising the country's terror threat level and deploying soldiers to patrol key sites a "proportionate and sensible response" to the suicide bombing at a Manchester concert venue. May said Tuesday that the "callous and the cowardly" Monday attack that killed 22 people and injured another 59, many c…
05.23 / 22:09
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By The Canadian Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A deadly botulism outbreak linked to contaminated nacho-cheese dip sold in a California gas station is a rare case of the disease that can cause paralysis and death. The outbreak in the Sacramento area left one man dead and sent nine people to a hospital. Here are some things to know about botulism: ___ A RARE DISEASE The National Organization for Rare Disorders says there were 199 confirmed and 14 probable cases of botulism reported to... // Read …
05.23 / 22:09
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By The Canadian Press CANNES, France — The Cannes Film Festival threw a star-studded celebration Tuesday for its 70th anniversary, drawing mobs of celebrities and a dozen former Palme d'Or winners to commemorate the illustrious French Riviera festival's birthday. Big names from across cinema streamed down the Cannes red carpet Tuesday night for a ceremony that recounted the festival's history through a series of clip reels and with moments of tribute to the victims of Monday's explosion at …
05.23 / 22:09
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In the wake of the deadly suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena in the UK, SaskTel Centre is outlining their security policies to reassure customers. Executive Director Scott Ford told 650 CKOM Tuesday morning the arena hasn't received any threats, but noted staff and performers are more wary after the attack in Britain. "It certainly heightens everything," he said. "All the artists will be on alert and nobody wants this type of situation to happen." Ford said the arena has a number of…
05.23 / 22:09
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