Regina Police remained at the scene of a residence along the 700 block of Retallack Street early Thursday morning where two men were found dead inside.
The annual Regina Foundation Home Lottery kicked off Wednesday featuring a $1.1 million grand prize show home.
Over 150 Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) employees have been given layoff notices, according to the union representing government employees.
Saskatchewan is being used as a positive example for reducing court trial times in a recent Senate report.
A new non-profit medical marijuana dispensary has opened in Regina and owner Kelly Csada says she plans to donate a chunk of her profits to charity.
It’s been just over a week since around nearly 250,000 liters of oil spilled from a Husky Energy facility into the North Saskatchewan River.
The 41-year-old Ontario man who had his bike stolen in Regina while on a cross-country cycling vacation received a special gift Thursday morning.
Nearly 100 people gathered Wednesday afternoon for the third-annual memorial walk to remember children who died at a Regina residential school.
An Ontario man who is cycling across Canada from coast to coast for a vacation had his bike stolen after arriving in Regina last week.
Tony Fiacco, the older brother of former mayor Pat Fiacco announced Monday morning that he will be challenging incumbent Mayor Michael Fougere in the upcoming civic election on Oct. 26.
The 11-year-old Regina boy who started his own lawn mowing business to earn enough money to buy tickets to his first Roughriders game has gained a lot of attention.
An 11-year-old Regina boy is making waves in his community for using his summer not just for fun but to start his own business.
An officer with the Regina Police Service (RPS) is facing impaired driving charges after a late night traffic stop in the Lumsden, Sask. area.
Three Regina residents have been charged following a break and enter early Monday morning in Regina’s east end.
SGI Canada released its financial results for 2015-16, posting a profit of $84.5 million.