The officer has been suspended with pay and an ASIRT investigation is underway.
Danica Ferris joined the Global Lethbridge team as a Videographer in April 2019, after graduating from the Broadcast News program at SAIT.
She was born in Calgary but spent 10 years in British Columbia, where she graduated from high school and completed her Bachelor of Communications at Simon Fraser University. Upon finishing her undergrad at SFU, Danica decided to follow a gut feeling and move back to Calgary to attend SAIT in the fall of 2017.
An athlete through and through, she brings her competitive spirit to every story and wants to tell things the “right way.”
Danica grew up playing every sport she could, but spent most of her time on the soccer field. She now obsessively follows hockey and spends most of her spare time watching and reading about sports.
You can also find her on the golf course, touring craft breweries, or binge watching the same three TV shows over and over again.
The University of Lethbridge has named Dr. Suzanne Lenon the 2021 Board of Governors Teaching Chair, and the associate professor has big plans for her two-year term.
Lethbridge’s 20-year-old disc golf course will no longer be the only one of its kind in the city.
Capital Improvement Program deliberations continued on Tuesday, beginning with a deeper look at last month’s online public engagement.
Members of Lethbridge city council will sit as the economic standing policy committee (SPC) all week, deliberating the city’s Capital Improvement Program for 2022 to 2031.
The Lethbridge Hurricanes completed the 24-game WHL season with zero positive cases of COVID-19.
The province says it’s time to crack down on enforcement as COVID-19 case numbers continue to climb, but the messaging to this point has caused some confusion.
The southern Alberta baseball community is remembering an umpire who was larger than life and who impacted everyone he met on and off the field.
A pair of impressive Pronghorns alumni are set to have their jerseys lifted into the rafters at the University of Lethbridge.
As the third wave of COVID-19 has seen cases spike across Alberta, the Blood Tribe’s pandemic response has kept numbers under control, despite the reserve’s unique challenges.
Every young player at Lethbridge’s Prairie Baseball Academy has the same goal: commit to a four-year school, south of the border.
Lethbridge will soon have a Community Wellbeing and Safety Task Force, aimed at tackling social issues facing the city.
Using a smartphone camera, users take a photo of the back of their throats, and the program analyzes the picture for signs of COVID-19.
A member of the Lethbridge Overdose Prevention Society has had nine tickets dismissed by a judge after city representatives failed to attend a pair of court dates.
A number of City of Lethbridge departments presented their future wish lists to members of city council on Wednesday.