An Edmonton man is reflecting on the moment he ran into a burning home to save a neighbour earlier this month.
Amidst a number of armed robberies in St. Albert, RCMP are telling young people in the city to stay in groups, with an adult or stay at home.
A proposal for a low-income housing project in the Terwillegar area was presented to community members at an open house in the southwest Edmonton neighbourhood Wednesday night.
On Thursday, the city unveiled one of its new custom-built pothole filling mega trucks.
It has taken years to re-build, but a rare World War II Hawker Hurricane fighter plane being restored in Alberta is almost ready to be unveiled.
Dale McFee believes face-to-face conversations are the best way to build relationships with community groups.
Old dogs can learn new tricks. All they need is someone to give them a chance.
An Alberta history professor has spent two years building the famous car from Back To The Future.
The incident began when two vehicles collided near 66 Street and 123 Avenue, just north of Yellowhead Trail.
An Edmonton family is upset after someone stile their pumpkin.
Leigh’s Disease won’t let Maren Bradford grow up the way she’s supposed to. But it can’t stop her spirit.
Hatching is only beginning now, so swatting season will be delayed too.
Set to open May 2 near the Edmonton International Airport, the mall caters to travellers and local shoppers.
The first-ever formal discussion about mental health at the annual FarmTech Conference in Edmonton was nearly at capacity.
How do two brothers from Saskatchewan end up Buffalo Bills fans? Global News anchor Kent Morrison explains how his brother’s Twitter handle launched a great adventure.