Dr. Deena Hinshaw said daily COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalizations are falling, but the number of Albertans in hospital is still too high to start easing restrictions. Continue reading
Digital Content Coordinator
Kirby Bourne is an award-winning journalist who has always wanted to spend her life telling stories.
A graduate of the radio and television program at NAIT, Kirby has spent time covering news, sports and entertainment for both television and radio stations across Alberta and British Columbia.
She returned to Edmonton as an anchor/reporter for 630 CHED and iNews880 in 2013 and spent just over three years delivering the news to Corus listeners.
In November 2016, Kirby made the move to the digital side of radio and now spends her days creating engaging web and video content.
In early 2017, Kirby was honoured with the Dave Rogers Award for a short feature she produced on two Metis settlements that housed people after the Fort McMurray wildfire in 2016.
A man’s death in west Edmonton on Sunday has been ruled a homicide. Now police are turning to the public for footage from the area at the time of the shooting. Continue reading →
Jason Kenney says halting construction on the controversial project will be disastrous for both the Canadian and U.S. economies and their relationship. Continue reading →
Alberta’s health minister says the vaccine schedule will be affected, but the province will continue giving out whatever vaccine it does receive to those priority groups. Continue reading →
A new voice is being added to the Edmonton Oilers on 630 CHED broadcast team this year. But for many, it will be a familiar voice as Cam Moon steps up for play-by-play. Continue reading →
A 31-year-old man died after a climbing accident in the Crowsnest Pass last weekend, RCMP said on Wednesday. Continue reading →
After raising millions of dollars for Alberta charities last year, the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation has announced the online 50/50 will be back for this season. Continue reading →
Alberta’s police watchdog said the shot was fired after a group of training officers was unwinding after the day at a gun training facility in northeast Edmonton. Continue reading →
Police and fire crews were called to the house fire south of High Level early Tuesday morning, where a man and woman were found dead. Continue reading →
The four-month investigation led officers to search four homes in Edmonton, finding 13.77 kilograms of methamphetamine in one of the homes. Continue reading →
A spokesperson for the Edmonton Police Service said the man was arrested after failing to appear in court. Continue reading →
Edmonton homicide detectives have laid a murder charge in a homicide from 2019. Continue reading →
While the doctor didn’t contract COVID at work, Alberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro said the loss will be felt by all Albertans. Continue reading →
Police allege the two were communicating with teenage girls in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Continue reading →
Edmonton police are looking for information or dashcam footage after a random shooting on Yellowhead Trail early Saturday morning. Continue reading →