A newly discovered insect species isn’t believed to be harmful to canola crops but scientists say they will need to study it further.
While charges have been laid in one case, a Saskatoon lawyer says don’t expect to see a floodgate of manslaughter charges in connection to fatal overdoses.
For the first time in Saskatchewan, authorities have laid manslaughter charges in connection to a string of overdose deaths.
Jonathan Gunville was sentenced in a North Battleford courtroom Wednesday for stealing an SUV with a six-year-old girl in the backseat last fall.
The stomach bug, more formally known as norovirus, is highly contagious and can’t be treated with antibiotics.
Blake Jeffrey Schreiner is now facing a first-degree murder charge in the death of his common-law wife Tammy Brown.
When it comes to tracking and taking down child predators, the Saskatchewan ICE unit is being regarded as one of the best in the country.
More than 100 vendors from the Saskatoon Farmers’ Market will be displaced unless they find a new venue by 2020.
It’s hard to believe but some people enjoy these frigid conditions. In fact, Jay Brown is challenging others to explore what winter has to offer.
A Saskatoon airline passenger has filed a complaint after missing her flight at Skyxe.
Two Saskatoon police constables have now had an assault charge laid against them withdrawn, after they agreed to mediation in December.
With just two days to spare before his window to appeal ran out, Joseph “David” Caissie appealed his murder conviction in the death of Carol King.
Accused of attempted murder involving a shoot out with Saskatoon police, Mike Arcand takes the stand in his own defence, detailing the moments before his run-in with the law.
A Saskatchewan woman who had more than 100 animals seized from her care filed an injunction to stop them from being adopted out while she awaits trial.
A $20 million campaign was launched in Saskatoon on Wednesday for the first center of its kind in the city – a hospice to support patients through end-of-life care.