Stephanie MacIntyre and her dog Luna were out for a routine walk in the Forest Heights neighbourhood Sunday night when they were suddenly surrounded by a snarling pack of coyotes.
Sarah Ryan (née Kraus) came home to join Global News Edmonton in 2015. Since graduating from St. Francis Xavier high school, she has travelled Canada extensively and lived in five different provinces.
First, she moved to Halifax to attend the University of King’s College and earn a double major in Journalism and Environmental Sustainability.
She got her start in the industry as an intern at Global Edmonton back in 2012 and worked her way up the ladder behind the scenes, before deciding she wanted to get out in the community and share people’s stories.
Sarah left to pursue reporting and ended up moving north to CJDC in Dawson Creek, BC, where she juggled reporting, anchoring sports, and providing weather forecasts.
Then, it was back to Alberta, this time a little further south, as a reporter at CHAT News in Medicine Hat. Her last stop was in Saskatchewan where she reported at Global Regina and filled in on the sports desk.
Since coming home Sarah has covered stories that tug at the heart-strings, like when viewers helped complete the bucket list of a young girl with an inoperable brain tumour.
She also spent a week in La Loche covering the mass shooting in 2016 and later that year worked long hours helping inform residents about the Fort McMurray wildfire.
When she’s not interviewing news-makers, Kraus can be found walking her rescue dog Ruth at the city’s off-leash parks, working out at the gym, or sneaking out of the city to go camping, hiking or skiing.
Sarah was married and changed her name in August 2019.
The family of Tanner Krupa has launched a website, social media accounts and a video to try and get information about what led to his death.
A handful of passionate speakers at committee Friday all opposed a cost-savings plan to reduce manual weeding across the city and replace it with increased herbicide use.
It’s been nearly three months since Alberta allowed people to book their first dose of AstraZeneca. Now, many are confused about when they’ll get their second doses.
A group of candidates running for seats on Edmonton’s city council are bonding over a shared disapproval of the state of the city’s roads, sidewalks and alleys.
Two six-storey apartment buildings are coming to the northeast Edmonton neighbourhood of Abbottsfield.
Meet mother dog Mo and Grandpa Garth, two Alberta animal rescue alumni now helping kittens in need: ‘While he can’t be a food source for them, he’s the source of everything else.’
Downtowns are often referred to as concrete jungles but two new urban outdoor spaces in Edmonton hope to add colour and energy to the heart of the city.
A candidate running for city council in Ward Anirniq is pressing pause on her doorknocking campaign in light of the newest COVID-19 restrictions announced by the province.
Edmonton is selling the former municipal airport lands as a sustainable, inner-city community unlike any other.
Two days after ETS launched its bus network redesign, feedback on the changes is mixed.
Experts say voters need to exercise caution around what they’re seeing and hearing in advertisements ahead of October’s municipal election.
At a city council meeting on Wednesday, there was unanimous support to help reduce the burden on Edmontonians when it comes to paying their property taxes.
Less than 24 hours after Canada’s finance minister rolled out what advocates are calling a historic investment in child care, Alberta’s premier is opposing it.
The 2021 federal budget includes big promises for making childcare more affordable, however, the Alberta government says it needs more information before signing on.