Last year, they charged four people with impaired driving during the same time period.
Whitney Stinson ushered in a new era at Global Regina in the spring of 2013, moving from reporter to lead anchor of a new team on the local news desk. She now leads the Saskatchewan team as managing editor for the province.
Since then, Global Regina has accomplished great journalism in the community, winning a national RTNDA Bert Cummings Award for Best Newscast in a medium market.
Whitney’s journalism career began while attending Humber College for broadcast journalism. She paired her diploma with a certificate of journalism in conflict zones from Athabasca University and began reporting.
From there, she worked as a local radio personality in her hometown of Kingston, Ont., as writer for CBC News Now in Toronto, and as a producer for Roger’s Peel Region before she decided to move west to join the NewCap News team in Lloydminster, Sask. During her time there, Whitney won an RTNDA award for her documentary called ‘Race the Base’.
Since then, she’s made a name for herself in this province, anchoring first for CTV Saskatoon before joining the Global Regina team in 2012 as a reporter.
During her time in Saskatchewan, Whitney has interviewed countless community leaders, movers and shakers. She’s hosted talk shows, documentaries, and factual entertainment, before moving to the nightly news desk.
She enjoys being a part of the quickly growing Regina community, both on television and online.
Regina Police have charged two teenage boys of aggravated assault after an incident early Friday morning. A 17-year-old boy was taken to hospital for treatment of numerous injuries.
“Not everybody will go through the checkstop. They’ll see it happening a block or two away and they’ll avoid it. So there’s other methods that we have that traffic enforcement will be planning,” Regina Police Spokesperson Kim Schmidt said.
A large police operation in Regina’s Core neighbourhood kept many residents inside their houses, and blocked some from getting home.
A wedding anniversary is always cause for celebration, but for one Regina couple their special day has double meaning. They were married on Nov. 11th, 1944, and they not only celebrate their love, but his safe return every year.
The mayoral race is in full swing as incumbent Michael Fourgere released the entirety of his platform Wednesday. Staying the course was the main theme of his speech.
“I didn’t even realize I had been bitten until after I pulled my hand out and there was blood everywhere,” Raab said. “I didn’t know if it was mine. I thought it was the puppy’s at first.”
RCMP say a 23-year-old-man was swimming in the water with friends when he swam past a buoy where the water drops off and began to struggle.
One Regina city councillor wants the city to investigate having both Metric and Imperial measurements on certain traffic signs.
A Regina man died this past weekend in what RCMP are investigating as a possible diving accident at Lovering Lake.
Tyrone Tyson Agecoutay was last seen on Dixon Crescent at 11 a.m. Monday.
34-year-old Clayton Bo Eichler is facing two first degree murder charges in connection with the deaths of Richelle Bear and Kelly Goforth.
With all this innovation under one governing structure, perhaps it’s no surprise the FHQ has attracted the attention of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Beer used to be a “man’s drink”. But, with the explosion of craft beer, there are more and more flavours being developed and marketed to appeal to women.
Police have released the name of the man who was found dead in an alley Wednesday night.