Rick Ducommun, a Prince Albert-born actor best known for his role in "The Burbs" with Tom Hanks, has died.
He was 62. He died a week ago in a Vancouver hospital of diabetic complications.
We are sad to say beloved comedian, actor, family man, and all around amazing guy Rick Ducommun has passed away. Laughing forever. #RIPRICK
Jon Stewart first apologized for not doing his job. Then, he had this to say about the shooting in Charleston that killed 9 people. (Below is a transcript.)
On a small stage in a dark-lit Saskatoon music venue, Jess Moskaluke fills the room with a song about cheap wine and cigarettes.
Saskatoon Police are dedicating a new art installation outside their headquarters to Canada's missing and murdered aboriginal women.
The yet-to-be-determined permanent piece of art will stand directly outside the main entrance to honour and remember the more than 1,000 victims.
On Wednesday, the public got their first chance to see the three shortlisted designs, talk to the artists and provide feedback.
It’s been two years since Katrina German shared her brand new tech startup at MoSo in Saskatoon.
Since its launch in April 2013, OneStory has expanded exponentially. One of the company’s largest clients is United Nations who is using the app in Albania.
OneStory collects people’s stories through smartphone videos. The app asks a series of questions and stitches the answers together to form a story that can be shared and browsed.
There's a lot of new farming equipment at the Farm Progress Show in Regina this week but nothing is more sharp than the axes and saws.
The Axe Women Loggers of Maine are showing off their skills with multiple shows each day, including underhand chopping, hot sawing, axe throwing and log rolling.
For underhand chopping, the women stand on a block of wood and swing their axes down between their feet, missing their toes by inches. A v-shaped section is chopped out of each side of the block until it breaks apart in two.
A lot of people in Saskatoon will remember the Ed Sheeran concert for a very long time but one couple will celebrate it forever.
With some help from the musician himself, the concert was where Pablo Benitez and Tanya Prochshyn became engaged.
A Saskatoon musician wants to help save a summer glee club for young adults with special needs after the provincial government cut funding to the program last month.
Ed Sheeran is helping a Saskatchewan family find closure after a tragic death.
At his concert at SaskTel Centre Tuesday, Sheeran will sign a CD for Teagen Williams and her family to place on her brother’s grave.
Williams wrote to C95 a few months ago asking for their help to get her brother Brett’s CD signed after he died from an overdose.
Sydney Bourbeau was singing Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud" at the West Edmonton Mall on Sunday when Sheeran hopped on stage and joined her.
Sheeran plays Tuesday night at the SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon.