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VIDEO: Regina cyclists enjoy a winter ride

Even on the coldest winter days in Regina, Anna Torgunrud will get out her bike and ride it to work.

Torgunrud is one of many in Regina who take cycling seriously, and her bike is just as prepared for the winter elements as some peoples' cars and trucks.

Courval mother wants driver disciplined after son left on school bus

On Friday morning, Barb Holmes got a call that no parent wants to get. Her child's school asked her, 'where is your son?'
Lachlyn was picked up from his home in Courval around 7:30 a.m. but the seven-year-old boy didn't get off at Gravelbourg Elementary. Instead, the boy was taken to the driver's home and was inadvertently left in the parked school bus.
Holmes said her son fell asleep on the school bus and when he woke up, it was dark and cold.

Councillor continues bid to keep Broadway, 3rd Ave winter lights up

City councillor Charlie Clark says if push comes to shove, he will find a way to keep seasonal lights up along two Saskatoon streets.

Clark said he wants to keep the lights on Broadway Avenue and 3rd Avenue up until March at a city estimated cost of $200.

The issue will go to committee on Monday, but, if voted down, Clark said he will find other ways to fund the lights.

Regina's francophone community tries to make sense of Paris attacks

The violent attacks in France appear to be over, but the conversation about the violence continues within Regina's Francophone community.

Warman officer rescues missing dog

It may have been part of his job, but an animal control officer in Warman went above and beyond for a lost dog.

Bailey the dog was staying with family friends on an acreage near Dalmeny over Christmas when she went missing near on Boxing Day.

Frantic, the family put up posters and even cut up bits of cloth with their scent on them to guide Bailey home. The parents thought of cancelling their trip to Hawaii but bylaw and animal control officer Wade Eberle told them he was on it.

Video: One Canadian dead after massive pileup in Michigan

Police say a Canadian trucker has died in a 123-vehicle pileup along a snowy Michigan interstate that caused fires on trucks carrying fireworks and acid.

Michigan State Police Lt. Rick Pazder said the Friday morning accident killed a trucker from Ottawa and injured at least 23

people who were taken to hospitals.

Man killed by rolling school bus in Hazlet

A rolling school bus killed a man in Hazlet in southwest Saskatchewan.

On Wednesday, the 61-year-old was working underneath the empty school bus in a parking lot in the town which is northwest of Swift Current. The bus rolled onto the man.
First responders were called to the scene. The man was pronounced dead there.
The man was not the driver of the bus, which is owned by the Chinook School Division.
SGI will perform a mechanical inspection on the vehicle next week.

The man's name is not being released by RCMP.

P.A. girl making a difference at a young age

While most seven year olds are playing with nail art, one Prince Albert girl is figuring out how she can help others.

Kaeleigh Burns is working to raise money for the Prince Albert Safe Shelter for Women. The idea just came to her one day, she said.

“I’m selling cookies and I’m giving away clothes and toys and other household items,” she said Wednesday afternoon sitting beside her sister Makala and brother Matthew. “I think I knew all the girls and boys and moms were really tired of stuff, so I wanted to help them.”

Teen girl faces charges after police chase in Saskatoon

A 16-year-old girl in Saskatoon is in custody after trying to get away from police in a stolen vehicle.

Police received a report of a stolen vehicle around 2 a.m. Friday morning and spotted the vehicle just before 4 a.m. around 21st Street and Avenue M.

Paris attack hits close to home for U of R student

Shocking, tragic and sickening are just a few words people in Regina are using to describe the deadly terrorist attack on a Paris newspaper.

On the University of Regina campus, many international students are paying close attention to news of the attack, as it hits close to home. 

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