Time isn't making the Regina-based search for Kristen Cruickshank's sister any easier.
Kimberley Cruickshank went missing from her home in Regina over three weeks ago.
Kristen says red flags popped up after police searching her house found her dogs locked in her bedroom.
"Those dogs were like her babies. She would have never left them alone like that... It just put a lot more seriousness into this."
She is concerned that her sister was kidnapped.
The Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds would like to see more preventative measures when it comes to managing the province’s water.
SAW’s acting chair David Sloan said assistance from the provincial government is needed.
“Because they’ve been adamant about the need to reduce the flooding, we need to be prepared for drought situations and we need to protect our water sources,” Sloan said.
Highway 2 from Moose Jaw to Chamberlain is set to close once again this morning.
A portion of the highway from Tuxford to the intersection with Chamberlain remained closed all day on Friday as clean up continued after a truck flipped, spilling oil near Buffalo Pound Lake, but was reopened in the evening for traffic.
That stretch of highway 2 will be closed again Saturday as of 8 a.m. as crews continue to clean up the spil.
The SJHL Canalta Cup Final is
going at least six games, after the Yorkton Terriers evened the championship at
two with a 4-1 win over the Humboldt Broncos on Thursday.
Tyler Giebel opened the scoring for Yorkton, and sealed the deal with a late empty-netter. Jeremy Johnson had a goal and an assist, while Devon McMullen scored the game-winner early in the third period.
David Miazga replied for the Broncos, just 17 seconds after McMullen found the net, but that was all the offense Humboldt could muster.
A hidden camera in a change room at a business in Maple Creek; you almost wouldn't believe it - but Saskatchewan RCMP say it's true.
Poli ce were first notified when a customer filed a complaint about a hidden camera in a private changing room at a fitness centre on the 100 block of Jasper street.
When they went to the store to investigate, they say they found the hidden camera in question and dismantled it immediately. They say they also found several computers, DVDs, and other data storage media. Afterwards, they searched a home and found similar items.
Arctic air flow and storms from the west are to blame for our non-existent spring in Saskatchewan, that's according to Environment Canada anyway.
Chief meteorologist Dave Phillips says the cold air is coming in to the province from the west and the north.
“This cold spring that we’ve had is a result of warm air in Greenland of all places and it’s causing an arctic flow,” he said.
The forecast says we're not going to be getting above plus three in Regina any time in the next week, even though we should be around plus 10.
Roofs are coming down under the weight of snow and ice and damage claims are going up at SGI.
As of April 12, 2013 SGI Canada is reporting 1700 claims for roof-related damage. 1500 are for ice dams while 178 are for roof collapses.
Regina alone has had 64 roof collapses which is twice the number claimed at the beginning of the month.
Saskatchewan highway crews are caught in abalancing act at this time of year essentially doing both spring and winter activities.
Kirsten Leatherdale with the Highway Hotline says crews are busy steaming culverts and clearing drainage areas for spring. But because the winter weather has decided to stick around, they also have to attend to winter maintenance should conditions call for it.
Since crews aren’t out in full force as they might have been in January or February, that means road updates don’t always happen.
Somebody with a lucky number could be winning of a whole lot of money - a record amount of money in fact.
Saturday’s Lotto 6/49 jackpot is estimated to be $55 million. That would be the single largest jackpot in Canadian lottery history.
There hasn’t been a winner the last nine consecutive draws. Conceivably, the jackpot could continue to grow if there is no winner again.
We can only cross our fingers and hope it’s Old Man Winter's last punch.
Snow, mixed with 30 kilometer an hour wind, is causing snow drifts and reduced visibility on many highways in the Regina and Saskatoon areas.
Darcy Cooper is with the RM of Lumsden. She has advice for anyone heading in her direction.
"Perhaps stay where they are unless they can be assured that they're route home is safe to travel on," she said.