CJME Morning News
A suspect in the disappearance of a five-year-old Calgary boy and his grandparents will be charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of second-degree murder. Police would not identify the suspect until he is formally charged, but CTV News has learned that Douglas Garland, 54, was arrested for the second time.
The 15 year old involved with the Cornwall stabbing has been sentenced, Talk Shots, your feedback on a CHL player's union, Tell Me Something Good, Gormley in studio and Garth's World Tour!
The Show today, the latest from Calgary, McCartney and Buffet were getting an ice cream one day, Garth's World Tour, the Best and Worst Jerseys and Cheap Tuesday
Woodsy joins for Rider chat, the Wold Cup is over, a wedding that went up in flames, Craven is over, Garth Brooks has an announcement for Andy and What I Learned on The Show Today!
Craven wrapped up a great weekend with Keith Urban on the main stage last night, while the Riders struggled to do much of anything on the field against the BC Lions.
Another World Cup title was won in front of millions of viewers around the world --- including right here in Saskatchewan. Germany took it 1-0 over Argentina in extra time. The 120 minute game kept fans on the edge of their seats. More than 150 fans packed into the German Cultural Centre to watch the game and now, celebrate the big win.
Longer restaurant wait times, News Rewind, Disney down a monorail, Tell Me Something Good, John Gormley steps in studio, and your texts to 306-306.
The Riders face another loss, Germany wins the World Cup, a tornado warning cut the last minutes of th World Cup for some, Sam joins to talk Craven, Garth Brooks tour, and the Polar Vortex!
Jamie Nye gives you his Game Day preview, Garth Brooks comes out of semi-retirement, a not so happy trip to Disney World, Glen Suitor joins to talk Riders and Country music and What I Learned on the Show This Week!
Campers continue to roll into Craven, as headliner Luke Bryan gets set to take the main stage tonight.
The annual reminder that athletic excellence comes in all sorts of beautiful shapes and sizes is about to hit newsstands yet again. For the sixth time, ESPN’s Body Issue pays tribute to all athletic forms by taking all of the clothes off some of the world's most famous athletes.
On Sunday its Germany set to take on Argentina in the final match up of the World Cup.