Tuesday, January 21st 2014
Saskatoon quilters making clothes for kids in Brazil
In a large room at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Saskatoon, sewing machines whir as piles of...
Zero-tolerance policy behind pot possession charges in Saskatoon
Saskatoon police Sgt. Dean Hoover says those who choose to break the law also make the...
Wednesday, January 22nd 2014
City council approves study into dedicated bike lanes downtown
If all goes according to plan, cyclists in Saskatoon could see dedicated bike lanes...
Monday, January 20th 2014
Sask. born MLB pitcher kicks off cross-province baseball tour
The first Saskatchewan-born Major League Baseball player in 21 years is back in the...
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder experts meet in Saskatoon
Experts specializing in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) have gathered in...
National Farmers Union drafts seed act
The National Farmers Union (NFU) put forward its draft for an act that it claims will put...
Update: One person dead in highway collision near Delisle
The driver of a pickup truck was killed in a collision Monday afternoon west of Delisle....
Updated: Two children dead after fire in Pelican Narrows
RCMP have released information about a deadly house fire that happened over the weekend....
Temperature expected to rise and fall over next two weeks
The next week and a half in Saskatchewan could be a roller coaster ride when it comes to...
Photos: Saskatoon Blades get a visit from rocker
Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy was out for a weekend skate with the Saskatoon Blades.The WHL team...
Busy night for Saskatoon police
Saskatoon Police had a busy Sunday which left investigators looking for the motive behind...
Hockey tournament offers social fun for Sask. teachers
Hockey has been uniting Canadians for generations and for the past 30 years it’s also...
Sunday, January 19th 2014
Division-leading Wheat Kings beat Blades 4-3
Despite a valiant effort from the young Saskatoon Blades, the bridge city boys couldn't...
Sask. major leaguer says he knows the province is behind every pitch
Thousand cheered as Saskatchewan’s own major-league pitcher, Andrew Albers, stepped on...
Woman robs gas station at knife point
Saskatoon Police are looking for a woman after an armed robbery left a gas station...
Saturday, January 18th 2014
Blades battle Raiders to a 3-1 win
The Saskatoon Blades kicked off a very special weekend at Credit Union Centre with a 3-1...
Snakebit charity truck sells for $450,000 at auction
The Wheels of Dreams Snakebit truck will return to Saskatchewan after it fetched a pretty...
First citywide snow removal set for Monday
Before snow ruts get too bad, the City of Saskatoon is enacting its first citywide snow...