A Saskatoon jury has concluded that Kevin Umpherville's overdose death was accidental and is making a recommendation to help prevent similar deaths in the future.
Saskatoon's new chief of police says several high-profile cases have influenced his career and what he thinks about policing.
Hundreds showed up Thursday afternoon at a church for their brief five seconds in front of the revered relic.
A Saskatchewan nurse will be making her case in a Saskatoon Court of Queen's Bench courtroom Thursday.
This weekend at Centre Mall, the Saskatoon Combat Robotics Club is inviting people to try driving one of their custom-made robots in the hopes of sparking more interest in the hobby.video
They were OK with a church, but some homeowners in Saskatoon’s Willowgrove neighbourhood have less faith in a proposed condominium development.
SaskEnergy is warning the public about the potential for underground gas leaks due to the changing weather conditions.
SGI says December 2017 saw the lowest number of impaired driving offences when compared to the previous three years — even with increased enforcement.
CanniMed Therapeutics Inc. is postponing a key shareholder meeting to give it time to hold talks with Aurora Cannabis Inc. which has made a hostile takeover offer for the company.
A man accused of shooting another man in the leg will make his first court appearance in North Battleford provincial court Thursday morning.
Saskatchewan recently proposed a change to the plate dispute meeting, asking it be held in Medicine Hat because of its geographic location in relation to Alberta and Saskatchewan's capital cities.
A spokesperson for the Saskatoon Public Library says the work was planned many years ago.
If a foster home needs some essential supplies for care in a pinch, caregivers can no longer rely on using government requisitions to purchase supplies at Walmart.
Woodland caribou are at risk, and the provinces are falling behind in drafting plans to protect them. This month, the Saskatchewan Government approved $200,000 for part of the research that needs to be done to meet federal requirements.
The latest throwback to another era at the Western Development Museum will be rolling people back to the 1950s with a bus painted in classic red and cream colours.
Marijuana dispensaries in Saskatoon could soon have law enforcement at their doorsteps. Saskatoon Police Service’s new chief elect, Troy Cooper, said Wednesday the dispensaries operating now are outside the law.
A major task taking hundreds of hours uncovered the fact that $100,000 had been misdirected from Waskesiu Wilderness Region, the tourism marketing agency says.
Saskatoon's Board of Police Commissioners has hired Troy Cooper, a veteran officer from Prince Albert, to take over as the city's new chief of police.
'I'm just overwhelmed': Rider great Don Narcisse receives fan support following prostate cancer diagnosis
Former Saskatchewan Roughrider Don Narcisse has been diagnosed with stage one prostate cancer.
As Saskatoon’s big-city vision for a bus rapid transit system, or BRT, takes shape, planners are also keeping the humble concept of small villages in mind.
Participants in Project Lifesaver wear a wristband that emits a signal, which will indicate where they are.
Josh Munroe questions how his little brother Kevin Umpherville died of a methadone overdose at the Saskatoon Correctional Centre.
A judge has ruled that 93 documents pertaining to the 2016 Husky Energy pipeline spill will remain sealed.
RCMP say they have received a report of a possible child luring case in Wadena.
A University of Saskatchewan team is researching upper-limb problems caused by mastectomies and radiation used to treat breast cancer.
Not so long ago, Brad Trost wanted to lead the Conservative Party of Canada. Now, he says he's the victim of a "smear" campaign and is gearing up for what could be a protracted legal battle with the CPC.
Some First Nation communities that were left off Saskatchewan's list of places eligible for a cannabis retail store say they may open stores anyway, challenging provincial jurisdiction over reserve land when it comes to pot.
A man in Saskatoon has been taken to hospital after he was shot in an alley Tuesday afternoon.
Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation President Patrick Maze says school boards have been warned to plan for cuts in addition to those introduced in last year's budget.
The City of Saskatoon is asking for the public's help in deciding how to lower the city's carbon emissions.
Saskatoon Willowgrove MLA Ken Cheveldayoff has raised the most money of the five candidates running for leadership of the Saskatchewan Party.
Jurors at a coroner's inquest are hearing how the Poison and Drug Information Service in Alberta gave a Saskatoon emergency room doctor incorrect information on dealing with a methadone overdose.
A British company that is part of a P3 agreement with the Saskatchewan government to build and maintain a new hospital in North Battleford has gone into liquidation.
Tyler Temple has a message for people ice fishing across the province — be careful driving on the lakes this year.
Researcher worries discussion around legalization of marijuana ignores potential health risks for young people
A University of Saskatchewan researcher thinks there is something important missing in the public dialogue leading up to the legalization of marijuana in Canada.
Melanie Gray won the CMHR's People's Choice Award for her photo The Next Generation.
The trial in a road-rage shooting that took the life of former NFL football player and Saskatchewan Roughrider Joe McKnight began Tuesday in a New Orleans suburb, where a judge and attorneys were questioning dozens of potential jurors.
A prominent commodities analyst struck a gloomy tone as he delivered a blunt assessment about the Canadian natural gas industry's fortunes this year, describing it as a "sad story."video
A Saskatoon man is rallying support to reverse a change to the definition of what makes a car “antique” in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Roughriders offensive lineman Bruce Campbell has been suspended two games for violating the league's drug policy.
For over a century now, Saskatoon's own Early's Farm and Garden Centre has been not only in the farming business, but the business of community.
In an aim to eat more organic fare, Regina’s Chris Parsons decided to try out a new soup brand but ended up getting more nature in his food than he hoped for.
Saskatoon police say a Facebook selfie was instrumental in a murder investigation that ended in a guilty plea.
Ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir will make history on Feb. 9, becoming the first woman and man — and first duo, period — to carry the Canadian flag into an Olympic opening ceremony.readcomments video
Video surveillance posted on Facebook by a condo resident shows a person entering the property and then fleeing after a fire starts on one of the patios.video
The Saskatchewan government has offered to meet with Alberta about the license plate dispute between the provinces on Jan. 31, but it wants the summit moved to Medicine Hat.
The federal government is giving itself the legal wiggle room to give carbon tax rebate cheques directly to people in those provinces that refuse to impose a carbon tax of their own.
A coroner's inquest in Saskatoon is hearing how 22-year-old Kevin Umpherville overdosed twice in 24 hours at the Saskatoon Correctional Centre.
Police in Saskatoon have arrested two people and are searching for a third after a man was tied to a chair and beaten in a home on the city’s west side on the weekend.
In a letter to Saskatoon city councillors, veteran downtown land owner Ken Achs says many landlords don't shovel their sidewalks for days at a time, and it's becoming a problem.
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