Thieves steal jewelry, peace of mind in rural Alberta break-ins
A crime wave is acting as a wake up call for rural residents near Andrew, Alta., to lock up their doors.
City still waiting to hear from Katz on arena
With one week to go before a deadline for arena negotiations to resume, Edmonton’s mayor has yet to hear from Oilers owner Daryl Katz.
City mulls Commonwealth Stadium renovations
Commonwealth Stadium may get a facelift in time for the Women’s World Cup of Soccer in 2015.
Pitbull restrictions may become thing of the past
The city of Edmonton may change a bylaw that places restrictions on specific dog breeds like pit bulls.
Was high demand for meat a factor in the E.coli outbreak?
The CBC’s Kim Trynacity examines the factors that may have led to the current recall of meat from the XL Foods processing plant in Brooks, Alta.
Edmonton cop guilty for Tasering teen 10 years ago
An Edmonton police officer was found guilty Tuesday of excessive force for using a Taser stun gun eight times on a teen who was passed out in the back of a car 10 years ago.
Alberta priest’s company admits to foreign worker scheme
A Ukranian orthodox priest has admitted his company brought in dozens of Polish workers into Alberta under false pretenses and cheated them out of their pay.
Alberta conservation group speaks out on grizzly deaths
The Alberta Wilderness Association says the deaths of two grizzly bear cubs hit by a train over the weekend — highlights the need to reduce human intrusions in grizzly habitat.
Man admits to defrauding police cadets of $84,000
A former Edmonton police employee has admitted to defrauding the cadets program of more than $84,000 to support a gambling addiction.
$8.5M for velodrome design recommended by committee
A plan to build an indoor velodrome in Edmonton moved one step closer on Tuesday after a council committee passed a recommendation to spend $8.5 million on design work.