First-ever female QB takes snap in minor football
Prince Albert’s minor football league is making history with the first-ever female taking up the position of quarter-back.
Saskatchewan assembly goes green, in carpet colour
A green carpet is now underfoot in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, a change in colour from red which had been the choice ever since the building opened a century ago.
Diefenbaker DNA test may prove he was Toronto man’s father
The winding saga of a man’s quest to prove former prime minister John Diefenbaker was his father seemed headed for the home stretch Wednesday with word of two new possibilities for genetic matching.
Drive-thru voting begins in Regina
Cars were lining up outside Regina city hall Wednesday for the first day of drive-thru voting.
Saskatchewan premier defends Huawei deal
Premier Brad Wall says Saskatchewan has nothing to fear from a deal with Huawei, the Chinese technology company that’s at the centre of a security controversy.
Fiacco thanks Regina, bids farewell to mayor’s chair
It was an emotional goodbye for Mayor Pat Fiacco at City Hall last night.
Shortage of some popular cold medications
A shortage of some popular cold medicines could make this year’s flu and cold season a little less comfortable for some people.
E. coli cases likely not linked to XL Foods recall, province says
According to provincial health officials, more than a dozen cases of E. coli in Saskatchewan are likely not connected to the XL Foods beef recall, but half of the cases are linked to a Regina eatery that was shut down last week.
Sexual assault charges stayed against Swift Current teacher
Sexual assault charges against a former Swift Current, Sask. teacher have been stayed
Speeder arrested for driving 134 km/h in construction zone
A 42-year-old Regina man was arrested over the weekend for driving 134 kilometres per hour in a construction zone, the RCMP says.