A 54-year-old woman has been charged with failing to yield after a two-car collision in the city's east end Tuesday afternoon.
Police said the woman was sent to hospital with non life-threatning injuries after crashing into a truck shortly after 2 p.m. in the Circle Drive and Avenue C area.
The driver of the truck was unharmed, said police.
Charges against a Regina hockey player were dropped on Tuesday after the court ruled there was a lack of evidence.
Last May, Matthew Ross was charged with aggravated assault and assault with a weapon after another player’s head was slashed with a hockey stick at Sherwood Twin Arena.
The incident happened in a locker room after both players had been expelled from a game because of a fight.
Ross was 19 at the time.
Two people are recovering after waking up to find someone in their house at 9:30 this morning.
Police responded to a call from a home on Emerald Way in Saskatoon's Lakeview neighbourhood.
A 20-year-old man reported waking to find someone in his house. When he confronted the person, the intruder used bear spray, stole some credit cards and alcohol, and ran away.
The Saskatoon Police Service's dog team was used to try tracking down the suspect, but they couldn't find him.
It was early May last year when three-year-old Nylan Clarke was found dead in a burnt out van in the backyard of a home on Halifax Street in Regina - now a guilty plea from one of the co-accused has shifted the balance of blame in his death.
The boy's mother 30-year-old Anna Wilkes, and 39-year-old Harley Stueck were arrested and charged with manslaughter and criminal negligence causing death, along with indignity to a dead body and obstruction of justice.
Two robberies that occurred in the same place, over the past couple of days have police looking for information.
Early Sunday morning two men wearing masks entered the Bridges off-sale in the 2400 block of 22nd Street West. They threatened the two employees working with a sawed-off shotgun before fleeing the scene with cash and alcohol.
Traffic flow is being affected in the eastbound lanes of 22nd Street as the Saskatoon police collision analysts examine a scene of a collision between a cyclist and a vehicle.
The accident occurred at 22nd Street and Avenue F, in front of the Giant Tiger, at approximately 9:45 this morning.
According to a police release, the initial investigation shows the male cyclist was struck by a motorist as he attempted to cross the street against a red light. He has been transported to hospital with what are believed to be non-life-threatening injuries.
Four people are set to appear in court today after Saskatoon Police Service wrapped up the five-month Project Falexia, an investigation that targeted cocaine trafficking in the city.
At midnight on Sunday night, members of the Saskatoon Integrated Drug Unit and Emergency Response team searched a home on the 1900 block of Broadway Avenue and the StorageMart storage facility on First Avenue North.
Search and rescue teams found a body in a slough outside Grenfell on Monday.
RCMP have not made the connection yet- but the body was found close to where Gerald Anaskan went missing.
The 41-year-old's van was abandoned near the area on Wednesday.
"This is just another development in what may be related to that case, although we can't say for sure at this point," explained RCMP Sgt Paul Dawson.
They have not been able to identify the person yet, however Dawson said the family of Anaskan has been notified just in case.
The woman who is pleading guilty to stealing from a nursing home North Battleford is back in court today.
Audrey Gallinger, a former book-keeper for River Heights Lodge, was supposed to hear her sentence after pleading guilty to two counts of theft, but the judge granted a month's adjournment so that a pre-sentencing report could be finished.
The defense is asking for a sentence of restitution payments and community service. The judge warned that any further delays would increase Gallinger's chances of jail time.
Police in Tisdale have busted a marijuana grow-op worth an estimated $35,000.
RCMP and officers from the Prince Albert Integrated Street Team executed a search warrant on a residence in Tisdale on Friday.
They seized marijuana plants and arrested two 23-year-old men.
Both men have been charged with cultivation of marijuana and possession for the purpose of trafficking. One man is also charged with possession of a prohibited weapon.
They will appear in court on May 1.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Adriana Christianson