An early morning robbery occurred in Saskatoon, just before 7:00 a.m., Saturday.
A man with a gun walked into a gas station in the 1600 block of Idylwyld Drive North. Police said he got away with a small amount of cash.
A canine unit wasn't able to track down the suspect.
Nobody was injured in the incident.
The suspect is described as a 20-30 year old male, 5'6", short hair, wearing a black jacket and dark pants.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Saskatoon Police Service or Saskatoon Crime stoppers.
Traffic was slow in Regina's east end for several hours Friday afternoon following a two-vehicle collision.
Regina Police say the collision happened around 2:20 p.m. Apparently, a vehicle stopped at a red light at the intersection of Victoria Avenue and Truesdale Drive. Before the light turned green, the vehicle proceeded, crashing into another vehicle.
Although an ambulance came to the scene, no one was badly hurt. The driver of the vehicle that proceeded is being charged with failing to remain at a red light.
A 47-year-old Manitoba man has been charged with dangerous driving after a tractor-trailer earlier this month rear ended a truck, pushing it close to 400 metres on Highway 16 in an orange zone.
No one was injured but RCMP said the Toyota Tundra truck, belonging to a 35-year-old Asquith man, sustained "extensive" damage.
Police said the crash happened on Oct. 12 near the intersection of Dalmeny Road.
A Warman woman who had sex with three of her son's 14-year-old friends will now spend three years in a federal women's prison.
The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal increased Kelly Minogue's sentence, which was originally two years, in written decision earlier this week.
The 39-year-old divorced mother was sentenced in June after pleading guilty to three counts of sexual interference stemming from 2010.
It was a frightening night for a Moose Jaw family who went through a home invasion on Thursday night.
A young man is in custody Friday morning, after breaking into a home in the South Hill area of the city. When police got to the scene he was seen allegedly assaulting the people living there.
Both of the people living in the house and the man were treated for minor injuries.
There was significant damage done to the house during the incident.
There was one face in the public gallery that stood out among the sea of people at the Saskatchewan legislature to hear the Throne Speech.
Ben Diprose is the boyfriend of Ashley Dawn Richards, the 18-year-old pregnant flag-person killed on a Saskatchewan highway this summer while working in the orange zone. He was invited to the legislature by the premier to witness the changes to orange zone rules announced by the government. The changes increase fines and call for photo radar.
A 75-year-old man is charged after allegedly hitting a pedestrian and then fleeing the scene.
Around 8:15 p.m. on Thursday, a westbound vehicle on 20th Street hit a 20-year-old woman. She was seriously hurt and is still in hospital.
The Saskatoon driver was found at his home shortly after and arrested by Saskatoon police. He has been charged with failing to remain at the scene of an accident causing bodily harm.
The 75-year-old will be released to his family until his court date. Police say alcohol was not a factor.
People in West Regina are shaken after a 46 year-old man died in his home after a physical assault.
The police called Mavor Leo James Demerchant's death a homicide, the fifth in Regina this year. An ambulance and police visited Demerchant on the night of the assault but he was not seen again after he refused to go to hospital.
There will be no second trial for convicted Mountie killer Curtis Dagenais.
Dagenais appeal had its long-awaited hearing Thursday morning at the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal in Regina. After only about 10 minutes of deliberation, a panel of judges firmly rejected his lawyer's arguments.
In 2009 Dagenais was convicted of two counts of first-degree murder and one of attempted murder.
The body found in a fire-destroyed car south of Saskatoon earlier this month is identified as Wesley Alvin Whitehawk.
RCMP say the Saskatoon man’s death is no longer being considered suspicious after an autopsy was conducted.
Emergency crews were called to the scene on Highway 219 near the Corman Park landfill on Oct. 16.
The family has consented to the release of Whitehawk’s name but no other details are being made public.