Two vehicle crashes have claimed the lives of five people in the province overnight.
One of the collisions happened on the Onion Lake First Nation late last night.
A pickup truck driving a grid road rolled, killing a 19-year-old woman and a 26-year-old man.
A third person was taken to the hospital. RCMP investigators suspect the crash was caused by alcohol and speed.
Three people were killed on Highway 1 near Chaplin, between Swift Current and Moose Jaw.
The testimony has been gut-wrenching at the Ontario trial of Michael Rafferty, who is accused in the abduction, assault and death of Victoria Stafford.
The little girl was picked up in front of her school in Woodstock, Ontario as she was leaving. The details of the eight-year-old’s death have been horrific.
News Talk Radio spoke to some parents about what they tell their children about staying safe.
“There’s a fine line between, you know, talking about evil in the world with an eight-year-old versus giving him some safety tips designed to keep him safe,” said one dad.
The Saskatoon Police Service's street gang unit has taken two more people allegedly involved with drugs off the streets.
The pair, a 16-year-old boy and 25-year-old-woman, is facing a variety of firearms, drug-related and proceeds of crime charges.
The street gang unit worked with the emergency response team to search a residence on the 300-block of Avenue Q South, near St. Paul's Hospital.
The officers found two firearms, ammunition, less than a gram of morphine and 1.8 grams of cocaine
The man driving the semi-truck, that jumped a berm and struck a house in the Stonebridge area before bursting into flames, has been identified.
Anthony Voth, 32, of Edmonton was positively identified as the victim and operator of the semi-trailer after an autopsy.
The cause of the collision remains under investigation and the Office of the Chief Coroner of Saskatchewan is awaiting test results following the autopsy.
A historical Saskatoon murder case has been cracked open even further after two more men were charged.
The two were charged with first degree murder in connection to the 2004 death of Isho Hana, bringing the total number of accused to four.
Alyson Edwards with the Saskatoon Police Service said Jonathan Dombowsky, 30, and Long Nam Luu, 34, were arrested Wednesday in Calgary.
RCMP are asking for the public's help to find a man wanted in connection with an armed robbery in southwestern Manitoba.
Tyler Darrell Leeder is wanted in connection with a bank robbery in Somerset, Manitoba a town about 100 km south of Portage La Prairie.
He is described as 5'11'' tall with blond hair and tatoos on his neck showing a Canadian flag and the word Alberta.
RCMP are warning people not to approach him because he is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information is asked to call Manitoba Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
There will be no trial for a former Regina teacher accused of sexually assaulting a teenager.
Charges have been stayed against Robert Rhett Burgess.
He was facing six charges including two counts each of: sexual assault, sexual exploitation, and uttering threats. These charges relate to alleged incidents with a 16-year-old girl in late 2010.
An Arkansas teenager was released with a warning after she thought it would be funny to text a random phone number, saying she had hid a body.
“I hid the body … Now what?” the 15-year-old texted.
The joke quickly backfired on her. Of all the local numbers she could have picked, she chose one that belonged to a police detective.
Police said the joke was not funny and tied up the department’s resources.
The teenager said the idea behind the prank came from a posting on the popular Pinterest website.
With files from The Canadian Press
Shortly after being kidnapped outside her elementary school, eight-year-old Victoria (Tori) Stafford was considered not young enough by the man now standing trial for first-degree murder and sexual assault, the court heard Wednesday.
Two people were killed in a collision between a small car and a pick-up truck just north of Regina on the Pasqua overpass at Highway 11.
Sgt Paul Dawson with RCMP says the collision actually happened around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon.
"Sadly we can confirm that two adults are confirmed deceased and those two adults were the sole occupants of a vehicle that collided with a pick-up truck," he said.