A bad crash -- involving an RCMP cruiser -- is shutting down traffic on Highway 11 just south of Chamberlain.
An officer from the Craik detachment was on scene to investigate a rollover just after 2:30 p.m. when his vehicle was in a collision with another vehicle.
Members from Lumsden and Regina Detachment members and an RCMP re-constructionist are also on the scene.
RCMP says traffic will be affected on that highway northbound until further notice.
People are asked to avoid the area while traffic is routed around the scene.
A man with a history of violent crimes including threats and using weapons against men and women is now in Regina.
Police are warning the public about the arrival of 43-year-old Lorne Winston Moosomin, who recently moved to Regina’s Heritage neighbourhood. He is considered to have a high risk of re-offending, which is why the Regina police applied to release this information.
It only took minutes after police released photos of Saskatoon arson suspects before they were identified.
Now the two men are facing several charges in relation to setting two fires on Wednesday and one fire on Sept. 4.
Two men are still in hospital after a stabbing in Regina and now a man and a woman are charged with allegedly trying to kill them.
37-year-old Darren Douglas Sinner and 33-year-old Jerry Michael Felecity Desjarlais are accused of attempted murder.
The charges follow a fight at 8th Avenue and Angus Street in North Central early Thursday morning.
Both victims were allegedly stabbed several times but according to police, their condition is improving.
Edited by CJME’s Adriana Christianson
Saskatoon police has arrested five people following a five-month drug trafficking investigation targeting suspects involved in organized crime.
The investigation, a joint effort with a number of policing groups including the RCMP and the Saskatchewan Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit, resulted in three search warrants being carried out on Sept. 19 in the 500 block of Avenue X South, the 1600 block of 22nd Street West, and the 400 block of Cartwright Street.
Charges have been stayed in the case of a special constable with the Saskatoon Police Service accused of breaking into her ex-daughter-in-law's Vanscoy home while she was away.
In March, 58-year-old Faye Sanders -- who is an emergency call operator -- and her husband Gord were charged with break, enter, theft and mischief.
Two men are in serious condition in a Regina hospital Tuesday after an early morning fight.
Around 2:00 a.m..police were called to Angus Street in the north central neighbourhood.
The two men apparently got into a fight with another group of people and were stabbed multiple times.
The incident is still under investigation.
There are still no charges in a Sept. 17 collision which involved a Regina police officer.
In a media release sent out Wednesday, the Regina Police Service's Elizabeth Popowich said significant injury collisions usually take a while to deal with, "partly because there is no need to rush any of the processes." But Popowich made it clear that the involvement of an officer was not affecting the timeline of the investigation.
Early in the morning last Monday, a pedestrian was hit by a car in downtown Regina.
A Calgary man who left the scene of an accident east of Vanscoy last weekend has been arrested in Ontario after getting in a chase with police.
Michael David, 34, was allegedly driving a stolen vehicle when he got into the crash on Highway 7.
RCMP said he then stole an onlooker's vehicle to make his getaway.
David is now facing a number of new charges in Ontario including possession of stolen property and gun-related charges.
Vancouver police say they've caught the most elusive of all the rioters after last year's Stanley Cup -- and he was found here in Saskatchewan.
Vancouver police say he was arrested at his workplace -- the local mine -- in Lanigan on Tuesday after investigators from Vancouver flew to Saskatchewan.
Investigators had tracked him from Manitoba to Newfoundland and then to our province.