Copper has become such a hot commodity, the Regina Police Service has had to issue a warning.
Since the start of the year, there have been 15 reports of break and enters to compounds, vacant houses or homes under construction. Copper was the property taken -- either wire or pipe.
Ten of the 15 incidents involved compounds and of these, nine were in the northeast part of the city.
Today around 7 a.m. a man was walking to work in the
community of Hudson Bay when he was approached by a man allegedly asking for
After he gave the unknown man directions, the unknown man then told him that it would be easier if he just came with him, at which time he started to load a long gun.
The individual fled on foot away from the assailant and heard a gunshot, but didn’t stop until he arrived at work and contacted police.
Two youth are making an appearance in Saskatoon's Provincial Court today, one for theft from a vehicle and the other for the attempted theft of a vehicle.
A 15-year-old male was arrested after police received a report of suspicious activity in the 400 block of Bayview Crescent.
At least two males were seen checking parked vehicles on the street. When police arrived they found the 15 year old inside one of the vehicles. He is charged with theft of a motor vehicle under $5,000 and breach of undertaking.
A man from Swift Current has died after being hit by a semi while walking across Highway 1.
Thirty-five-year-old Jason Froshaug was hit by a semi while crossing the highway just after 1:00 AM within the city limits. He was fatally injured.
Police are still investigating exactly what happened.
Montreal police raced to the scene of a Montreal neighbourhood responding to reports of another foot found by a passer-by but it was a false alarm.
Police have now confirmed that the third foot was rubber.
A former Saskatchewan journalist and author of a book about a Saskatoon serial killer will be the final speaker at today's Violence and Aggression Symposium at the University of Saskatchewan.
Warren Goulding will talk about violence against Aboriginal people and how often it gets overlooked.
"When there is violence that involves most often Aboriginal women, a lot of the time I believe the police investigation is not what it should be," said Goulding.
A robbery at a convenience store has Saskatoon police looking a man with stiches.
At about 3 a.m. today, officers responded to the Night Owl, on the 3300 block of Fairlight Drive, where a man armed with a knife confronted an employee and demanded cash
Saskatoon Police are investigating an armed robbery which occurred at a convenience store early this morning.
The suspect fled the store running northbound with the cash, just before police arrived. The officers used a police dog to try and track down the robber, but they did not find the man.
What happened before a toddler was found unresponsive in his on his mother’s bed? That is the question before a courtroom in Regina this week.
Nearly three years ago, 18-month-old Raime Myers died a few days after being rushed to the hospital. His mother's former fiance is now on trial for the death.
Regina's Jason Will is charged with manslaughter.
Tuesday morning, the court heard from a fire fighter who spoke to a crying Will that July afternoon as EMS worked on bringing some life back to the child.
An elderly Saskatoon woman has died from injuries that resulted from a crash on May 20.
The 86-year-old was a passenger in a two vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 5 and McOrmond Drive.
RCMP say an SUV traveling east on Highway 5 collided with a car attempting to make a left hand turn onto McOrmond Drive.
A 92-year-old man, who was driving the car, was taken to hospital along with the 86-year-old woman and the SUV's 48-year-old female driver.
RCMP are looking for information after a theft outside of Cut Knife caused a significant accident.
A skid steer was stolen from an oil lease site north of Neilburg, but those thieves didn't go very far with it.
Shortly after the RCMP responded to the scene to the theft, it was discovered that the same skid steer was used to push a large boulder into the middle of a secondary road in the Rural Municipality of Hillsdale.
The boulder had caused a serious motor vehicle crash, where a truck was significantly damaged. There were no injuries.