A Saskatchewan family is going public after their dog was killed on a farm near St. Denis last month.
The 13-month-old Saint Bernard Bentley was shot when he ran onto a neighbouring property.
RCMP confirm they have interviewed the family and sent that information to the Crown, which will decide if any charges are possible.
But Bentley's owners tell News Talk Radio they want someone held responsible.
A 13-year-old boy has died after he was involved in an ATV crash, east of Arborfield Wednesday night.
Carrot River RCMP were called out to a farm at about 7 p.m.
The investigation revealed the boy was driving through a field, near his house. At some point, he drove between two fence posts and did not see the barbed wire.
The wire caused the ATV to roll.
The boy died en route to hospital. His name has not been released.
A rental scam in Saskatoon left 24 hopeful renters out $1,100 each.
A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for the arrest of Jason Hartlen after he convinced two dozen renters in Saskatoon to give him a damage deposit for a rental property that he did not own.
The property was listed on Kijiji and looked ideal. Amanda Gall saw the listing for the apartment on the 800 block of Kingsmere Boulevard and quickly contacted the ad.
Saskatoon Police have arrested and charged a man in relation to the city’s first murder of 2013.
Jonathen Livingston Moosewaypayo, 28, was stabbed just after midnight New Year's Day in an apartment on the corner of Avenue O South and 22nd Street. He was rushed to Royal University Hospital where he died.
A 19-year-old Saskatoon man was arrested Wednesday afternoon at the Saskatoon Provincial Correctional Center and charged with second-degree murder.
One month after two bombs went off at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring dozens, the Regina Police Service (RPS) demonstrated its response to situations and how it keeps people in the Queen City safe.
The service put on their 15th showcase Wednesday afternoon in front of a crowd of hundreds of school children. Another demonstration takes place Wednesday night.
Saskatchewan RCMP continue to investgate how a car ended up in a slough on Highway 793 just south of Victoire.
RCMP have found the body of a man in his 30's in the South Saskatchewan River.
Officers were called to a location along the river near Aberdeen, Sask. around 4 p.m. on May 14.
Initially, they were unable to get the body out of the water and called in Saskatoon Fire and Protective Services' Water Rescue team to assist.
The body was recovered around 6:30 p.m.
Police are still trying to determine a cause of death.
Saskatchewan Police wrote up 356 tickets during their two-day traffic blitz.
Last week's Operation Overdrive focused on things like impaired driving, seat belt and cellphone violations, and aggressive driving.
Seven people went down for impaired driving during the May 8-9 campaign. 102 others earned seat belt violations.
Last year's blitz, which took place over the May long weekend, resulted in 50 impaired driving violations, and over 1300 tickets issued.
A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for the arrest of Jason Hartlen.
Saskatoon police have received 24 complaints from individuals who attempted to rent a property in the 800 block of Kingsmere Boulevard. All complainants found the property advertised on Kijiji. In each of the cases, the victims met with an individual, now known to police as Jason Hartlen, who claimed to be renting the apartment.
Hartlen took about $1,000 from each person as a damage deposits. He is now wanted on more than 20 numerous charges for fraud under $5,000.
Three teenagers in Saskatoon allegedly stole and crashed a car early Tuesday morning.
Around 2:30 a.m., witnesses told police a red car ran a red light at a high speed, lost control and crashed into a boulevard near McOrmond Drive and Cowley Road.
The three teens then ran away from the car, police found them minutes later walking nearby. A canine unit confirmed the trail led from the car to the same three people.
The car was found to be one stolen earlier in the evening.