Slippery roads caused at least three semi-trailers to jacknife on Sunday on a stretch of the TransCanada highway west of Moose Jaw.
The westbound lane of Highway 1 was shut down between Mortlach and Chaplin for about an hour and a half Sunday after reports of semis losing control on a stretch of icy road. RCMP said other cars had hit the ditch as well.
Traffic backed up on the highway for at least 5 kms, according to Mounties who also said nobody appeared to be injured in the accidents.
Prince Albert Police Service and correctional officials are investigating the death of an inmate at the Prince Albert Provincial Correctional Centre.
Correctional workers found the man, who was in custody for undisclosed charges, in his cell on the evening of Nov. 23. The man was the only inmate in the cell.
“Correctional workers found him in his cell, so that would lead to a death in custody investigation which will take three different avenues,” ministry of corrections and policing spokesperson Drew Wilby said.
RCMP have reopened a section of Highway 16 that was closed Saturday following a 25 car pile up that sent 13 to hospital.
The accident happened around 10 a.m. near Maymont, a small town about an hour northwest of Saskatoon. RCMP say heavy fog was a factor in the crashes.
It's been two weeks since anyone has seen 32-year-old Ronald Kay, and police in Regina have now asked for the public's help in locating him.
Kay was last seen wearing a black jacket with blue jeans and grey bunny hug at a Roughriders game on November 10th.
Police said he has crooked teeth, brown eyes and often speaks with a stutter. He does not have a cell phone or a vehicle.
If you have any information on Kay's whereabouts, the police have asked that you call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
A religious artifact has been returned to a Regina church but police still want to know how it went missing.
The Regina Police Service says a crozier, also known as a Bishop's staff, has been returned to a cathedral on McIntyre St. in the downtown. Police have been looking for it for more than a month.
For the first time Operation Red Nose will be running in Regina with volunteers offering to drive you home in your own vehicle if you have had too much to drink this holiday season.
The volunteer service started 30 years ago in Quebec and has since spread to provide service in 106 communities across Canada.
Police in Regina are warning the public about a high risk offender who is returning to live in Regina’s core neighbourhood.
44-year-old Lorne Moosomin has a history of violent offenses against men, women, and children including strangers and people he has prior family relationships with. He is 5 foot 5 inches, around 200 pounds, has a stocky build, brown eyes, and long black hair. He also has tattoos on his arms, hands, shoulders, chest, and back.
It's amazing no one was hurt. Saskatoon Police are looking for two men who smashed a stolen 2012 Lexus into some playground equipment on the Saskatoon's west side.
It happened at around 7 p.m. Thursday night at Avenue S and Bedford Road, in the city's Mount Royal neighbourhood.
The stolen SUV left the roadway, drove about 250 feet across the playground, and slammed square into the play structure. Both Saskatoon Police and the Saskatoon fire department responded to the scene.
He’s been on the run for nearly a month and a half, but now a 16-year-old in Moose Jaw has been arrested in connection with a violent break-and-enter.
In mid-October, four teenagers broke into a home on the 700 block of 2nd Avenue Northwest in Moose Jaw, demanding cash from the owner before dousing him with bear spray and taking off.
At the time, three teenagers were arrested while police continued their search for another suspect.
Saskatoon police are looking into an armed robbery that happened early Thursday morning.
Police said a man walked into a convenience store on the 200 block of Pendygrasse Road around 1:30 a.m.
The two staff members working at the time said the man had a knife, demanded money and deployed bear spray before running away.
The employees were treated at the scene for the effects of the bear spray.