The Draganfly X6 is not a pretty insect, it's actually a new tool that will enhance the way the Regina Police Service conducts investigations from the air.
It's a remote-controlled mini helicopter that's used to obtain aerial views and photos of major crime scenes and serious car accidents.
Monday is the kick off for Regina's ride your bike to work week.
It all gets going at 1 p.m. at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum with a bike festival. Later in the afternoon, there will also be a community ride around Wascana Park
Spokesperson Ada Chan Russell says the week emphasizes the healthy aspects of cycling.
"Especially today, now when we have work hours and that we're mostly indoors and not doing much exercise on our own. It's a great way to get exercise and be healthy."
Regina police have now charged a second person, Harley William Fraser Stueck, in the death of three-year-old Nylan Jordan George Clark, who was found in a van behind a house on Halifax Street.
Thirty-eight year-old Stueck is charged with criminal negligence causing death, indignity to a dead body and obstruction of justice. He made his first court appearance at 9:30 a.m. Friday.
Shovels are in the ground for the CJME Penny Project home, a Habitat for Humanity project that will provide a home for a deserving Regina family.
The project, located at 615 Wascana Street, is being built next to another habitat home sponsored by the RCMP Depot Division. Work begins right away to contstruct the Penny Project home and Mountie House - Another Story.
Unless there's another quarterback being brought in, Tino Sunseri has made the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
On Monday the Riders announced their first eight cuts, and among them was quarterback Levi Brown, who spent last season on the injured list. With Brown no longer on the roster, that leaves the Riders with only three pivots, Darian Durant, Drew Willy and Sunseri.
Water delivery is looking a whole lot different on a number of blocks in the Whitmore Park area of south Regina while the city works on repairing pipes.
Dozens of homes there are being supplied with water through a temporary above-ground system of pipes since the last week of May. The water mains on part of Grant Drive, McKee Crescent, and Cardinal Crescent are nearing the end of their lifespan and need work. But instead of simply replacing them the city is looking to re-line them.
News Talk Radio is being recognized for our reporting with a national award.
News Talk 980 CJME won the Radio Television Digital News Association award for feature reporting. It was for our series on the Centennial of the Regina Cyclone.
Reporter Natalie Geddes spent hours digging through archives and conducting interviews to tell the story of the cyclone from different angles.