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.
It seems a Grey Cup win fits in perfectly with Christmas shopping.
A number of stores in Regina have reported above average sales of Saskatchewan Roughrider paraphenelia, even for the Christmas season.
“Sheer volume and demand has been greater than other years,” said Dan Reiss, district manager at Jersey City. “That’s, I think, been the greatest challenge is just keeping up on what’s coming in.”
The Saskatchewan government is signing off on a plan to take children with critical medical issues to Saskatoon for treatment.
On Thursday the health minister offered his support for the decision made by the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region (RQHR) Wednesday night that will see Regina's pediatric units merged into to one area of the General Hospital. That would see children requiring intensive care services transported to Saskatoon.
Swim clubs in Regina are hoping for good news out of a meeting tonight with both the City of Regina and the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region.
An overturned semi held up some traffic on Highway 1 between Moose Jaw and Swift Current Thursday afternoon.
The RCMP said that officers were present along the road between Ernfold and Chaplin after a semi that was heading west crashed. The truck evidently lost control, entering the ditch and rolling onto its side.
The man who was driving was taken to the hospital in Swift Current. The RCMP wasn't aware how badly he was hurt.
RCMP said road conditions were "good" when the accident occurred.
Moose Jaw police and the city's transit department are continuing to investigate after nearly 20 high school-aged kids were kicked off a city bus by a transit driver.
Parents started to raise concern after the incident on Tuesday afternoon. According to CHAB radio the teenagers were forced to get off the bus at three separate stops along Coteau St. in the South Hill area. Police in Moose Jaw said the driver was dealing with teens who were causing problems on the bus.
The light, fluffy snowfall that began falling in the Regina area Thursday morning will be sticking around for a while.
The Regina area could get between 10 and 15 centimetres of snow between Thursday afternoon to Friday evening, according to Environment Canada.
How bad it will get depends on how the weather band moves through southern Saskatchewan.
"It's going to depend on where that band of snow sets up. That will really determine how much snow Regina ends up getting with these systems," said John Paul Cragg, meteorologist with Environment Canada.
A Regina-born and raised actress is in company with some Hollywood heavyweights.
Tatiana Maslany has been nominated for a Golden Globe for her role on the science fiction show Orphan Black.
The series airs on BBC America in the U.S. and the Space channel in Canada. It features Maslany playing multiple roles representing clones.
Maslany is up against big names like Kerry Washington in Scandal and Julianna Margulies in The Good Wife for the Best Actress in a TV series category.
The awards will he handed out Jan. 12.
A play about weight discrimination in show-business is stirring up a debate about weight discrimination in high school show business.
Regina mom Tricia Leis is upset that teens were put in fat suits in Campbell Collegiate's production of Hairspray, calling it offensive.
There is mixed reaction around Regina on Canada Post's plan to end household delivery over the next five years.
"To go somewhere just to pick up mail, that's ridiculous," said one woman upon hearing the news.
Residents who currently receive regular mail at their home will soon have to walk to a neighbourhood mailbox to collect their bills, postcards and letters.
It's also going to cost more to send those items. Canada Post will be increasing the cost of a stamp to $1 as of March, 2014.