What a day for Moose Jaw Police yesterday, as they zig zagged the city dealing with a host of different accidents.
Out of 23 calls for service there were 13 accidents, 5 were hit and runs and one was a vehicle pedestrian collision, but the person was treated as a precaution.
One person was also charged with possession of stolen property and obstructing a police officer. A stolen vehicle was recovered in the investigation and the suspect is also wanted in connection to a theft in Regina.
A little bit of heavy snow doesn't bring this biker down as they travel across Main St. this afternoon We've already seen a fair amount of
Saskatchewan Polytechnic (File photo) Saskatchewan Polytechnic students could meet their future employers tonight at Saskatchewan Polytechn
The province has declared that Monday is the official start to flu season and that means some new guidelines for our medical facilities.
Snow shovels at the ready. The prairies are about to get a decent dump of snow. Forecasters are telling Saskatchewan and Alberta to bra
Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart opened the new Think Ag Career and Education Expo Wednesday morning at Canadian Western Agribition in Re
According to the Ministry of Environment, two harsh winters have resulted in a decline in the Saskatchewan wildlife population. In fact, s
Monday marked the High School Rodeo Finals at Canadian Western Agribition in Regina. Young Cowboys and cowgirls from around the province
It looks like the Weather Network won the battle of the forecasters in Saskatchewan but that's bad news for us. Environment Canada was pr
It was just last year that the K-12 school year in Saskatchewan was legislated to start after Labour Day. Now, a slight adjustment has b
They're standing on guard for the apples, bread, milk, and any other groceries you get this week. 15 Wing student pilots and inst
Moose Jaw will be down to one recycling centre come 2015. Councillors have rejected a proposal from administration to relocating the Nor
After a gradual introduction to winter weather the last few weeks, since Saturday driving conditions have alternated between fair and dang
Central Collegiate students and staff members show off their facial hair (some real and some fake) for the camera. Facial hair was sold at
Take it easy out there today on the highways. There's a touch of fog that has settled in overnight and it appears to have dropped a litt
The party is getting underway for Saskatchewan's Corner Gas. A special screening party for the upcoming movie was held in Saskatoon Mond
The government of Saskatchewan is trying to find out what went wrong at a care home in Regina. The family of a woman who passed away
SGI is looking for survey volunteers in reviewing injury coverage under the tort and no fault programs. SGI is asking for our assistance in
On a night for giving, the JGL group of companies gave the most. At the annual Festival of Trees fundraiser Saturday night, the local
Canadian Western Agribition is underway at Regina’s Evraz Place. The massive agriculture shows brings in people from around the world an
They were stamping their feet to the beat of the Christmas music, and to stay warm at the Kinsmen Santa Claus parade in Moose Jaw Sunday n
World War II veteran Mac "Lucky" Wilson. Mac "Lucky" Wilson spent years battling his way through Italy and France during World War II as pa
Local Moose Jaw resident Miles Huntley poses for the camera with CHAB's Rob Carnie. Moose Jaw citizen Miles Huntley celebrated his 105th bi
Moose Jaw and much of Southern Saskatchewan was blasted yesterday with a shot of freezing rain mixed with flurries. The aftermath of the s
About 250 turned out to see about 20,000 lights "Illuminate" the area around the Tourism Moose Jaw Visitor Centre Friday night. The an
Grade 12 Vanier accounting student Kathleen Berenik Vanier Accounting students took part in the second annual Global Entrepreneurship Week