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Parts of Saskatchewan under extreme cold warning

An extreme cold warning is in place for parts of Saskatchewan, including Saskatoon, with wind chills in the -40 to -45 range.

Saskatoon StarPhoenix daily update for Feb. 21, 2018

Stay up to date with the news and stories that matter in Saskatoon and beyond, delivered each morning Monday through Saturday. LOCAL Rebuilt span...

Preston Crossing shooting not random: Saskatoon police

Saskatoon police say a man suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a parking lot shooting at Preston Crossing.

Canadian woman says she was attacked at her home in Playa del Carmen

A Saskatoon woman living and studying in Playa del Carmen, Mexico says she is living in fear after a group of people broke into her home, assaulted...

Saskatoon's weather: Sunny, high -13 C, low -21 C

The sky over Saskatoon will be mainly sunny on Wednesday, according to Environment Canada’s forecast. The wind could reach a speed of 15 kilometres...

Rebuilt span will keep Traffic Bridge name, Saskatoon council decides

Council voted to keep the name Traffic Bridge on the rebuilt river span, but retained the possibility of a separate name for its walkways.

Saskatoon gun violence: what seized weaponry is telling police about where firearms are coming from

Saskatoon police say gun violence is on the rise in the city, but where are the weapons coming from?

Agar’s Corner destroyed by fire

A century-old building just outside of Saskatoon that was the site of many weddings over the years has been destroyed by fire.

Man accused of murder refuses to leave jail cell for court appearance

Brandin Brick, charged with first-degree murder in the death of James Chaisson, refused to leave his cell for his first court appearance on Tuesday.

Saskatoon mayor spends close to $100K on communications

Saskatoon Mayor Charlie Clark spent $99,967.62 on communications in 2017, while city councillors spent $47,491.68, less than half of their combined...

Blood donations urgently needed in Saskatoon: Canadian Blood Services

Canadian Blood Services is urging people in Saskatoon to help fill over 1,100 open appointments by March 10.

Saskatoon inquest to probe man’s death following police pursuit crash

A public inquest will be held into the death of a man who went into medical distress and died following a crash that occurred during a police pursuit...

Public inquest to be held into the death of Jordan Lafond

A public inquest will be held into the death of Jordan Lafond who was a passenger in a stolen truck being chased by Saskatoon police.

Murder charge laid in death of 28-year-old James Chaisson, Saskatoon's first homicide of 2018

City police say a 26-year-old man is facing numerous charges, including first-degree murder and kidnapping, in the death of James Chaisson.

Wildlife federation plans massive expansion thanks to donation

Robert Freberg and Patrick Thompson are planning an overhaul of the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation thanks to the pair's donation of $500,000.