SaskTel Centre Executive Director Scott Ford said 40 security staff work sold-out events at SaskTel Centre, monitoring crowds as they enter and leave the building.
In the wake of the deadly suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena in the UK, SaskTel Centre is outlining their security policies to reassure customers.
MANCHESTER, England — The Latest on the blast at an Ariana Grande concert in northern England (all times local): 2:10 a.m.
MANCHESTER, England — As officials hunted for accomplices of a suicide bomber and Britain's prime minister warned another attack could be "imminent," thousands of...
MANCHESTER, England — Rihanna Hardy had been excited about seeing Ariana Grande ever since she got her concert ticket as a gift at Christmas. So when the day came,...
Western and central Saskatchewan are expected to be drenched by rain and whipped by wind starting May 23, 2017.
A special weather statement issued by Environment Canada suggests Saskatchewan could be in for a wet and windy week. The weather agency said a strong system of...
Emma Medeiros posted video to Facebook on May 23, 2017 showing two pieces of a hot dog, each side stuffed with what she describes as several razor blades.
A Regina woman is cautioning pet owners after she made a horrifying discovery in the yard where her dogs roam. Emma Medeiros posted a video to Facebook Tuesday...
Hannah's mother Janet Leflar and stepfather Wade Anderson address media outside Court of Queen's Bench in Regina on May 23, 2017.
After two weeks of testimony and two weeks of tears for the family of Hannah Leflar, the sentencing hearing for the teen who killed her has wrapped up.
A public hearing will be held following a city council meeting on May 23, 2017 to consider two potential road closures near the water treatment plant.
The decision to permanently close a portion of Spadina Crescent West will be up for debate Tuesday night. A public hearing will be held following a city council...
Alexa Emerson has had to hire a fourth lawyer, Patrick Mcdougall, after three previous barristers withdrew from her case.
The woman facing more than 80 charges related to white powder scares and bomb threats in Saskatoon has a new lawyer.
LONDON — Sir Roger Moore saw more to life than a well-mixed martini.

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