CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00It's in the water: Post-swim red eyes from pee, not chlorine: CDCJun 26, 2015 | 1:35U.S. public health officials confirm that it's not chlorine giving red-eye to swimmers, as many believe — it's people who pee in the pool.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Families of Jeanne Haug and Brittney Chegus protest acquittal in fatal crashJun 25, 2015 | 0:41Family members of Jeanne Haug and Brittney Chegus, who died in a head-on crash in 2013, protest the acquittal of Crystal Vandal, who was accused of careless driving causing death.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00RAW: Winnipeg man records Istanbul riot police spraying Pride Parade crowdJun 28, 2015 | 1:53A newlywed couple from Winnipeg was on their honeymoon in Turkey over the weekend when they witnessed Istanbul riot police fire rubber bullets water cannons into a crowd of thousands celebrating in the local Pride Parade Sunday.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00UManitoba students living in overcrowded family homes, area residents sayJun 26, 2015 | 2:18A single-family home near the University of Manitoba has 15 bedrooms for rent for international students, even though the owner was ordered to shut down the multi-unit house more than five years ago.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Tornado alert system 'not good enough,' Manitou resident saysJun 25, 2015 | 1:54Tornados touched down east of Manitou, Man., Wednesday afternoon, setting off the province's new Ready Alert system. But the automated warnings, broadcast on radio stations shortly before 4:30 p.m. CT, were garbled and are drawing criticism from people in southern Manitoba.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Plane in deadly Nunavut crash 'came in too high, too steep, too fast,' report findsJun 29, 2015 | 2:10An investigation into the crash-landing death of a six-month-old boy in 2012 has members of the Transportation and Safety Board calling for more strict rules to keep kids safe during commercial flights.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Winnipeg homeowner frustrated with leaky roofJun 24, 2015 | 2:18A Winnipeg homeowner is calling for regulation of the roofing industry after discovering a contractor's work on his leaky roof is causing extensive damage to the walls of his house
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Bike route barricades get green light from city committeeJun 23, 2015 | 1:57In the face of increasingly loud calls and reports of fights breaking out between cyclists and drivers, a city committee has approved putting barricades back up on Sunday bike routes.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Winnipeg exhibit explores lost tradition of stopping by for teaJun 26, 2015 | 1:36A new exhibit at a Winnipeg art gallery focuses on the importance of conversation and tea specifically, medicinal teas that are used in North American indigenous cultures
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Winnipeg Fire Chief Barry Evans on St. Boniface gas leakJun 23, 2015 | 0:54Winnipeg Fire Chief Barry Evans said a gas line was ruptured when contractors doing road repairs in St. Boniface severed a high-pressure line
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Aboriginal leaders outraged over Jewish Post & News opinion pieceJun 29, 2015 | 1:54An opinion piece published in Manitoba's Jewish Post & News has been called both offensive and controversial as it discusses Canada's recent Truth and Reconciliation Commission recommendations
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Waitress recalls seeing Nicholas Read with truck driverJun 22, 2015 | 2:17A truck stop waitress in Headingley, Man., gave RCMP a tip that helped lead police to Nicholas Read, the missing West St. Paul teen who was found east of Toronto.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Winnipeg ISIS supporter Aaron Driver released on bail, but with 25 conditionsJun 15, 2015 | 1:02Aaron Driver, the Winnipeg man who openly supports the militant Islamic group ISIS on social media, has been released from custody but must wear an electronic monitoring device and faces several other restrictions
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00CFS is 'new residential school system', says former CFS investigator. CBC's Caroline Barghout reports.Oct 6, 2014 | 2:35First Nations young people wouldn't be exposed to drugs and violence if Manitoba did more to keep them in their own communities, not ship them off to foster care in Winnipeg, says a former Child and Family Services investigator.