CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Faulty phone charger gives Winnipeg family a scareDec 14, 2014 | 1:49A Winnipeg family had a big scare on the weekend when a faulty phone charger nearly set a fire in their home.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Team at centre of NHL mumps outbreak in Winnipeg SaturdayDec 13, 2014 | 1:57The team at the centre of a mumps outbreak in the NHL is scheduled to play in Winnipeg on Saturday night.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Employees make Christmas toy drive their swan song as store shuts downDec 12, 2014 | 1:53A group of women who are losing their jobs say they're determined to go out with a bang.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Brad Badiuk's 'racist' Facebook posts need action by Winnipeg school board: trustee. CBC's Kiran Dhillon reports.Dec 12, 2014 | 2:12A Winnipeg School Division school trustee says Kelvin High School teacher Brad Badiuk's Facebook comments about aboriginal people are "offensive and ignorant, and require leaders to stand up."
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Ex-mayor Sam Katz defends funding Winnipeg Sun aboriginal internshipDec 12, 2014 | 2:09Sam Katz, Winnipeg's former mayor, is unapologetic about spending $66,000 of his own budget — when he was still in office — to fund an aboriginal intern reporting position at a local newspaper.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Winnipeg teacher's assistant, property developer among suspects in drug raids. CBC's Caroline Barghout reports.Dec 12, 2014 | 2:03A candidate who ran for council in Winnipeg's recent municipal election isn't the only high profile person accused after co:ordinated drug raids in Manitoba and three other provinces earlier this week.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Brian Sinclair's death 'preventable' but not homicide, says inquest reportDec 12, 2014 | 2:14The inquest into the death of 45-year-old double amputee Brian Sinclair in a hospital waiting room in Winnipeg has found it was not homicide and doesn't require a public inquiry.
CBC News: Winnipeg at 6:00Manitoba invests $150K in program to help aboriginal sex assault victimsDec 12, 2014 | 1:32The Manitoba government will spend $150,000 over three years on a new program that will provide counselling and supports for aboriginal women and girls who experience sexual violence in Winnipeg.