Alex Soloducha is a reporter for CBC Saskatchewan.
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Regina family of 5 flees flaming home and watches garage explode
A family of five from Regina is staying in a hotel after the home they’ve lived in for 12 years burned down this week.
'You'd be complete': Breast cancer survivor pushes for cost of nipple reconstruction to be covered
When Andria Kuntz used to look at her naked body in the mirror, she said she felt “like a monster almost.”
Proposed bylaw taking 1-size-fits all approach to signs, billboards: Regina business owner
The City of Regina is reviewing a proposed bylaw change which would classify all portable signs in the city under one group. The potential change has resulted in an opposing petition from one business owner.
MMIWG inquiry recommendations' effect in Saskatchewan uncertain
Shirley Wilson and many others in Saskatchewan will be waiting for action following the release of recommendations from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG).
Carmichael Outreach asking for tents to hand out to homeless
People who are homeless in Regina have resorted to sleeping in tents and advocates say it’s because they have nowhere else to go.
Former U of R Cougar wrestlers insulted after awards found in dumpster
Awards earned by former University of Regina wrestlers were found in a dumpster outside the school Friday.
Teachers' union publicizes bargaining process as it negotiates new contract
The Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation is giving the public a look at the bargaining table.
'Viable alternative' or 'greenwashing?': Sask. experts divided on nuclear power
The Saskatchewan government says it is not ruling out nuclear power as a way to alleviate some reliance on coal, but experts are divided on whether it’s a good solution.
#freefoodforever: Regina school plants fruit trees for everyone to enjoy
A school in Regina's north end is planting fruit trees in hopes of one day helping to feed the community.
Extreme risk of wildfires in southern Sask.: Province
As Alberta crews fight fires in the north, Saskatchewan is keeping a close watch on local fire conditions.
Sask. mom warns others after baby's rubella scare
A Regina mom is urging people to vaccinate their kids after her baby became sick with an unknown illness, initially diagnosed as rubella.
Survey suggests Sask. residents want Western Canada to separate
A recent survey suggests Saskatchewan residents think Western Canada would be better off if it separates from the rest of the nation.
'They don't stop having autism': Parents call on Sask. government to extend funding
Saskatchewan parents of kids with autism say they aren't receiving the financial support they need.
Youth march for climate action in front of Saskatchewan Legislature
Hundreds of students marched to the Saskatchewan Legislature in Regina Friday calling for the government to take action on climate change.
Premier, producers commend federal government's plan to boost loans for farmers
Help from Ottawa in the form of cash advances is a welcome short-term solution for farmers caught in a trade dispute between Canada and its number one canola customer China, according to the Premier of Saskatchewan and canola producers in the province.