Kevin O'Connor is a journalist with CBC Saskatchewan.
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Regina men who rescued senior from fiery wreck relieved he's OK
Sunny Bajwa and Bill Singh were in the east end of of the city driving home Thursday when they saw something they could hardly believe.
Sask. Court of Appeal overturns Regina man's sexual assault conviction
A Regina man found guilty of sexually assaulting a sleeping woman and sentenced to three years in prison has been granted a new trial.
'There will be cuts in the classroom' due to budget, says Sask. Teachers' Federation
The Saskatchewan government wants a leaner kindergarten-to-Grade-12 school system, but it has decided it is not going to eliminate elected school boards as part of the cost cutting.
How will the PST hike hit you in the pocketbook?
Saskatchewan has just put a double-whammy on the provincial sales tax — the rate is going up, but so is the list of things it covers.
Province cuts money for libraries
The latest chapter in budget cuts is bad news for Saskatchewan libraries.
Appeal court upholds eviction of Sask. Polytechnic students' group
Saskatchewan's highest court has given the OK for Saskatchewan Polytechnic to evict a student's group from its building.
Regina coach, educator, former MLA Gordon Currie dies
Gordon Currie, a legendary Saskatchewan coach and educator who also served in Grant Devine's cabinet, passed away this week at 93.
Smoking with kids in car will get you ticketed, Prince Albert police say
After a motorist got ticketed for smoking in a vehicle with a child inside, Prince Albert, Sask. police are reminding the public that they continue to enforce the Tobacco Control Act.
Brad Wall's $40K party stipend 'completely ethical', conflict officer says
Provincial conflict of interest commissioner Ron Barclay says he doesn't have a problem with Premier Brad Wall's longstanding practice of receiving a $40,000 annual payment from the Saskatchewan Party.
Regina underpass signs should stay metric-only, city says
Big trucks keep getting stuck in Regina's low-hanging underpasses — sometimes several times in a single day — and the city wants it to stop.