Brian Rodgers is a videojournalist and producer with CBC Saskatchewan.
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Regina police chief says force is not using controversial facial recognition software
Some members of the Regina Police Service provided their email addresses to a company that uses controversial facial recognition software.
'It horrified me': Mortlach couple finds mouse droppings, skeleton in used RV
A couple from Mortlach bought a used fifth wheel, a 2004 Keystone Laredo, from Regina's Village RV on Aug. 8. Two days later, they discovered mouse droppings in several hidden parts of the trailer.
Running back to … Moose Jaw? Guess Who frontman Burton Cummings finds new home in Sask.
After 40 years living in Los Angeles, Burton Cummings is now calling Moose Jaw, Sask., home. It doesn't have an international airport, but it's way more "sane" he says.
Regina senior left homeless after Service Canada cheque cancelled
A Regina senior who became homeless last month after Service Canada stopped paying a monthly benefit is highlighting the difficulties of getting by month-to-month on government assistance money.
'I forgive them': Indigenous man injured by officers reaches resolution with Regina police
Simon Ash-Moccasin and Regina police Chief Evan Bray released a joint statement on Friday after the Indigenous man says he was roughed up by two police officers while he was walking in downtown Regina in December 2014.
Regina man with rare muscle disease pleads for help getting expensive treatment
Cole Pringle is hoping the Saskatchewan government will provide drug coverage for a drug injection that he would need several times a year at $60,000 per treatment.
'I've been through a whirlwind': Homicide victim's widow says future has been 'shattered'
Two people are now charged in connection to the death of a Kincaid, Sask. man who went missing in Gravelbourg July 12.
'It's unimaginable': 20 trees felled by Dutch elm disease in Kamsack, Sask.
Fourteen elm trees have been chopped down and six more will be lost to Dutch elm disease in Kamsack. The outbreak was caused by people bringing elm firewood into the town.
Still no local craft beer on tap at new Mosaic Stadium
With the Saskatchewan Roughriders set to officially open up their new stadium on Saturday, fans hoping to christen the new stadium while sipping on locally brewed beer will have to wait.
Saskatoon councillor confident Uber riding into province next year
Wheels are in motion at the provincial government level to possibly change the regulations that currently treat ride-hailing like taxi services.
Regina rugby camp aims to grow sport, inspire future Olympians
Inspired by rugby sevens making its debut as an Olympic sport, Sask. Rugby decided to organize a camp to teach kids how to play the sport.
6 homes in RM of Cana 'seriously' damaged by tornado
The reeve of the RM of Cana says millions of dollars worth of crop and property damage was caused by tornadoes Sunday afternoon. Robert Almasi says at least six homes were badly damaged, one was completely destroyed.
'Distraught' cat crawls home after being caught in illegal gopher trap
Hayley Toniello's cat was injured after having its paw stuck in a neighbour's gopher trap. It's started a conversation about the responsibilities of pet owners and of neighbours who don't want animals in their yard.
'My ideal day': Dionne Tatlow swims across Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan
La Ronge chiropractor Dionne Tatlow swam across Lac La Ronge on Saturday in 14 hours and 55 minutes. There's no documented evidence of anyone making the swim before.
RCMP lay charges in Craven kitten abuse investigation
RCMP have charged a man and a boy in a case of animal abuse at the Craven Country Jamboree. The two have been charged with causing distress to an animal. On Saturday, the RCMP were tipped off that a kitten was being abused at a campsite inside the music festival.