Cory Coleman is a reporter, web writer and associate producer for CBC Saskatchewan. Have a story idea? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Crown seeking more than 12 years in prison for Regina man convicted of manslaughter
Crown prosecutors are recommending a Regina man spend more than 12 and a half years behind bars after being found guilty of manslaughter.
This is how customers will be affected during the Crown corp. strike
The CEOs of seven Crown Corporations say customers may experience delays during a strike that started on Friday.
Business owner says more education needed after police raid suspected pot shops
Kelly Csada was left disappointed after police targeted her cannabis education business during a crackdown on suspected unlicensed dispensaries in Regina.
Trudeau commits to 'necessary funding' for kids in Indigenous communities during Saskatoon town hall
Justin Trudeau was asked several questions related to Indigenous issues during a town hall in Saskatoon.
Byelections won't be called after 2 MLAs resign to enter federal race: Moe
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has confirmed the province will not call a byelection after two MLAs stepped down from their positions to run in the upcoming federal election.
Court hears victim's blood found on discarded clothing, inside vehicle during manslaughter trial
A manslaughter trial is continuing in Regina with testimony from multiple people on Tuesday.
Regina's White Pony Lodge seeing drastic increase in dangerous items found during patrols
It has been a busy few years for Regina's White Pony Lodge and they have the numbers to prove it.
'Those memories will be with me forever': Regina's Neal Hughes inducted into Roughriders Plaza of Honour
Saskatchewan Roughriders greats Neal Hughes and Kerry Joseph have been named to the 2019 SaskTel Plaza of Honour.
City asks for patience as 'beautification' project backs up downtown Regina traffic
The next step is underway for a project aimed at making parts of downtown Regina more efficient and aesthetically pleasing.
Regina sinkhole, caused by sewer backup, led to another sewer backup for Albert Park residents
The city's second sinkhole in just over over a month opened up last week at the northeastern corner of Pasqua, near the Parliament Avenue intersection east of Lewvan Drive. It led to a sewer backup in the Albert Park neighbourhood.
Regina woman diagnosed with breast cancer, leukemia visited by her 'super hero' Charleston Hughes
Laurel Downey says the last four years have been a roller coaster for and her family, but an unexpected visitor recently gave them a reason to celebrate.
Too many geese? Some say yes as poop accumulates in Regina's biggest park
If you're becoming frustrated with clusters of geese in Regina's Wascana Park, you're not alone. But it turns out the population hasn't risen since last year.
Regina police to reward kids for good behaviour with 'positive tickets'
Regina police will be handing out a new kind of ticket, but not to people doing something wrong.
U of Regina increasing security after alleged assaults involving wildfire evacuees
People at the University of Regina may notice more security and personnel on campus, as about 420 fire evacuees from Ontario settle in.
RCMP say Country Thunder a success, despite rise in some crime numbers
RCMP are commending Country Thunder attendees after what they are calling a successful weekend for law enforcement, despite some rising numbers related to crime.