Scott Larson

Scott Larson works for CBC News in Saskatoon.

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Riders bring in pair of former Alouettes to be focal point of offence

The Saskatchewan Roughriders are banking on a pair of former Montreal Alouettes to jump-start the offence next season.

Regina teen hopes Australian Open is just one of many tennis experiences to come

Keegan Rice was just five years old when his parents put him in a learn-to-play tennis program. He’s been swinging a racket ever since. The 16-year-old Regina tennis player is currently the reigning Canadian junior boys champion.

Silvernagle wins third provincial curling title under improbable circumstances

Saskatchewan curler Robyn Silvernagle's latest provincial Scotties Tournament of Hearts title is an amazing achievement. Silvernagle's North Battleford rink won the provincial tournament yesterday in Estevan, downing Martensville’s Nancy Martin 8-4 in the final to win her third championship in five years.

Passenger fees going up at Regina airport to offset losses and pay for runway project

The cost for a flight out of Regina is going up $10 beginning April 1.

Saskatoon Tribal Council chief pushes back against criticism of wellness centre in Fairhaven neighbourhood

Saskatoon Tribal Council Tribal Chief Mark Arcand says he's frustrated with criticism that has surfaced since the opening of the emergency wellness centre in the city's Fairhaven neighbourhood.

Huskies score gold with Team Canada at FISU World University Winter Games

Defenceman Isabella Pozzi and goaltender Camryn Drever were part of Team Canada that downed Japan 5-0 in the gold medal game on Saturday in Lake Placid, New York.

Developer, city reach deal on affordable housing project, raising hopes for downtown grocery

Ward 3 Coun. David Kirton is hopeful a delayed downtown grocery store project is back on track after the city and the developer reached a deal on another of its housing projects that had previously been denied.

Saskatchewan Serious Incident Response Team confirms Prince Albert officer shot and killed man

More details are emerging about the Prince Albert police shooting that left a man dead Monday.

Respiratory illnesses in kids swamping children's hospital in Saskatoon, says pediatrician

A Saskatoon doctor says the city's children's hospital is at capacity.

Building fast EV charging stations across Saskatchewan should be a priority, says advocate

Electric vehicles are slowly making inroads in Saskatchewan, yet the infrastructure to support them still needs a major boost.