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The Alberta man accused of first-degree murder in the deaths of a 24-year-old woman and her 16-month-old child is due in court on Monday.
A Parkland County man has been charged in connection to sex crimes involving a teenager, and police believe there may be more victims.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is in Washington in an effort to convince Capitol Hill lawmakers that his province is their best bet for North American energy security.
A jury trial is to begin today for a man and his son who are accused of killing two Métis hunters.
Get set for some cooler air for most of this week. We'll start off with a high near 20 C today.
At roughly nine per cent, researchers say the readmission rate is similar to that seen for other ailments, but socio-economic factors and sex seem to play a bigger role in predicting which patients are most likely to suffer a downturn when sent home.
The Calgary Flames have defeated the Dallas Stars 3-2 in overtime in Game 7 of their first-round NHL playoff series Sunday night to advance to the second round.
The Oilers aren't settling for the second round.
Justice advocate David Milgaard, a man who was wrongfully convicted of murder and spent more than two decades in prison, has died.
Edmonton’s Hansen Distillery kicked off a summer fundraiser Saturday to raise money to get an autistic child a service dog.
The River Valley Alliance (RVA) held its spring trail cleanup Saturday to help get garbage off the trails.
An Edmonton woman’s new ice cream business has been plagued by bad luck over the past few months, but the owner refuses to let the dream die.
There are a number of outdoor farmers' markets happening in the Edmonton area over the summer of 2022. Find out where the markets are located and what their hours are on our handy map!
After two years of planning and community engagement, the market has announced Clark Builders as the contractor entrusted with providing a dollar amount for the much-needed improvements. Then the process will begin to find funding for the project from government and private sources.
The Junos are set to return to Edmonton next year, marking the second time the city hosts the country's biggest music awards show.
First it was a massive 29 in Landsdowne near Whitemud Drive, then a few days later, a huge 97 on the north side of Whitemud near 145 Street. And then suddenly last weekend, a mammoth 41 suddenly appeared atop Fox Drive in Belgravia.
Pride will be celebrated in Churchill Square this June. A one day, family-friendly event will be held on June 25.
Brooks and his team announced a brand new opening night for Friday, June 24 at Commonwealth Stadium after tickets for his show a day later sold out in 45 minutes last week.
The Pope will travel to Edmonton, Quebec City and Iqualuit between July 24 and 29 in what will be the fourth papal visit to Canada, and first since 2002.
RCMP say they are conducting an internal review after a physical altercation between an officer and a civilian.
Thanks to families pitching in help on and off the field, two families are able to simply enjoy a game of soccer for the first time since fleeing war-torn Ukraine earlier this year.
Data released by the province shows the number of opioid events EMS attended in Edmonton has been growing year over year.
As Edmontonians continue to rally around 5-year-old Ben Stelter, a local restaurant chain is joining in on the fun, with the creation of a new burger benefitting a children's charity.
Rearview mirrors are in short supply at Commonwealth Stadium right now, as the Edmonton Elks do their collective best to forget the short-term past and focus on any kind of future.
The Edmonton Oilers are through to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs after beating the L.A. Kings 2-0 in Game 7.
Leon Draisaitl was on the ice Saturday as the Edmonton Oilers warmed up for Game 7 of the first-round NHL playoff series against the L.A. Kings.
For goalie Mike Smith, this is what the NHL playoffs are all about.
Evander Kane scored twice and the Edmonton Oilers kept their season alive with a 4-2 win over the L.A. Kings in Game 6 of their first-round playoff series on Thursday.