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Another Albertan has died due to COVID-19 as the case count rose by 46 on Wednesday to a total of 8,482.
The Misericordia Community Hospital is now closed to new patients and postponing day procedures and visits due to the growing COVID-19 outbreak at the west Edmonton facility.
A soap opera star from St. Albert is still pinching himself after winning a Daytime Emmy for his role on The Young and the Restless.
A pre-teen from Edmonton who is blind is a finalist in a special competition that tests kids in different braille challenges.
Leduc RCMP are looking for the attendees of a house party last month at which a 19-year-old was killed in what police have deemed a homicide.
The calendar tells us we’re over a week into July, but all we have to show for the post-winter weather season so far seems to be rain, rain, a little sun and more rain.
The weather agency says conditions will be favourable for funnel clouds, which are 'generated by weak rotation under rapidly growing clouds or weak thunderstorms.'
Police say charges have been laid against two Calgary suspects wanted in connection with a shooting that happened in Red Deer.
The Crown is seeking a sentence in excess of 22 years for Matthew McKnight, a former Edmonton bar employee convicted of five counts of sexual assault.
Jamie Erickson received MacEwan University's President’s Medal Wednesday for her accomplishments in academics, student leadership, and community activity.
This will likely mean cuts to services the city provides like waste collection, transit and recreation facilities and programs.
Edmonton-South West MLA and Municipal Affairs Minister Kaycee Madu is promising a project is on the horizon that will improve life in southwest Edmonton.
An RCMP officer was hit with a baton during an arrest in a Walmart parking lot in Cold Lake, Alta., Tuesday.
Edmonton's Canadian Football League team say it's accelerating its review of its team name and will report back by the end of July.
The fire broke out in a mobile home in Oak Ridge on Willowdale Drive NW.
Police were called to a rural property after receiving a 911 call reporting a shooting just after 6 a.m. Monday.
A suspicious package had been found at the station during Wednesday morning's commute.
The federal Liberals are to lay out Wednesday how they see the COVID-19 pandemic affecting government finances for the fiscal year including an estimated deficit and a projected path for the economy.
Environment Canada confirms a funnel cloud contacted the ground north of the city of Brooks on Tuesday night.
Three grizzly bear cubs that were brought to the Calgary Zoo after their mother was shot by a hunter in the Crowsnest Pass have found a permanent home at the Greater Vancouver Zoo.
A major sponsor of Edmonton's Canadian Football League team says it will end its relationship with the club if the team's name isn't changed.
Those against Bill 30 say that the existing private clinics in Alberta haven’t helped wait times and question the effectiveness of more.
Alberta confirmed 47 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday as well as two more deaths due to the coronavirus.
Soccer players, including one Edmontonian, are in a bind as The MLS is Back Tournament in Florida has to be adjusted while COVID-19 cases rise in the state.
Restaurants are calling for government help as a new national study suggests that most won’t be profitable for around a year.
City council is exploring the possibility of removing grass from some areas and replacing it with flora that doesn’t require as much maintenance.
RCMP closed roads and brought a tactical team and armoured vehicle to Spruce Grove Tuesday night in what Mounties called an “unfolding situation” in an 8:22 p.m. news alert.
Multiple reports of funnel clouds spotted in southern Alberta surfaced on social media Tuesday night.
Underneath the Whitemud Creek overpass lies a unique and relatively unknown, until recently, archway that wraps around a pedestrian bridge.
His social media accounts are simple — lots of pictures of the intimate lives of Alberta wildlife, mixed with a few delicious-looking meals and some wild-found groceries.
Alberta wants to redefine minerals in provincial law to lessen the administrative workload for sand-mining operations.
COVID-19 may have forced the cancellation of the Edmonton International Street Performer’s Festival so the festival is posting videos of festivals past.
A flock of 50 sheep have been a staple of the park for 28 years.
The United Conservative government is making changes to labour law it says will restore balance to the employer-union dynamic.
After three months of exercising virtually, about 20 families with the Edmonton Down Society finally came together for a fitness class in Hawrelak Park.