Stephen Cook, Edmonton Sun

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Lac La Biche woman charged with second degree murder

Lac La Biche RCMP have arrested a woman for murder.Police found Darlene Cardinal on Friday after responding to a complaint of an unresponsive female with stab wounds. Cardinal was taken to hospital where she was declared dead. → Read More

Firefighters from three countries train for handling big rig crashes

On Alberta highways, big rigs traversing prairie highways are almost as familiar a sight as fields of golden canola.But when those metal behemoths cause havoc, firefighters are there to save lives and clear the wreckage. → Read More

Students take part in live action role-playing adventure set in Fort Saskatchewan school

Fort Saskatchewan — Every great fantasy epic ends on a legendary battlefield, among them the hallowed ground of the Pelennor Fields, the Fords of Beruna, or even Hogwarts. → Read More

Police searching for cyclist suspect in homicide

Police were searching for a cyclist they consider a suspect in the shooting death of Ibrahim Zoker in the Callingwood area.According to a news release Friday, a man was seen cycling in the vicinity of the shooting around 10:50 p.m. on May 16. → Read More

Cops reprimanded for arresting Airsoft gun-toting teens

Six years after the initial complaint, the disciplinary proceedings against Edmonton Police Service members Sgt. Jessie Poonian and Const. Timothy Connell ended in a five-minute penalty hearing Thursday. → Read More

Man stabbed in downtown Edmonton Friday night

City police, security guards and peace officers cordoned off a section of Jasper Avenue outside Commerce Place around 7 p.m. Friday after one person was stabbed.According to one witness, a man was stabbed in the neck outside the Tim Hortons at 10150 Jasper Ave. → Read More

New fire ban app will keep Albertans up to date

Just ahead of the long weekend, Albertans can now check for fire bans and restrictions using their smartphones.Forestry and Agriculture Minister Oneil Carlier announced the launch of a new Alberta fire ban app Tuesday that allows users to search and pinpoint their own location to identify nearby res... → Read More

MOVE IT! Road rage increasing on Alberta roads: study

The streets of Alberta are only getting meaner, say respondents to a recent study.Fifty-seven per cent of Albertans believe aggressive driving has increased in the previous three years, according t… → Read More