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By: Craig Douce
Vader defence rests its case
Saturday May 28, 2016
St. Albert Gazette
Travis Vader's defence lawyer has rested his case, concluding the evidence portion of his first-degree murder trial.
Rural 9-1-1 calls can pose tracking difficulties
Friday May 27, 2016
Rocky View Weekly
Glen Demmon of the Beiseker RCMP detachment said 9-1-1 calls from rural areas can sometimes be difficult to track and can often be dropped before dispatch can get a …
Evacuees find strength in Airdrie’s support
Thursday May 26, 2016
Airdrie City View
From the safety of the Suncor camp in northern Fort McMurray, resident Jessica Brunel couldn’t see any signs of the fire burning through the city.
Cremona teens remembered
Two Cremona teens are being mourned by family and friends after an accident earlier this year claimed both their lives.
Illegal vehicle accessories targeted
Wednesday May 25, 2016
Okotoks Western Wheel
Illegal window tints and auxiliary lights are a couple of reasons why drivers may be pulled over in the coming weeks.
Fort Mac’s ‘oven cat’ reunited with family
One lucky feline from Fort McMurray proved that cats really do have nine lives.
Priddis family relives horror of son's death
A Priddis family broke down in tears outside of Calgary court Wednesday after their son's killer was found not criminally responsible (NCR) for the stabbing …
New legislation takes aim at payday loan companies
Tuesday May 24, 2016
Payday lending companies in Alberta could see major changes if new legislation proposed by the Alberta government is passed.
Bear warnings for Kananaskis Country, Bow Lake
May 26, 2016
5 Peaks to ban disposable cups
May 12, 2016
Council undecided on Wilson Way lot
May 19, 2016
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