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Dog attack leaves one dog dead, another euthanized in Okotoks

Dog attack leaves one dog dead, another euthanized in Okotoks

Dog owner charged after one dog kills another in Okotoks, Alberta
Okotoks three-legged buck still doing well two years later

Okotoks three-legged buck still doing well two years later

Wildlife biologist Dr. Susan Lingle shares her thoughts on how, for over two years now, a male mule deer has been thriving with only three legs.
Jasper National Park using pylons to prevent ‘bear jams’

Jasper National Park using pylons to prevent ‘bear jams’

Stopping on the highway for any non-emergency reason is actually illegal, Parks Canada says.
Water use too high says Airdrie mayor, urges residents to cut usage

Water use too high says Airdrie mayor, urges residents to cut usage

The rate of current consumption will have a large impact on Airdrie's reservoir levels and could potentially mean a reduction in the amount of water Airdrie's homes and businesses receive.
Over $150,000 worth of stolen vehicles, equipment recovered in Northern Alberta

Over $150,000 worth of stolen vehicles, equipment recovered in Northern Alberta

Items recovered include a pipe trailer valued at $25,000, a $30,000 CASE skid-steer loader and three pickup trucks.
Work on Calgary's water main stopped due to injuries

Work on Calgary's water main stopped due to injuries

After two injuries overnight resulting in a stop of work, the reparations of Calgary's water main break aren't expected to continue until later this afternoon.
Central Alberta drug busts reduced property crimes, sergeant says

Central Alberta drug busts reduced property crimes, sergeant says

“Part of the offshoot with regards to drug activity, would be a drop in property crimes as we’ve kind of seen. So, hopefully that continues into 2024,” said Poon.
Video: High winds kick up gustnado in Central Alberta Wednesday night

Video: High winds kick up gustnado in Central Alberta Wednesday night

A storm that blew through Central Alberta knocked down trees in Innisfail and caused tornado-like dirt formations called gustnados.
Hit the Mark Safely on International Axe Throwing Day

Hit the Mark Safely on International Axe Throwing Day

International Axe Throwing Day is on June 13.
Albertans to pay over $1.4K per treatment for Paxlovid coverage

Albertans to pay over $1.4K per treatment for Paxlovid coverage

While private insurance may cover some of the cost, Albertans could now have to pay around $1,450 for the five-day supply of the COVID drug Paxlovid, according to Alberta Health.
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