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UPDATE: Face-to-face with rural crime

UPDATE: Face-to-face with rural crime

Suspect points shotgun at homeowner Dec. 30 near Half Moon Lake
Special avalanche warning extended for Kananaskis Country

Special avalanche warning extended for Kananaskis Country

“It seems to be settling down in a number of regions that were originally identified, but it remains very active in the Purcells and Kananaskis Country. We are urging backcountry users in these areas to choose simple terrain or avoid avalanche terrain completely.”
Farmers speak out against UCP farm rules

Farmers speak out against UCP farm rules

One St. Albert-area family is speaking out against the repeal of the NDP’s farm safety bill
Road closures for avalanche work after heavy snowfall hits Bow Valley

Road closures for avalanche work after heavy snowfall hits Bow Valley

Man arrested in Chestermere after shots fired at residence

Man arrested in Chestermere after shots fired at residence

UPDATE: Man shot and killed at Red Deer Walmart, shooting not targeted

UPDATE: Man shot and killed at Red Deer Walmart, shooting not targeted

4 in 5 Canadians prefer 'Christmas' over 'Holiday Season'

4 in 5 Canadians prefer 'Christmas' over 'Holiday Season'

New approach may help RCMP identify found human remains in the Bow Valley

New approach may help RCMP identify found human remains in the Bow Valley

"To be able to progress further with emerging technologies – it's great, we can start using these things and bringing closure for a family that has a missing loved one out there."
Carrying the torch for food banks

Carrying the torch for food banks

k.d. lang is using her voice to encourage people to give to their local food bank during the holiday season. She was in St. Albert recently to film a promotional video that was just released on Monday.
RCMP Explosive Disposal Unit detonates 1980s dynamite stick unearthed near Banff Springs Hotel

RCMP Explosive Disposal Unit detonates 1980s dynamite stick unearthed near Banff Springs Hotel

Prairie Pride Construction owner Murray Hunter said workers figured out what they uncovered could potentially be dangerous pretty quickly, as the device had "explosive" written on its side