A water truck and a Red Deer Catholic Regional school bus collided causing minor injuries to both drivers and the lone student on the bus early Tuesday morning.
Sylvan Lake RCMP responded to the two-vehicle collision at Hwy 11 and Range Road 15 (60th Street) in Sylvan Lake around 7:30 a.m. READ
Red Deer is ready to put an end to Alberta’s 40-year drought of hosting Canada’s most prestigious junior hockey tournament. READ
UPDATED: The federal justice ministry has responded on the issue.
Home invasion charges against three individuals were stayed in Red Deer Court of Queen’s Bench on Monday after it took more than two years for their trial to start. READ
Westbound traffic on Hwy 11A over Hwy 2 will be reduced to one lane for the next two days because of bridge repairs. READ
Three Hills RCMP is seeking public assistance to find a man suspected in a string of online fraud cases over the past year. READ
HUXLEY — In forensics jargon, they are called cremains. Short for cremated remains, they can turn a house fire into a crime scene when investigators know what to look for. More than a dozen firefighters, peace officers and police officers were out at a farmstead near Huxley on Friday as part of a four-day crash course in fire forensics. READ
Red Deer’s first Recovery Day was celebrated with messages of inspiration and hope at City Hall Park on Saturday. Gratitude was this year’s theme as dozens turned out for the event that was repeated in 25 other communities across Canada. John Moore, who once struggled with addiction and is now a mental health therapist, inspired the crowd with his own story. READ
At least two dogs have died and numerous others were injured when a vehicle that was hauling dogs from California flipped on an Alberta highway. READ
Avid skier and hockey player Carson Loeppky likes to push himself — and he has the concussions to prove it. It was that history of brain injuries that brought the 15-year-old out to Red Deer College Library on Saturday to participate in a free assessment to establish a brain function baseline. READ
A man faces 14 charges in connection to a daylong armed crime spree throughout Central Alberta. READ
Motorists should avoid sections of 53rd Avenue in Red Deer starting Monday, when crews will begin a month-long sanitary sewer installation. READ
The drum roll was noticeably absent on Thursday when the United Way of Central Alberta announced its fundraising target for 2014. READ
The Red Deer Rebels hope the city will pitch in $400,000 to support their bid to host the Memorial Cup in 2016. READ