Saskatoon police looking for 16 year old

Saskatoon Police are asking for the public's assistance locating a Saskatoon teenager.

Brandon Kishayinew,16, was last seen in the morning of Oc. 2, at a business in the 100 block of 3rd Avenue North.

Brandon is described as being of Aboriginal descent, 5'6" in height, 119 lbs with a slim build. He has brown eyes, dark brown hair and a medium skin tone. He often wears a ball cap but no clothing description was available.

Regina police seek Ford Escape in fatal hit and run

As the search continues for the vehicle and driver involved in a fatal hit and run Saturday night, Regina police are releasing more information about the SUV believed to be involved.

PHOTOS: Calgary man charged in carjacking, chase near Swift Current

A man who crashed a car he allegedly stole from a 77-year-old woman in Swift Current is now facing charges for the incident as well as a robbery beforehand.

RCMP arrested 38-year-old David Lee Little after a chase on the Trans-Canada Highway Monday morning.

UPDATE: Regina woman hit by vehicle Monday night

A woman was sent to hospital Monday night after being hit by a vehicle in Regina.
According to police, a 40-year-old man was driving west on Dewdney Avenue just before 7 p.m. when a 46-year-old woman wearing all black stepped into the roadway. She was crossing Dewdney at the Rae Street intersection but not at the crosswalk.
The woman was hit by the vehicle.

The driver called 911 and when officers arrived, they found the woman lying in the street. She was taken to hospital with injuries described as "serious, but not life-threatening."

Supporters continue to speak out for Marlene Bird

What Marlene Bird really wants is a permanent home.

The badly scarred woman who was violently attacked in downtown Prince Albert at the beginning of June spoke to YWCA CEO Donna Brooks on Monday. The 47 year old, who had both legs amputated as a result of the assault, wanted Brooks to relay a simple message to the public: she’s doing OK today, but what she really wants is a permanent home.

The Prince Albert YWCA is helping to make this happen.

Manitoba man dead after crash in Colonsay

A 28-year-old man from Manitoba is dead after a fatal crash east of Saskatoon.

RCMP said around 11:30 p.m. Monday, two vehicles crashes at an intersection in Colonsay. The man, who had not been wearing a seat belt, was pronounced dead at the scene.

The other driver was not hurt.

Police are investigating the cause of the collision.

Colonsay is located about 65 kilometres east of Saskatoon on Highway 16.

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Regina police warn of scam targeting immigrants

The Regina Police Service warning the public after someone almost fell for a scam targeting immigrants.

The identity theft/fraud scam starts when the victim receives a phone call claiming to be someone from Citizen and Immigration Canada. The caller says it's a verification call from the immigration department for a permanent residence card and ask for your landing paper number, UCI number, passport number and other information.

Man dies after truck rolls on Highway 35

A truck drifted off Highway 35 Monday morning while travelling around a curve leaving the 65-year-old driver dead.

RCMP were first called to the scene around 8 a.m. after getting reports of a truck in a ditch. Officers say the truck rolled several times before coming to a stop on its side.

Charlie Machiskinic of the Yellow Quill First Nation was pronounced dead on the scene.

An autopsy is scheduled for later this week.

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Regina police name victim in fatal hit and run

Regina police are still searching for the vehicle involved in a hit and run that killed a man on the weekend.

On Monday, the Regina Police Service released the name of the 27-year-old man killed in the collision Saturday night. Rafiqul Islam was pronounced dead on the scene.

Man faces charges of assaulting a Saskatoon Police officer

Numerous charges and a trip to the hospital were in store for a Saskatoon man after he tried to disarm a police officer Sunday night.

It started around 11:30 p.m. when police received a complaint about a man at Mac's convenience store on Ruth Street East.

When police arrived, the man was already making his way across the street to the bar Stan's Place. Officers followed him in and that's when things took a quick turn.