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BREAKING: Man arrested in stabbing of St. Albert teens now charged with first-degree murder

BREAKING: Man arrested in stabbing of St. Albert teens now charged with first-degree murder

Suspect is now facing a first degree murder charge, as well as an attempted murder charge for the victim still in hospital.
Cold Lake purchases new hangar for aircraft maintenance engineering school

Cold Lake purchases new hangar for aircraft maintenance engineering school

In a move to diversify the local economy and bolster the aerospace and defense industry, the City of Cold Lake has purchased a hangar at the Cold Lake Regional Airport. 
$6,000 fine for driving without insurance in Woodlands County

$6,000 fine for driving without insurance in Woodlands County

Woman clocked going 50 km/h over speed limit in Dunstable School zone netting big fine
Cochrane Fire Services Stresses need for river safety during summer storm season

Cochrane Fire Services Stresses need for river safety during summer storm season

Due to the current patterns of weather, Cochrane Fire Services stresses the importance of taking precautions and practicing river safety when going out on the Bow River
Alberta government urges residents to search lost-money database

Alberta government urges residents to search lost-money database

As of March 31, there were approximately 347,582 unclaimed items in the unclaimed property repository with an estimated value of $154 million
Nurse practitioner clinic set to open in St. Albert this summer

Nurse practitioner clinic set to open in St. Albert this summer

New compensation model enables NPs to open their own clinics
Central Alberta town's solar farm project delayed until 2025

Central Alberta town's solar farm project delayed until 2025

The Town of Innisfail Alberta Utilities Commission needs to spend an additional $55,000 to get more information for the Alberta Utilities Commission on a solar farm project that is expected to make up to $700,000 a year for the municipality.
Western Canada sweats in renewed heat wave, rivergoers told to avoid cheap floaties

Western Canada sweats in renewed heat wave, rivergoers told to avoid cheap floaties

As Western Canadians sweat under a renewed heat wave, crews in Calgary are scrambling to bail out rivergoers trying to stay cool on dime-store pink flamingo floaties.
Some Northern Alberta residents don't like how close carbon capture project pipelines come to their homes

Some Northern Alberta residents don't like how close carbon capture project pipelines come to their homes

A proposed carbon capture project in the County of St. Paul is getting concerned feedback over explosions and ground water safety
Rural superfan makes the case for getting behind Alberta’s listener-supported radio station

Rural superfan makes the case for getting behind Alberta’s listener-supported radio station

CKUA Radio Network offers music in most genres for most age groups, says a Taber resident
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