The Draganfly X6 is not a pretty insect, it's actually a new tool that will enhance the way the Regina Police Service conducts investigations from the air.
It's a remote-controlled mini helicopter that's used to obtain aerial views and photos of major crime scenes and serious car accidents.
Monday is the kick off for Regina's ride your bike to work week.
It all gets going at 1 p.m. at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum with a bike festival. Later in the afternoon, there will also be a community ride around Wascana Park
Spokesperson Ada Chan Russell says the week emphasizes the healthy aspects of cycling.
"Especially today, now when we have work hours and that we're mostly indoors and not doing much exercise on our own. It's a great way to get exercise and be healthy."
Regina police have now charged a second person, Harley William Fraser Stueck, in the death of three-year-old Nylan Jordan George Clark, who was found in a van behind a house on Halifax Street.
Thirty-eight year-old Stueck is charged with criminal negligence causing death, indignity to a dead body and obstruction of justice. He made his first court appearance at 9:30 a.m. Friday.
A 12-year-old boy is missing in Regina and police are looking for your help in finding him.
Rueban Jacob Nahbexie was last seen Tuesday evening around 8 p.m. He was riding his bike with two of his friends in the area of Trifunov Bay, but he didn't make it back home.
He's aboriginal, about five-foot-seven with a heavy build, about 205 pounds, with straight black hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a black t-shirt, black shorts, and red and black "skater" shoes with white skulls on the back of the ankle.
Traffic was being re-routed on the corner of Macintosh Street and Litzenberger Crescent in Regina’s northwest corner Wednesday after young boy was hit by van.
Few details are available yet but the boy was said to be about 10 or 11 years old and did sustain injuries.
Police said the boy was expected to be alright. However, they did shut down the intersection to investigate the accident.
Check CJME.com or 980 News Talk Radio for updates as they become available.
Some of the highlights of research done within the Regina-Qu’Appelle Health Region were showcased Wednesday.
A number of displays were featured during a conference at the Delta Hotel with the goal ofincreasing awareness and recognition of research being done within the RQHR.
“Without change, there’s never any improvement,” said Elan Paluck, Director of Research with the RQHR.
Regina police are warning the public about a rash of pin-pad thefts that have occurred throughout the city.
Police said the pin-pads are first removed from a business and then replaced with identical ones that have the ability to read a cards information and record pin-pad numbers.
The move was made months ago....now Superman is finally set to land in Riderville.
Geroy Simon will finally make his green and white debut Thursday night as the Saskatchewan Roughriders host the Calgary Stampeders at Mosaic Stadium (8 p.m., no television broadcast).
After sitting out last week, everyone is looking forward to seeing what Simon can bring to the Riders offense this year. As for how he'll feel running out of that tunnel on the otherside of the field for the first time, Simon isn't sure how it will feel, but he's looking forward to it.