It's been a busy few days for Fort St. John RCMP. Three cases are being investigated stemming from separate incidents.
At 8:20 p.m. Wednesday, police were called to a hit and run involving, what is described as, a mid-2000's model black Lincoln Navigator. It's reported that the vehicle lost control, hopped a curb and...
Grande Prairie's Sears store will be among those closing after the retailer announced plans to shut down 59 locations.
There's no word yet on when the local store will close its doors.
Canada-wide about 2,900 jobs will be cut as part of its plan to restructure its business under court protection from creditors.
The Grande Prairie Friendship Centre is getting $50,000 for a training program for women.
MLA Debbie Jabbour made the announcement Wednesday and says the money will help Indigenous women of all ages.
“Younger ones that perhaps have children that are in school or younger ones that need some support for childcare,...
Red Deer continues to recover from a huge wind storm that pounded the area Tuesday night.
The wind speed reached more than 100 kilometres an hour.
Troy Gillard is the News Director at our sister stations in Red Deer.
He says the storm came on very quickly.
"It sounds cliché, but it really came out of nowhere....
Summer is officially here.
Warm weather is just around the corner, with temperatures forecast in the mid-to-high 20's this weekend in Grande Prairie.
As a result of the rising heat, animals in hot cars is always a hot button issue this time of year.
"During the year, we do get a lot of calls about animals in...
The second GP Round Table Event goes tomorrow.
Some city council candidates in the October Municipal election are meeting again to discuss various issues and concerns in the city.
May's event saw the mayor attend and topics discussed included the Eastlink Centre and snow removal.
The meeting at the Railtown Esquires...
The Camp Little Buffalo fundraiser BBQ, held Tuesday at Blackman's Butcher Shop, brought in a total of $4,693.
Organizers would like to extend a big thank you to the community.
The annual camp is held in August and is intended for kids between the ages of 11 and 13.
Their goal is to develop assertiveness, communication...
Summer is finally here and the days are going to start getting shorter.
Senior Climatologist with Environment Canada David Phillips says we have seen a slow-motion arrival to summer with a lukewarm June.
"Temperatures are just about normal," said Phillips. "You haven't seen those good beer drinking kind of days...
A composite sketch has been released by local RCMP in regards to deliberately set fires last month in the Highland Park neighbourhood.
The first call came in at around 3 a.m. May 28th about a vehicle and structure fire in the 99 St. and 90 Ave. area. There were people in the home at the time, however they were all...
National Aboriginal Day is today and the local Friendship Centre is celebrating.
Executive Director Miranda Laroche says their event will begin at 5 p.m. with a proclamation from the city.
“Which they do each year, we will have opening remarks from the National Association Friendship Centre vice-president Kelly...