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Friday, Nov 30

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Two-vehicle collision on 142 Street

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Part of 142 Street was closed Thursday evening after a two-vehicle collision that left several light standards damaged.

06

Province announces revenue-sharing program with Edmonton, Calgary

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In a move that has been called more predictable and sustainable, Alberta has reached an agreement to give funding to Edmonton and Calgary in amounts proportional to provincial revenue.

04

EPS asks for more dollars in next city budget

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The Edmonton Police Service is asking for almost $90 million more over four years to deal with higher call volumes and to enforce cannabis bylaws.

03

Strathcona County investigating suspicious death

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RCMP in Strathcona County are investigating a death after finding a body on a rural property along Highway 14.

02

New charges against man already accused of sexual assault

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More complaints have come forward about an Edmonton man who was known to frequent dating websites and was previously charged with sexual assault.

01

Feds hope to reduce blood donation ban for sexually active gay men

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The current ban prohibiting men who have sex with men from donating blood for one year could "soon" be reduced to three months.

Attempted murder charges laid in Barrhead

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Two people are facing attempted murder charges after it was alleged they doused a person and his truck in gasoline and lit the vehicle on fire.

Thursday, Nov 29

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Animal anatomy exhibition arrives at TWOSE

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The most popular exhibit ever at the Telus World of Science is back in town, with a new twist.

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Red Deer man charged with sexual assault

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A 41-year-old man was charged with two counts of sexual assault in Red Deer.

22

Man, 22, killed in crash near Ponoka, Alta.

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A 22-year-old man is dead after a single-vehicle collision near Ponoka early Thursday morning.

21

EPS searching for missing 12-year-old girl

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Police are asking for the public’s assistance to find a 12-year-old girl who went missing Wednesday afternoon in northeast Edmonton.

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Woman hit by two vehicles dies, EPS search for second car

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A 38-year-old woman is dead after she was struck by two vehicles in northwest Edmonton Wednesday night.

Woman charged with arson in fire north of downtown

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A woman was charged with arson after a house fire north of downtown Wednesday morning.

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Woman in hospital after house fire

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A woman is in hospital after a house fire north of downtown Thursday morning.

07

Edmonton dealing with icy conditions

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Emergency responders were busy Tuesday and Wednesday after the city was hit by freezing rain.

06

RCMP searching for Hinton cat killer

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Hinton RCMP are asking for the public’s help in finding the person who killed a cat with an arrow.

Officer actions lawful during 2016 in-custody death: ASIRT

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A review has concluded police acted lawfully in a 2016 arrest during which a man died.

Police looking for second vehicle in fatal collision

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One person is dead following a collision in northwest Edmonton Wednesday night.

Fatality confirmed in northwest collision

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One person is dead following a collision in northwest Edmonton.

03

Eastglen residents rally to save pool

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Eastglen residents made a plea to city council Wednesday to vote against closing a community leisure centre which they call a neighbourhood hub.

01

Safe shelter celebrates 50 years

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An Edmonton safe shelter is marking 50 years of helping local women.

Alberta to buy its own rail cars to ship oil

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During a speech in Ottawa on Wednesday morning, Premier Rachel Notley outlined the province’s plans to get Alberta oil to market.

Wednesday, Nov 28

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Edmontonian facing charges for not disclosing HIV status

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An Edmonton man is facing charges after he allegedly had sex with another person and did not disclose his HIV status.

23

Alert Ready system pings mobile users across Canada

It wasn't perfect but officials say the second test of Canada's new national public-alert system for mobile devices went better than the initial test six months ago.

21

Minor hockey authorities may scrap 'midget', other age group names

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Traditional youth hockey age group names -- novice, peewee, atom, bantam and, most notably, midget -- could soon be revised.

Notley says a deal is in the works to buy rail cars to transport Alberta oil

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Premier Rachel Notley says her government is sticking to a plan to buy the means necessary to transport more than 120,000 barrels of Alberta crude per day to relieve the pressure facing the industry.

Freezing rain leads to dozens of crashes in Edmonton

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Emergency crews across the city were busy as freezing rain fell overnight.

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Alberta buying its own rail cars to move oil without feds, Notley says

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says her government will buy its own rail cars to transport more oil to market.

08

Province proposes regulatory body for counsellors, therapists

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If passed, a new bill would offer greater protection for Albertans seeking treatment for mental health and substance abuse.

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Alberta safe shelters nearing capacity

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Safe shelters across Alberta, either at or nearing capacity, turned away nearly 17,000 women, children and seniors in the last year, according to new data.