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Court and Crime Catchup: This week on SASKTODAY.ca

Court and Crime Catchup: This week on SASKTODAY.ca

Murder charges laid, and one gets reduced to manslaughter
Man facing weapons, violence charges now faces drug trafficking charges

Man facing weapons, violence charges now faces drug trafficking charges

Drug trafficking charges have been added on to Jason Krysta's list of weapons and violence related charges in 2 provinces.
Key points that emerged from the Western Premiers Conference

Key points that emerged from the Western Premiers Conference

The Western Premiers met May 26-27 in Regina.
Crime Stoppers: Four on wanted list

Crime Stoppers: Four on wanted list

If your tip leads to an arrest or charge, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000
Buying Bryan Adams concert tickets? Be careful

Buying Bryan Adams concert tickets? Be careful

Province provides tips regarding tickets going on sale for Bryan Adams concert in Regina and Saskatoon.
Saskatchewan 2nd in Canada for gun-related murders in 2020

Saskatchewan 2nd in Canada for gun-related murders in 2020

Unfortunately, there is currently little information available to determine the source of firearms used in crime, such as whether they were stolen, illegally purchased or smuggled into the country.
Five things to know about this week’s COVID-19 report

Five things to know about this week’s COVID-19 report

Numbers still going in the right direction.
Health care transfers a top issue for Western premiers in Regina

Health care transfers a top issue for Western premiers in Regina

Leaders of the four western provinces and three northern territories meeting Friday.
Big game deadline extended due to system difficulties

Big game deadline extended due to system difficulties

Difficulties with the system that verifies residence caused problems while applying for the big game and white-tailed deer draws.
Blackmore officially takes command at RCMP F Division

Blackmore officially takes command at RCMP F Division

The change of command ceremonies, delayed by COVID-19, took place to welcome Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore as new commanding officer.