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Lethbridge police have taken one person into custody after several menacing social media posts related to a local high school.
Liberal MPs walked out on a status of women committee meeting Tuesday morning in opposition to the Conservatives pick for chair, Rachael Harder, a parliamentarian with a known anti-abortion record.
Author Rosalind Wiseman, whose book inspired the movie Mean Girls, shares her insight on how to get your kids to open up to you.
Convincing people that they're at risk from an imminent natural disaster can be trickier than you might think, according to research from Mount Royal University that looked at Calgarians' responses to the 2013 flood.
The mother of a man whose body was found in a wooded area west of Calgary earlier this year is pleading for information from the public, while police are asking for help identifying a man who used his bank card after he disappeared.
A man who claims he was sexually abused by an Edmonton priest more than 30 years ago was able to file a lawsuit because of a recent change to Alberta's limitations law, says the lawyer representing the plaintiff.
A teenager was killed in a farming accident near Hanna, Alta., on Monday when the tractor he was driving rolled down an embankment and crushed him.
A family in Lethbridge is fighting to keep their elderly mother on a ventilator but say time is running out before doctors remove her from life support.
An arrest warrant was issued for a Calgary man accused of leaving his dog in a hot car, where it died, after he failed to show up for court.
Having won eight in a row, the Calgary Stampeders could be forgiven for looking ahead to the West Division final.
The City of Calgary is fighting to ensure an independent investigator's report on misconduct by city councillors remains a secret. The city paid a lawyer $76,000 to investigate whistleblower complaints against council members.
The huge forest fire in Fort McMurray last year caused air pollution levels to spike as far away as the New England states more than four thousand kilometres on the other side of the continent.
A boulder on the University of Calgary campus became a revolving canvas for free speech Monday after early-morning students arrived to find racist messages emblazoned on its surface.
George Dorn proudly wore Calgary Transit badge No. 1 for years. The beloved City of Calgary employee has died at the age of 80, leaving behind four children and eight grandchildren.
The Alberta government is joining the fray to help Edmonton and Calgary bid for retail giant Amazon's second headquarters.
A 32-year-old Alberta man has been charged with drug trafficking and manslaughter in connection with an overdose death last fall in an Edson hotel room.
A man and woman from southern Alberta's Blood Tribe who pleaded guilty to neglecting their daughter's health for so long that she nearly died have been taken back into custody.
As we head into the fall and get back into our established routines, here are some tips to make regular physical fitness an easier and lasting part of your lifestyle.
Even though the judge said she did not believe him, Robin Wortman has been acquitted of sexual assault after a vulnerable teen testified at trial that he'd been raped by the former Calgary Homeless Foundation board member.