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A 44-year-old man from Pincher Creek who taught at the Napi’s Playground Elementary School on the Piikani Nation has pleaded guilty to making and possessing child pornography.
Driver wanting to exit from southbound Crowchild Trail to eastbound Glenmore Trail S.W. will have to take a detour during early morning hours this weekend as crews complete upgrades in the area.
Donna Wilson was surprised that the people who moved debris from a plane crash that killed her father were the same people tasked with protecting it.
A now-disqualified United Conservative Party candidate is defending racist and anti-Islam comments he made on social media that prompted his removal from the southern Alberta ballot. Warning: this story contains language that might be disturbing to some readers.
Deer ticks have made the jump from the mountains to city backyards, putting your dog at risk of contracting Lyme disease in the summer heat.
Environment Canada blanketed much of southern and eastern Alberta with heat warnings, meaning daytime temperatures reaching almost 30 C and dipping to only 14 C overnight.
Alberta's United Conservatives say they will pay back just over $7,200 after taxpayers were charged for a what turned out to be a party event.
Attendance at the Calgary Stampede was the second-highest in the event's history in 2018, trailing only its centennial celebration in 2012
A disability arts group that was forced to leave its southeast Calgary space earlier this year when the roof of the adjacent arena collapsed was able to move back in on Monday.
Members of Justin Trudeau's youth council are urging the prime minister to withdraw his decision to buy Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline.
The Calgary Flames have signed restricted free-agent forward Elias Lindholm to a six-year contract with an average annual value of $4.85 million US.
An Alberta player with the Western Hockey League who was seriously burned while hanging out at a backyard firepit is out of intensive care.
The provincial government is asking Albertans what changes they'd like to see in local election rules. Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi has been pushing for changes for years.
The rising wage floor has increased the pay of tens of thousands of Albertans by a small but significant degree. A dollar or two an hour may not sound like a lot to some of us, but for others, it's the difference between living above or below the poverty line. Who are these people,? Not necessarily who you might think.
Fishermen called 911 after seeing an ultra-light helicopter crash in the Highwood River valley southeast of Calgary on Sunday.
One door has been painted to look like a bookshelf. Another, a nook with a lamp. The artistic innovation serves a serious purpose at a seniors home in Sundre, Alta.