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A pilot who went missing on Sunday has been found dead in a plane wreck south of Oldman Lake, Alta., about 100 kilometres northwest of Edmonton.
City of Edmonton park rangers can receive several requests a week to help migratory birds in distress, but their training limits how they respond to those calls. Now, the city is working with animal rescue group WildNorth to change that.
Hundreds more Alberta students will be able to study in tech-related fields this year, after the province announced it was adding 406 additional seats at post-secondary schools.
Fifty or so years ago, Ken Davison laced up his beloved white tennis shoes with the green stripes and ran his first marathon. On Sunday, he’ll run his 100th.
I’m going to be honest here, who knows what the weather is going to do this weekend! It’s been super smoky so check the links in the list below to make sure these events are still a go before you head out the door.
The National Energy Board says Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC can start construction on sections of its pipeline expansion in Alberta and British Columbia.
FortisAlberta Inc. has been fined $300,000 for a 2015 spill of PCB-laced oil from a Hinton transformer that went unreported for seven months.
The Alberta government has reached a tentative agreement with 23,000 members of its largest union, the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE), with the help of a mediator.
Officials at Fort Edmonton Park say they now have a sense of what happened to cause a horse drawn carriage to crash Wednesday, injuring six people.
Jasper's municipal council wants to impose minimal restrictions on cannabis retailers within the Rocky Mountain townsite.
In one of the first discoveries of its kind, an Edmonton gang unit has shut down a lab that was processing fentanyl that could be passed off as heroin.
A 16-year-old boy died Tuesday in a single-vehicle rollover following an “encounter” with Strathcona County RCMP, the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team said Thursday.
A federal judge in Montana on Wednesday ordered the U.S. State Department to do a full environmental review of a revised route for the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline, a move that could delay the project and prove a setback for the Trump administration.
An eerily thick haze blanketing Edmonton dissipated somewhat overnight but there is little relief in the forecast as a plume of smoke from wildfires burning in B.C. continues to blanket Alberta.
An Edmonton woman could go bankrupt less than two years after buying her first home, which passed inspection but has been plagued by water damage and a massive infestation of carpenter ants.
The Canada Border Services Agency raided the home and office of former Alberta Progressive Conservative MLA Carl Benito as part of an investigation into what the agency says was a three-year immigration fraud scheme.
Three people are in custody after a high-speed chase during rush hour on Wayne Gretzky Drive Wednesday.
FC Edmonton said Clarke Stadium will remain a shared-use facility when the inaugural Canadian Premier League seasons kicks off next spring, allaying concerns from Edmonton Eskimos and local football.
The late summer roar of vehicles on Edmonton streets is getting recorded on tape and camera for the next four months in an extended pilot project that could result in automated noise enforcement by next year.