Two historic buildings in Lethbridge's Chinatown district were damaged by a fire on Tuesday morning.
A new study looking at the impact tactile stimulation, such as massaging and touching, is having on mice has researchers at the University of Lethbridge hoping one day it'll help those living with Alzheimer's disease.
The University of Lethbridge, following a great deal of pushback from students and members of the public, says it will not provide space for a planned lecture from a controversial guest speaker.
The Lethbridge Hurricanes battened down the hatches Friday night, edging the Winnipeg Ice 2-1 at ENMAX Centre.
Lethbridge police safely located a missing 18-year-old woman last seen nearly two weeks ago.
The University of Lethbridge says a controversial guest speaker appearance will go ahead, despite pushback from some students.
The quiet streets of Coutts are a stark contrast to one year ago, when more than 100 vehicles blocked the highway in opposition to COVID-19 measures
A bail hearing for an Alberta mother and father facing charges after police say their six-week-old child was physically and sexually assaulted has been delayed.
Freedom rally supporters are expected to congregate near the southern Alberta border town of Coutts on Saturday and RCMP officials say motorists in the area should expect to face highway delays.
Lethbridge police are investigating aThursday night fire at a school that caused damage to three rooms.
A Calgary-area MP is questioning why the federal government spent almost $7 million last year for a quarantine hotel in the city that only 15 people stayed at.
The first instalment of the province’s affordability payments has been automatically deposited into the bank accounts of Albertans already receiving income supports.
Chestermere Mayor Jeff Colvin says people are pushing their own political agendas following an accusation that a city staffer slapped another employee.
Residents in a hamlet east of Calgary will now need to drive out of town to pick up their mail after Canada Post decided to close the community's post office.
Child safety advocates are urging the province to take a more proactive approach to protecting children at unregulated day homes in Alberta and want to see province-wide rules in place, similar to regulations enacted recently by the City of Calgary.
Parks Canada is creating a 32.8-hectare fire guard at Protection Mountain on Highway 1A in Banff National Park to reduce the risk of wildfire to the community of Lake Louise and the surrounding area.
The Alberta government says changes are coming to further protect free speech on campuses as a former professor speaking out on so-called “woke” policies prepares for a showdown with the University of Lethbridge.
Alberta's UCP government celebrated a victory in "parental choice in child care" Tuesday while announcing that a nationwide effort to make daycare more affordable will also include thousands of new privately-operated spaces in the province.
A pest control company has been fined after it admitted it illegally used a pesticide near an off-leash dog park in Calgary almost two years ago.
Star of 'American Graffiti' and TV's 'Laverne and Shirley' Cindy Williams died on Monday. Here's our interview with her from 2001.
The fallout from the December travel chaos continues, as the backlog of complaints made to the Canadian Transportation Agency keeps growing. As of Jan. 31, there have been 6,395 new complaints made to the agency since Dec. 21.
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel Garner is raising concerns over the federal government's spending on so-called COVID-19 quarantine hotels, calling the total spent on a Calgary-area hotel in 2022 'legitimately flabbergasting.'
At first, Juan Delgado agreed to spend 24 hours inside a Dundas St. Denny’s as a consequence of losing in his fantasy football league.
A chance discovery in a Canadian laboratory could help extend the life of laptop, phone and electric car batteries.
News that she'd be headed back to the office was very welcoming for English instructor Kathy Andvaag, after more than two years teaching from her “dark” and “cold” basement.
B.C.'s chief coroner Lisa Lapointe warned the province has experienced an average of six deaths, every day, of every week for two years.