The sun is setting on the summer tourism season in Lethbridge, and stakeholders are now turning their attention ahead to winter.
The Lethbridge Hurricanes kick off the 2023-24 regular season on Friday with a game against the Swift Current Broncos.
People in the area around the Lethbridge Fish and Game Range may hear guns going off Thursday night but the Lethbridge police have an explanation for that.
Post-secondary students have been in the classroom for two weeks and this year has already brought with it more stress than others.
The Lethbridge police want to hear from a person who misplaced a lot of cash.
A new $19-million addictions recovery facility has opened in Lethbridge.
Hundreds of people gathered outside Lethbridge city hall on Wednesday morning, chanting and holding signs, arguing for or against the teaching of sexual orientation and gender identity in schools.
After five years of planning since the idea was first pitched by the Lethbridge Pickleball Club, six new tournament quality pickleball courts were opened to the public.
Some farmers in southern Alberta are expressing discontent with this year's harvest after a hot and dry growing season.
Lethbridge cyclists will soon have a more convenient and safe way of getting to and from downtown, thanks to the implementation of new bike lanes.
The City of Lethbridge says it has continued to see a downward trend in reporting of encampments, a lower number of total structures and less entrenched encampments as a result of its encampment strategy.
Thousands of Calgary students laced up for the Terry Fox School Run on Friday.
West Nile virus has struck several people in southern Alberta.
A woman has died following a three-vehicle collision west of Okotoks.
Calgary's first safe surrender site for babies will soon be available not far from the site where a newborn was found dead in a Bowness dumpster six years ago.
Dima Aldahouk and Ousama Juha moved to Calgary from Syria in 2017 hoping for a better life, but the couple and their two children could be homeless by the end of the month.
Parks Canada says it is investigating a suspected case of whirling disease in Emerald Lake in B.C.'s Yoho National Park.
Calgary Flames defenceman Nikita Zadorov broke his silence on Friday and discussed his decision to speak out against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The Opposition NDP is raising concerns about an Alberta Health Services report that shows a decline in the number of annual food safety inspections since 2018, as six children remain in hospital due to an E. coli outbreak at multiple Calgary daycares.
Chopper footage captured the moment a large brawl broke out at a United Auto Workers picket line in Michigan.
There was 'shared intelligence among Five Eyes partners' that informed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's public allegation of a potential link between the government of India and the murder of a Canadian citizen, United States Ambassador to Canada David Cohen confirmed to CTV News.
One RCMP officer was killed and two others were seriously injured while police were executing a search warrant at a home in Coquitlam, B.C., Friday.
While the party died years ago at MuchMusic's broadcast centre on the corner of Queen and John streets in Toronto, the screening of a new documentary on Friday proved nostalgia for the nation's music station is still very much alive.
It's almost leaf peeping season, but scientists say shifting or intensifying weather conditions brought about by climate change could increasingly alter when trees begin their fall colour display each year, how long it lasts and how brilliant it is.
The New Zealand men’s curling team are calling a retirement community home while they train in Calgary for the next four months.