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.
A Calgary pastor was sentenced to 60 days in prison for his involvement in the Coutts border blockade in February 2022.
A new program is helping preserve the Blackfoot language, while teaching locals and visitors to southern Alberta about the region's history.
The first-ever Sixth Street block party is taking place Saturday. The block party was made possible by the Imagine Downtown Activation Grant through the City of Lethbridge and the Re-Imagine Downtown activation.
A Lethbridge man faces multiple charges in relation to an incident involving a police service dog who was injured in the line of duty.
A report commissioned by the Alberta government says the province would be entitled to more than half the assets of the Canada Pension Plan - $334 billion - if it were to exit the national retirement savings program in 2027.
Calgary director Ramin Eshraghi-Yazdi wore a lot of hats to shoot his debut feature, Drop, in a way that maybe only other directors of micro-budgeted feature films could understand.
Alberta police are trying to identify a sexual assault victim who is believed to be six to 10 years old.
Premier Danielle Smith is keeping MLA Jason Stephan in her UCP caucus despite an Alberta NDP demand to remove him for speaking at a '1MillionMarch4Children' protest.
The City of Chestermere is fighting back against a provincial review, which found serious flaws in its governance earlier this year.
Calgary police have released a series of photos of men considered "persons of interest" in a violent clash along Falconridge Boulevard earlier this month that saw many people injured.
If you're hoping to get out of the house this weekend and have some fun, there are plenty of local events and activities you can check out.
No charges are coming in the death of a woman in custody of RCMP in the Northwest Territories.
Premier Doug Ford said he will be reversing his government’s decision to open up the Greenbelt to developers, calling the controversial land removals a “mistake.”
The U.S. is in touch with Indians at high levels after Ottawa said Indian government agents had links to the murder of a Sikh separatist leader in Canada, and Washington is giving India no 'special exemption' in the matter, U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan said on Thursday.
A Toronto man has admitted to fatal poisoning of a toddler's breakfast cereal at a Scarborough residence in 2021 as part of an "obsessive" plot against a married woman.
A team leader at Tomahawk Ventures, a company contracted by the province to fight forest fires, is remembering four colleagues who died when their pickup truck crashed into a semi truck on the Trans-Canada Highway near Kamloops early Tuesday morning.
Telling the difference between a developing case of the flu, a cold or COVID-19 is even more difficult than before, as more distinctive symptoms such as the loss of taste or smell have become less common over time, experts say.