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Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts two wins away from Herder title

The Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts are two wins away from capturing their fifth Herder Memorial Trophy in the past decade. NTV's Mark Dwyer reports.
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Five arrested in one of province’s biggest drug seizures

The RCMP arrested five men following the seizure of nine kilograms of cocaine, one of the larger cocaine seizures in the history of the...

Tory MHA Keith Hutchings not seeking re-election in Ferryland

Ferryland MHA Keith Hutchings announced this morning he will not seek re-election in the upcoming provincial general election. The long-time Tory minister has represented the...

Coyote sighting in St. John’s neighbourhood

Residents of Cowan Heights in St John's awoke to reports of a coyote prowling around their neighbourhood this morning. Images of the coyote roaming...

Doug Plumb steps down as Edge head coach

Doug Plumb has stepped down as head coach of the St. John's Edge to pursue another opportunity in his home province of British Columbia. Steven...

Information session planned for those impacted by carbon monoxide leak

There will be a public information session Thursday for people affected by the carbon monoxide leak last weekend at Bussey-Horwood Arena in St. John’s. It...
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Al Potter guilty of first-degree murder

The verdict is in. Al Potter has been found guilty of first-degree murder for the stabbing death of Dale Porter in North River in 2014. The...

Philip Butler released on bail

A 36-year-old man from Conception Bay South, charged with second degree murder after allegedly killing his brother, has been released on bail. Yesterday, Philip Butler...

No verdict today in Al Potter murder trial

After only a few hours of deliberations yesterday, the jury in the Al Potter first degree murder trial returned to the courtroom today to...

RNC officer Joe Smyth found guilty of obstructing justice

RNC officer Joe Smyth was found guilty of obstructing justice this morning. Constable Smyth was accused of issuing a traffic ticket without grounds to...