Quiet weather will be the rule across the Province tonight and Wednesday!  NEWFOUNDLAND FORECAST On the Island tonight, temperatures fall to near freezing under partly cloudy to mostly clear skies. Lows within a few degrees of freezing. Winds from the west...
Council is having second thoughts in Springdale over a rainbow crosswalk. Council decided last night to continue the conversation with students who have proposed the crosswalk. Springdale council has already rejected the proposal made on behalf of the LGBTQ community....
Premier Dwight Ball announced Phase 3 of the Liberal government's 'Way Forward' plan today. The next phase of actions are focused on improving services and efficiencies. Today, part of the multi-tiered plan includes a major emphasis on a streamline...
An autopsy is scheduled for today to determine the cause of death of a 27-year-old inmate at the Correctional Centre for Women in Clarenville over the weekend. Monday, the Department of Justice were tight-lipped about the inmate death. However, Staff...
On April 7, Bay Roberts RCMP received a report of a stolen pick-up truck from a driveway on Cat Hills Road in Bay Roberts. The truck is described as a dark green 2003 Chevrolet Silverado with a back rack and...
St. John's rebounded from a tough loss on Saturday to defeat the London Lightning 123-110 Monday night in front of another big crowd at Mile One Centre. With the victory, the Edge even their best-of-seven series at 2-2. In a...
On Monday, Harbour Grace RCMP along with Police Dog Services executed a search warrant at a home on Water Street in Carbonear. As a result, police seized a number of firearms and prohibited devices. 23-year old Lucas Rowe has...
Workers at the fish plant in New Harbour have learned that the plant will not be opening this year.
The president of Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro took the stand at the Public Utilities Board on Monday to testify about proposed rate hikes. Consumer advocate Dennis Browne argued that consumers should not have to pay for the mistakes of...
Preliminary findings indicate a female inmate of the Clarenville prison choked to death on food. But the RCMP say an autopsy still has to be conducted.