Winnipeg Police attended an attempted robbery this morning.
It happened at a Cash Money store on Archibald at about 11 a.m. Initial reports say the suspect might have had a weapon. We'll have more details tonight at 5:25.
Winnipeg Artists give back to the community.
Prairie Stained Glass and over 35 local artists are supporting Winnipeg Harvest. They're doing this through their "Art is Food for the Soul" program. Proceeds raised will be donated to Winnipeg Harvest. Our camera was there today. Story at 5:25 pm.
Some of the artwork being donated to Winnipeg Harvest.
We got some great pictures of a lunar eclipse.
Thanks to those who submitted pictures. Want to see this natural phenomenon. Tune in tonight to CBC Weekend news at 5:25.
A 28-year-old female clerk is credited
with foiling a robbery at the Cash Money store on Archibald and Fermor in Winnipeg. Police say the woman spotted a man coming into the store Saturday at about 11 am with what appeared to be a gun. She called police and the man fled.
Toronto Street in Winnipeg is
blocked between Ellice and St. Matthews as firefighters battle a blaze in house on the 300 block of Toronto.
Brandon Mayor Shari Decter-Hirst has just announced a 5.28 per cent increase in the property tax mil rate. It now goes to public hearings.
Five kids escaped a massive fire on Toronto Street yesterday, no one was hurt. Damage is estimated at $200,000.
The WRHA is celebrating the first baby to be born at Winnipeg's new birthing centre.The baby boy was born at 7:04 yesterday evening, weighing 8 pounds, 1 ounce. News conference to follow, this afternoon.
Winnipeg Police are investigating two home invasions over night. The first at about 11:30 on Queen Street involved 3 females allegedly forcing their way into a home. The second at about 1:00 am saw two males with one gun get into a scuffle with a homeowner in the 300 block of Alfred.
An adult woman
is facing mischief charges in connection with the break-in on Queen Street. Police say she and two youth suspects who are not facing charges know the home's residents, and have been involved in a dispute.
Alfred Avenue home
invasion victims managed to disarm suspects after a struggle. Hear more details on CBC Radio throughout the day.
All eastbound lanes of Portage Avenue are closed at this time (noon) at Maryland Street due to a motor vehicle crash.
We have a camera person checking out reports of a house fire on Hespeler Avenue this hour. Stay tuned for updates.
A 48-year-old man is presumed drowned in Lake Winnipegosis after the snowmobile he was driving fell through the ice on Saturday, according to RCMP. A female passenger was rescued after spending several hours in the water.
Avoid Main St. near Armstrong.
A motor vehicle collision there has traffic backed up all the way to Hartford. Main reduced to one lane as police investigate. Details tonight at 10:55.
Winnipeg police say Portage Avenue at Maryland Street is open to traffic again. Investigators spent the past several hours there, after a 65-year-old pedestrian was hit by a car around 11 a.m. this morning. The man later died in hospital.
Fire crews on the scene of a fire on Gilmore Avenue. The blaze is at a single-storey home. Police have been called in to help direct traffic in the area. Details on Late Night at 10:55.
Meet the first baby born at the new Birthing Centre.
The St. Vital centre opened up in October. And last night, little Jack was born just after 7 p.m. We'll introduce you to Jack tonight on Late Night at 10:55.
Winnipeg Police confirm impaired driver hits bus.
It happened at about 3 p.m. near Main and Armstrong. Police say the driver slammed into the bus. Police say charges are pending. Details at 10:55.
Winnipeg man foils a home invasion.
He fights off the armed intruders. Says he's shaken, but doesn't consider what he did courageous. His story tonight at 10:55.
Police say man assaulted in downtown.
Few details are known at this time. Winnipeg Police say a man was assaulted at 9:30. It happened on Smith Street. No word on the extent of their injuries. The area around the St. Regis Hotel was taped off. More details as they become available.
Do you know when it's safe to face your child's car seat facing forward? You may be following the wrong guidelines. The story from Manitoba at 7:50. Really valuable report from our colleague and new mom Bridget Forbes.
Cheap ticket horror stories -- everyone loves a cheap airline ticket, but there can be some major pitfalls. We help you avoid the turbulence. That story, at 7:40 on Information Radio.
at 7:12 on Information Radio: Online group deals might seem like great gifts, but our Money Saving Mom tells Marcy there are some which should be avoided. Stay tuned!
Coming up in minutes on Information Radio: is our 14-year civic tax freeze finally catching up with the City of Winnipeg? Reporter Julie Bell tells us why the city is about to go into debt -- big time.