Warrant Squad has netted 150 arrests and cleared more than 223 warrants from the system since inception this summer, say police. More tonight on CBC News at 5, 5:30 and 6 p.m.
Winnipeg's United Way is behind this year's fund raising goal and the clock is ticking. We'll speak to the Executive Director at 4:45pm on Up to Speed on CBC Radio One, 89.3 FM
Thousands of Manitobans are trying to get the new Winnipeg Jets vanity plates today. We'll find out how chaotic the day has been for insurance outlets who have them. That's at 3:06pm on Up to Speed from CBC Radio One, 89.3 FM, 990 AM.
Winnipeg Police are confident photo radar tix from Grant will stand up in court, even though CTF and Wise Up Winnipeg say they should be tossed. Get the full story tonight on CBC News Winnipeg.
At 4:13 on Up to Speed,
hear some local reaction to news that new Canadians swearing the citizenship oath must show their faces - that means no niqabs allowed. We'll hear from a local Muslim activist who says it's un-Canadian.
Hear my story how a clerical error by Revenue Canada could hurt donations to Winnipeg Harvest. This morning on CBC Radio One.
Invention series today has the story behind the Bottoms Up beer system at MTS Centre. It's on now St 89.3 fm and watch it on our Inforad Facebook page.
No foolin' - the mice seem to be moving indoors a little later than normal this year. at 7:13 on Information Radio we talk to exterminator Don Poulin.
It's sign-up day for city swimming lessons. For the first time, the leisure guide has staggered registration dates to ease the rush of past years. As of 9 a.m. today, it's all about swimming.
Tomorrow at 9, you can sign up for other city programs like skating, cooking and exercise classes.
Council vote soon on budget. Winnipeg's capital budget is likely to be approved, although a handful of councillors have already said they will vote no. The vote is expected within the next hour.
Winnipeg has a new capital budget. In the next year, the city will spend 393 million dollars on infrastructure, including roads, bridges and buildings.
Crews battling house fire at 1480 McDermot. People and pets have been safely removed.
Are you missing snow this holiday season? Jon Sauder says there's only 2 cm on the ground compared with 20 cm at this time last year. Find out who's affected tonight on CBC News.
Coming up on Up to Speed at 3:05 -- the Amazing Kreskin!
Teemu Selanne -- who started his NHL career with the Winnipeg Jets -- just spoke to reporters by phone this afternoon, in advance of the Anaheim Ducks playing the Jets on Saturday. Said he hopes he doesn't get booed.
Visual Artist James Culleton making art
on the radio as we speak. Check out the feature about him on the Manitoba scene website - cbc.ca/manitoba/scene.
Winnipeg and Minnesota are scoreless at the end of the 1st period at the MTS Centre.
Minnesota Wild scores during two-player advantage in 2nd period. 1-0 Wild.
Bogosian scores to tie things up in the 2nd period. Jets and Wild tied at 1-1.
1-1 Jets and Wild in the 2nd. Jets goal just waived off.
Goalie duel. MIN's Backstrom and WPG's Pavelec keeping it 1-1.
Jets score. Goal by Bryan Little. Jets up 2-1.
Winnipeg Jets beat Minnesota Wild with final score of 2-1 at MTS Centre.
Expensive cars burn. Police and fire crews on the scene at Autohaus Fort Garry, the VW, Audi and Porsche dealership on Pembina Highway. Three cars burning at 5 a.m.
Fire out but police remain at car dealership fire on Pembina. Right lane northbound closed near Grant.
Around 6:50 on Information Radio - our tech guy Jesse Hirsh has some cool gift ideas. Who couldn't use a robot that vacuums, or maybe a drone. Hmmm...
On the heels of Canada's withdrawal from the Kyoto climate treaty, Terry MacLeod speaks with one of Canada's top climate change experts. What does Manitoba's own David Barber think of the pullout? Tune in at 7:13 for that.
Flood costs keep going up. The number now is at $815 million. A government spokesman just confirmed that number to CBC News. The last time the government updated the cost of this year's flood, in mid-October, Premier Greg Selinger said the number could surpass $700 million – well over the prior estimate of $632 million.
We'll hear exact amounts when the province releases its second quarter financial report. That could come by the end of the week.