Bomb squad detonates something on Portage.
Traffic reopened on eastbound Portage
A pedestrian has been struck by a transit bus. Police are closing eastbound lanes of Chief Peguis Trail between Henderson Highway and Main Street.
Traffic note: Chief Peguis Trail eastbound at Main Street is still closed. It's been closed to traffic since 1 p.m., after a man was hit by a bus over the noon hour.
City of Winnipeg engineers are heading out to the Rothesay Overpass right now to look at the structure, officials tell CBC News.
Traffic note: Chief Peguis Trail eastbound at Main Street appears to be open again, hours after a pedestrian was hit by a transit bus during the noon hour.
Winnipeg police say an 84-year-old pedestrian who was struck by Winnipeg Transit bus this afternoon remains in hospital in critical condition.
Traffic note: Rothesay overpass at Chief Peguis Trail has reopened to traffic, according to Winnipeg police. Area was closed for several hours so fire crews could extract a dump truck that had hit the overpass around 2 p.m.
Islanders survive early flurry by the Jets and come back to draw first blood. 1-0 Isles. St. Malo's Travis Hamonic (Islander defenceman) opened the game with a thundering hit on Jets Tanner Glass
Jets tie it 1-1. A shot from the point tipped in by Nik Antropov, his second game back from injury.
Jets-Islanders game is now tied 2-2 midway through the second period.
Looks like we're going into a shootout in the Jets-Islanders game. Overtime period has ended with score still tied 2-2.
New York Islanders defeat the Jets 3-2 with overtime shootout in the MTS Centre.
A new book by a Winnipeg cancer nurse explores the challenges patients face after the treatment. At 6:13 author Anne Katz joins Terry to talk about "After You Ring the Bell..." That's on CBC Information Radio - 89.3 fm/990am.
Winnipeg's new airport building is shiny and new, but how comfortable is it to use? At 7:37 Terry speaks with a frequent traveler about headaches at the new terminal. And, we hear from the Winnipeg Airports Authority as well. That's on CBC Information Radio 89.3 fm/990 am
You've seen Meaghan's pictures from the Occupy Winnipeg which is being dismantled this morning. Terry will speak with Meaghan live at 8:14.
Coming up on Up to Speed we'll hear from Winnipeg's professional property managers who are 100 per cent behind the firefighters union's effort to get tenants to insure themselves. One of many stories we're working on between 3-6pm on CBC Radio One, 89.3FM
Illness catches up with many of us over the holidays.
But wonky hours and holiday closures make seeing the doctor complicated. Emergency rooms get clogged and wait times soar. We'll check in with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority about alternatives to Emergency. That's later on Up to Speed on CBC Radio One, 89.3FM
An 84-year-old man who was hit by a Winnipeg Transit bus yesterday has been upgraded to stable condition, according to police. He remains in hospital.