Lethbridge Regional Police are investigating after a man was shot outside Pops Pub along Columbia Blvd. W. early Sunday.
Albertans taking their boats out of province this weekend are being asked to clean, drain and dry their watercraft to prevent the spread of zebra mussels.
AHS says the Milk River at Writing-On-Stone provincial park is once again safe for swimming and wading.
Lethbridge College says they've seen an 8% enrollment jump over last fall.
Over 8,000 students will converge on the University of Lethbridge as the fall semester gets underway next week
Regional Police along with the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team executed search warrants on Wednesday at a local business and apartment where they seized drugs and money.
A member of the Hells Angels is speaking out after being told he and his group weren't welcome at a Lethbridge hotel and bars last weekend.
A 50 year old Lethbridge man accused of hitting another man with his vehicle at a local campground made his first court appearance on Thursday.
Alberta and Nova Scotia have signed an agreement in principle to recognize the work experience hours of apprentices in both provinces.
Several County bridges have been barricaded and restricted to single lane width for passenger and emergency vehicles only.
CJOC News has learned that efforts by local law enforcement may have prevented a visit from members of the Hells Angels Biker Gang over the weekend.
The cycling world will converge on our city next Wednesday, September 3rd for the Lethbridge stage in the Tour of Alberta.
A dangerous southern Alberta intersection has prompted calls for the province to do something to improve safety.
Justice Studies Instructor Bruce MacDonald is the recipient of the Bank of Canada's 2014 Law Enforcement Award of Excellence for Counterfeit Deterrence.
Officials with Lethbridge County say the region has the potential to become a hub for agriculture based tourism.
Finance Minister Doug Horner says Alberta's projected surplus has grown by $300 million since the budget to $1.4 billion.
Staff at Waterton Lakes National Park confirm a cougar was destroyed on Monday after it attacked a teenage girl while she was hiking.
The public is invited to an open house Wednesday night to learn more about the College's Trades and Technologies project.
Wildrose Energy Critic Jason Hale is visiting Taber and Vauxhall this week as part of an Energy Tour through southern Alberta.
Since 2008, there has been a 59% reduction in the total homeless population in Lethbridge, an 88% drop in street homeless, and a 49% reduction in shelter use.
A 36 year old man has non life-threatening injuries after the motorcycle he was driving was hit by a pick-up truck in downtown Lethbridge Monday night
83 year old Dale Martin Sr. is charged with indecent assault & sexual assault dating back more than 30 years. He's back in court of Queen's Bench September 8th.
100 of the world's best cyclists will pedal their way through the streets of Lethbridge on September 3rd.
The Bid Committee says southern Albertans gave it their all in one final push to bring the 2019 Canada Winter Games to Lethbridge. The winning city will be announced September 4th.
No injuries after a car hit a trailer being towed by a motorcycle Sunday afternoon at the corner or Highway 23 and Highway 519.
Lethbridge City Council is supporting plans for a Fringe Festival to be held in September, 2015.
The Lethbridge Regional Police Service presented 8 new officers with their badges during a special ceremony at City Hall on Friday.
The Galt Museum hosting a special ceremony on Friday to mark the 100th anniversary of the War Measures Act, featuring the unveiling of a special commemorative plaque.
44 year old Charlene Kane and 43 year old Charles Howard, who were arrested following a local drug bust last week have been sentenced to time served in custody.
Three women are facing charges after police say an 18 year old woman was kidnapped and assaulted over several hours.
26 year old Jeremy Christopher Doucet is wanted in connection to a home invasion in Nanaimo, BC.
RCMP say a 74 year old Tennessee man has made it to Alaska safely.
Local organizers pulled out all the stops Thursday in one final effort to try and win the right to host the 2019 Canada Winter Games.
The City of Lethbridge says it's been a challenge, but they are making due following the unplanned closures of two city ice rinks this summer.
Statistics Canada's July farm survey says farmers can expect production to return to more normal levels for wheat, canola and corn for grain after records in 2013.
Jim Prentice says he will introduce term limits on provincial politicians if he becomes premier, three terms for MLA's and two terms for premier.
During a stop in Lethbridge this week Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith said it couldn't be a more opportune time for her party, amid weeks of scandal surrounding the Alberta PC's and the use of government airplanes.
Canada's broadcast regulator has issued broad new proposals that could dramatically alter how Canadians receive and pay for their television.
The International Association of Fairs and Expositions says Exhibition Park continues to play a critical role in Lethbridge's economic development.
An assault charge against a Glenwood woman, stemming from a violent altercation at a minor hockey game last year has been withdrawn.
A 21 year old man suffered only minor injuries after his car collided with a semi-truck near Nobleford.
Experts from Drumheller's Royal Tyrell Museum are at Devil's Coulee near Warner this summer, excavating a fossilized dinosaur egg belonging to a Hypacrosaurus.
Alberta Health Services says 122 people across the province, including 7 from the South Zone have been diagnosed with potentially dangerous E. coli germs over the past month.
The City of Lethbridge is ready to extend a collective hand of friendship to our American neighbors in Great Falls, Montana.
A local man, who admitted to stealing pop cans and bottles from two backyards in the city, will be sentenced later this fall.