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.
65 year old Christian Robertson has been found safe and in good health.
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assault charge against a Glenwood woman, stemming from a violent altercation at a minor hockey game last year has been withdrawn.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.
Four Lethbridge residents are facing charges in connection to a series of weekend incidents, including Sunday's police shut down along the 2500 block of 13th Street north.
A woman will be sentenced in October in connection to a purse snatching incident dating back to July of 2012.
Alberta says it is tightening rules for government aircraft following a harsh report that outlined inappropriate use of the planes by former premier Alison Redford.
An intersection improvement project in west Lethbridge has been scaled back from a traffic circle to a four way stop.
Bid organizers for the 2019 Canada Winter Games prepare for Thursday's Community Rally
Street maintenance, recycling, and recreation facilities were the main services that needed improvement according to a recent citizen satisfaction survey conducted by Ipsos Reid.
Lethbridge City Council will be seeking the support of other Alberta communities for proposed changes to provincial legislation that governs urban drilling.
A 73 year old woman is dead after an SUV collided with a semi-truck Monday morning.
Crews are installing a rock protected spur in the Oldman River to better protect the Highway 2 bridge.
Wayne Gretzky will be in Lethbridge on October 7th as the keynote speaker for a special management development conference called Greatness in Leadership.
From September 12th to 14th Lethbridge residents can once again place their usable, unwanted items in front of their homes marked with a free sign.
4 people were arrested Sunday after Lethbridge Regional Police cordoned off part of 13th Street north.
Lethbridge Police say two missing rafters on the Oldman River are alive and well after their inner tube deflated while floating down the river.
A Lethbridge man accused of sexually assaulting his 9 year old daughter and two of her friends will be entering a plea of guilty next month.
Four Lethbridge residents are facing charges after police searched two so called problem properties on the city's north side Thursday night.
The Henderson Ice Centre will be closing on August 19th to address mechanical issues with its ice plant.
A fire ban for the Crowsnest Pass has been downgraded to a fire advisory.
Sister Ivy McCann of the Sisters of St. Martha's in Lethbridge was honoured Friday with Blackfoot name.
Lethbridge Regional Police and the RCMP seized nearly $30,000 worth of cocaine, $30,000 in cash as well as pepper spray and drug trafficking paraphernalia after a south side drug bust.
The CBSA found a loaded 9 mm handgun on the back of a motorcycle coming through the Chief Mountain Border.
A 50 year old man is facing charges after a man was hit by a vehicle while sitting in a Bridgeview Campsite.
Two local men have pleaded guilty to charges relating to an assault that occurred back in June, 2013.
A 31 year old Lethbridge man has been sentenced to time served in custody for trafficking cocaine.
Industry experts say southern Alberta producers could harvest between 26 to 28 tonnes of sugar beets this year.
The Lethbridge and District Association of Realtors says year to date home sales are up over 6% from 2013.
The north intersection at Jerry Potts Boulevard and Red Crow Boulevard will be closed starting August 18th for the construction of a new roundabout.
A Quebec man facing 59 fraud related charges made a brief appearance in Lethbridge Provincial Court Wednesday.
A southern Alberta Political Scientist says controversy and scandal continues to dominate the Alberta PC leadership race.
Damage from June's flooding will keep the Willow Creek Campground closed for the remainder of the summer camping season.
The BC Coroners Services says a 23 year old Alberta woman died after falling from a 150 metre cliff in southeast BC on August 7th.
An Alberta woman faces charges after CBSA officers seized 648 grams worth of marijuana laced cocoa at the Coutts border crossing.
On August 3rd, an Alaska man was going through the Carway crossing south of Cardston when CBSA officers found a loaded .45 calibre pistol sitting in the centre consol of his vehicle.
The continued dry heat is keeping several fire bans and advisories in effect across much of southern Alberta.
A southern Alberta mental health expert is hopeful the sudden death of actor Robin Williams can help shine the spotlight on depression.
A 20 year old Montreal man is facing numerous charges following an alleged fraud scheme at a west Lethbridge bank.
A 22 year old man is facing charges after an alleged sexual assault on the city's south side.
We should start to see some construction work on the new Henderson Outdoor Pool in a few months.
The murder case against a 19 year old man from the Blood Reserve was back in Lethbridge Court of Queen's Bench Monday. Stemming from the death of a 25 year old man in June of 2013.
The Lethbridge Regional Police Service is looking into reports that a man was seen committing an indecent act along the banks of the Oldman River between Softball Valley & Pavan Park.
Lethbridge Regional Police have charged a 12 year old boy with sexually assaulting his two younger sisters
Helicopters are being used to install a new major power line in southern Alberta.
Alberta Tory Leadership Candidate Jim Prentice says he supports the idea of a live televised debate with fellow candidates.
Some positive home building numbers in the Lethbridge area for the first half of 2014.
Lethbridge residents can learn more about the upcoming Lethbridge stage of the Tour of Alberta cycling race at two open houses this month.