LRPS have arrested 23 year old William "Vinnie" Palmer who was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant.
A slight increase year-over-year in the number of people experiencing homelessness in Lethbridge.
The largest biogas and co-generation plant in Canada has officially opened in Lethbridge.
Trial dates have been finalized for three Southern Alberta men charged with making misleading and untrue statements to investors.
City crews, also known as "Snowfighters," are starting to return to Priority 1 routes and will work into Priority 2 and 3 for the next 24 to 48 hours.
A high risk sex offender living in Lethbridge is wanted on a Canada wide arrest warrant for violating his release conditions.
Alberta Health Services is asking patrons of a west side restaurant and lounge to watch for symptoms of Hepatitis A.
LRPS are investigating a home invasion Sunday afternoon when three people, two men and one woman entered house on 20th Avenue South.
A couple from the Standoff area is facing charges of failing to provide the necessaries of life.
Priority One routes remain the main focus of snow clearing for City of Lethbridge crews after 30 cm of snow feel on the region Monday.
Meals on Wheels Lethbridge has kicked off its annual "23 Days of Christmas" campaign.
RCMP are looking for a missing man from Pincher Creek.
A woman from Coaldale is dead, and four others injured following a serious single vehicle crash just across the border in BC
Randall Hopley abducted 3 year old Kienan Hebert from his family's unlocked home in Sparwood more than two years ago. He will also spend 7 years in jail.
A fire has destroyed the Blood Tribe Adolescent Treatment Centre.
It was a record year at the two Lethbridge yard waste recycling locations.
Investigations are underway into the deaths of three Canadian Army soldiers this week, one with links to Lethbridge's 20th Independent Field Battery.
Health Minister Fred Horne says the province plans to work with the City of Lethbridge when it comes to issues surrounding the consolidation of ambulance dispatch.
The CP Holiday Train will stop in Lethbridge on the evening of December 9th behind Save-On-Foods on 2nd avenue north.
It's a holiday tradition in Lethbridge. The 51st annual Christmas Lights Tour, hosted by Kotch's Exotic International Travel and Tours, goes in December.
The 21st annual Christmas Tree Festival kicks off Monday.