A 34 year old woman from the Blood Reserve has died after going missing on the St. Mary River near Cardston.
Canadian Blood Services in Lethbridge is in need of several blood donations.
Clear Sky Radio, the company that owns and operates 94.1 CJOC, has been given CRTC approval for a new radio station based in Cranbrook, BC.
Just a few more days to submit a suggestion for naming the soon-to-be constructed North Lethbridge Regional Park.
Some provincial and federal funding for low-income seniors housing in Magrath & the Crowsnest Pass.
The recent mailout is asking questions about abortion and a Liberal MP from Ontario is accusing Lethbridge MP Jim Hillyer of trying to re-open the abortion debate.
A preliminary hearing wrapped up in Fort Macleod Provincial Court on Friday afternoon (July 25) in the case against David and Collet Stephan of Glenwood.
Trina Meisel appeared in Lethbridge Provincial Court via closed circuit television from the Calgary Remand Centre and will return August 15th.
The City of Lethbridge still hopes to have its street sweeping program cleaned up by the end of August.
Officials with Skate Canada paying a visit to Lethbridge this week as the city bids on the 2015 Skate Canada International, a figure skating event featuring competitors from over 12 countries.
The Lethbridge Community Network is hoping to see the city's free wi-fi network expanded.
Southern Albertans awoke to below seasonal temperatures on Thursday but relief is already in sight.
The Canadian Homebuilders Association - Lethbridge Region and Lethbridge College are celebrating the second year of their College Home Partnership.
Despite no construction yet, the province is moving ahead with building a number of new schools, including two in Lethbridge.
A local group is taking its fight to re-open St. Patrick's Catholic Church right to the Vatican.
Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development has put fire restrictions into place in the area around Waterton Lakes National Park.
London Drugs has announced it'll be relocating from its current spot on 2nd "A" Avenue North, to the new 35,000 square foot space at Centre Village Mall.
The Canada Border Services Agency says in the past couple of days, officers seized a loaded .40 calibre handgun at Carway, a .357 revolver at Coutts, and another .357 with 12 rounds of ammunition at the Port of Chief Mountain.
5th on 5th Youth Services remains in a financial bind after the organization was unsuccessful Monday in securing emergency funding from the City
Lethbridge Transit should be adding a number of new vehicles to its fleet over the next 10 years through the Province's Green Trip Program.
Two American men are facing numerous charges in connection with undeclared guns at the Coutts border.