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Arrest made for arson in Kings Heights house fire

Arrest made for arson in Kings Heights house fire

Man who allegedly committed arson in Kings Heights on April 11 seeking to be released on bail to Salmon Arm, B.C.
City selling affordable reused bikes at Recycling Depot

City selling affordable reused bikes at Recycling Depot

Bike sales are back at the Recycle Depot. Adult bikes are $20, and youth bikes $10. Card payments only—no cash. Details at www.airdrie.ca/bikesale . Donating a bike? Drop off bikes (in good working condition) at the Recycle Depot.
Alberta's first tornado of 2024 confirmed near Airdrie

Alberta's first tornado of 2024 confirmed near Airdrie

A witness recorded a video of the tornado as it developed beneath a rapidly developing storm cell.
Rocky View County housing premises closed due to health violations

Rocky View County housing premises closed due to health violations

AHS lists 17 breaches of the Public Health Act, including garbage and debris throughout the home, non functioning utilities, and damage to the building.
Deadly workplace incident in Airdrie leads to convictions

Deadly workplace incident in Airdrie leads to convictions

An Alberta court held a supervisor accountable on April 11 for the oversight that led to Habtom Abraha’s death in 2019, convicting him of failing to take necessary precautions to protect the construction worker in Airdrie.
Rapid test project tackling Alberta's syphilis outbreak

Rapid test project tackling Alberta's syphilis outbreak

Using groundbreaking rapid testing devices and an innovative community-involved project, University of Alberta researchers are hoping to bend the curve of syphilis infections.
Alberta government rejects Calgary motion to allow permanent residents to vote in civic elections

Alberta government rejects Calgary motion to allow permanent residents to vote in civic elections

“Our government will continue to protect the integrity of our elections and make sure voting is accessible for all Albertans who are Canadian citizens,” McIver said.
Rural leaders say Bill 20 ‘a hammer to undermine’ municipal autonomy

Rural leaders say Bill 20 ‘a hammer to undermine’ municipal autonomy

Alberta's rural leaderships say they are being actively undermined by Bill 20, and vow to "not sit back and take it."
Mayor Peter Brown cautious about Bill 20

Mayor Peter Brown cautious about Bill 20

Brown noted a couple of positive things to come out of the new legislation in a recent interview.
Appeal denied for Airdrie killer Michael Roebuck

Appeal denied for Airdrie killer Michael Roebuck

According to media reports, the three-member Alberta Court of Appeal panel found no errors on Wednesday May 1 in the previous court decision.
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