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A 17-year-old boy is in serious, but stable condition and a 14-year-old boy has been released from hospital after a shooting on the 700 block of Athol Street in the early hours of Sunday, Nov. 13.

In connection with the shooting, 20-year-old Taurell Antonio Alexson along with five teenagers were charged in court with attempted murder, unauthorized possession of a firearm and pointing of a firearm, on the morning of Nov. 14.

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Regina doesn’t make the grade when it comes to waste management, according to a recent report.

Municipal Benchmarking Network (MBN) Canada measured the amount of household recyclables and organics kept out of landfills in 15 cities across Canada in 2015. The average was 46 per cent. Regina diverted 18 per cent, the least amount measured.

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Wheelchair accessible ATV

A Saskatchewan man is building what might be Canada’s only wheelchair accessible ATV.

Keith Lucyk lives in White City with his wife Kelli and his dog, Rider.

“My dog inspired me, actually, to start doing this,” said Lucyk.

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The new 2017 Acura NSX in Regina Acura’s showroom. The NSX is currently the most expensive vehicle for sale in Regina, with a price tag of $278,000, with taxes and add-ons pushing the price over $300,000. Photo by Josh Diaz.

What has two turbochargers, three electric motors, fours wheels, six cylinders, 10 gears and sticks out like a sore thumb? Well you can take a look for yourself, it’s currently sitting in Regina Acura’s showroom.

On Oct. 19, a new 2017 Acura NSX was delivered to Acura on North Broad St. The 573 horsepower twin-turbo hybrid supercar is loaded with all the options--including carbon ceramic brakes, forged aluminum wheels, and stunning Valencia Red Pearl paint. This NSX is currently the most expensive vehicle for sale in Regina, with a price tag of $278,000, with taxes and add-ons pushing the price over $300,000.

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40 years strong this year, Telemiracle has been a staple in Saskatchewan homes for as long as many can remember.

But has the decline in cable subscription hindered its development in any way? The answer would seem to be “no”, if the last four years are any indication.

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Martin Academy students Eric Applequist (Left) and Kyle Angielski (Right) hang out at Evraz Place before baseball practice. Photo by Alex Johnson.

This is not the kind of gym class you dreamt of skipping in high school. Martin Academy is going beyond expectations in both athletics and academics, according to reports released at a Regina Public School Board meeting on March 1.

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