March 5, 2012 Reports of a collision on 50 Street North at the Sherwood Park Freeway... a Stalled Semi on 97 Street North & 127 Avenue in the Centre Lane..Single Vehicle Collision 170 Street North & 129 Avenue - Northbound is Blocked... 3 car collision on QE2 heading south just before Nisku overpass. Stay in the left lane to avoid. Traffic backed up to Edmonton
Oh well....so much for summer. That was quite the week but we all knew that we were living on borrowed time. The airmass has changed dramatically and 30 has become mid teens. But the models a showing a return to the low 20's by Thursday. Have a great Monday!!!
Raj Sherman to join us on the Morning News at 8:15 to discuss his win this weekend.
Kevin O says high of 13 today... glad I brought a coat and some back-up boots for YWCA's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes today. Join us at noon in Churchill square - Kevin, Kevin, Gord, Duane and Shane will don man-sized heels in support of family violence programs.
PC leadership advance voting begins today @ Kingsway Ramada
There is a rollover on Whitemud Drive & Guardian Road.. Northbound is blocked
Multi-vehicle collision on 98 Avenue & 79 Street Westbound Stay Left
Collision on Whitemud Drive just East of the Quesnell Bridge... East and Westbound traffic Stay Right / Also a collision on 111 Avenue & 101 Street affecting Eastbound traffic
Leduc RCMP: Hwy 2A overpass @ Hwy2 closed bc of collision involving a truck carrying hazardous materials. Saying no danger to public
Global One just flew over overturned truck @ Hwy 2A sbound exit
Shane Jones on scene of rollover at Hwy 2A overpass at QE2, truck leaking some kind of fertilizer crews say, may have been there since last night
Not as chilly this morning. I'll have the forecast up as soon as I can get my eyes open.
Good Morning. Nice day with a high of 21. Some showers will be around overnight and tomorrow morning. Up to 18 tomorrow and the long range models are calling for mid 20's by the middle of next week!! Weather on the Global Morning News.
Now that I've dragged out all my boots it's warmed up to 9 degrees
Throat a little raw after hosting the Ride For Diabetes yesterday at Churchill Square. Congrats to the over 700 who pedalled to raise thousands for JDRF research.
Just in case you're wondering, Fall arrives on Sept. 23 this year.
Don't listen to Mike. Fall arrived earlier this week - look at all the people wearing boots and tights. Also, the pumpkin spice latte is back.
Seanna about to Skype with Italy
Good Morning and happy Friday!! Showers ending early this morning, then redeveloping only to end early this afternoon. Up to 17 and very windy today. Seasonal temperatures for the weekend and the models still show low to mid 20's by mid week. Weather on the Global Morning News.
Headlines: 2 people to hospital following a rollover on the Henday, category 1 hurricane headed for Newfoundland, businessman escapes abductor in Lacombe, cruise ship in Norway at risk of tipping, Vassy Kapelos joins us at 6:30 ahead of the PC leader vote, Dateline NBC's Keith Morrison joins us around 8:40 ahead of tonight's episode on the Mark Twitchell case
At 8:40 Dateline NBC's Keith Morrison joins us to talk about his 2 hour report on the Twitchell case
Good Morning. Check out this forecast. Cool and breezy with a high of 15. High teens tomorrow but then mid 20's for the next few days!!!!! Weather on the Global Morning News.
Breaking News: Global 1 over Ross Sheppard, students evacuated due to CO2 alarm.at least 5 fire trucks on scene
Good Tuesday morning. Today's headlines: 1 woman in custody after 12hr standoff, Ross Shep back to school after gas leak, Witzaney charged with 38th city homicide, Morton/Orman support Mar, CUPE hopes to resume bargaining w AC, Italian scientists on trial for manslaughter accused of failing to warn sufficiently of 2009 earthquake.
Good Morning. Sunny and 19 today. Up to 24 tomorrow. A little cooler on Thursday but look out for the first day of Fall on Friday with a forecast high of 28!! Weather on the Global Morning News.
Today on the Morning News: PC leadership candidate Alison Redford, Dr Krishna Balachandra on Mental Health, our Ask The Doctor segment, survivors of the Chilean mine disaster, and a rabbit mothers some kittens
One in five Canadians is affected by metabolic syndrome. What is it? Our doc has the answer at 7:40 on the Global Morning News
Collision 182 Street & 87 Avenue Eastbound Blocked, Westbound Stay Right
Collision Wye Road & Sherwood Drive in Sherwood Park... Delays South, North, and Westbound
Coming up this morning: PC candidate Doug Horner, Wedding SOS host Jane Dayus-Hinch, the Greenway Chorus, and the Eskie who slept through a 20 minute fire alarm.
In our Morning fashion chat, Hallsy and I agree summer is extended... next week we'll break out the cords
Coming up this morning: PC Candidate Gary Mar, the new Facebook headaches, trouble on the markets, the latest on the plane crash in Yellowknife, and looking ahead to today's council meeting on the arena issue.
The Morning News welcomes back Lorraine Mansbridge this morning, and she'll hit the ground running. Maybe flipping is more like it. You'll see...
Happy Coffee Day! Coming up, meet the 2 Edmontonians competitng this Sunday/Monday to be the Canadian Champ
Today on the Morning News, Shane Jones brings us highlights of last night's debate. Big topcis: the arena, MSI funding, health care, Gary Mar's transitional payment...
Hallsy says "No, no not me" in terms of covering #yeg's new lingerie football team.
Coming up around 7:40 - get a great meal AND help kids gain job skills. The Kids in the Hall Bistro pays us a visit.
Good morning! Today's headlines: The man accused of kidnapping businessman Blair Vold in court today, changes to copyright rules, the first family to get their newly rebuilt home in Slave Lake, the Katz Group clarifies its arena position, and Facebook privacy practices are investigated in the US.
Construction Update: Single Lane Traffic Eastbound on Whitemud Drive from 156 Street to 53 Avenue. Tonight from 10pm to Saturday 9am