Dauphin, Canada
Manitoba Hydro is downplaying concerns of flickering LED street lights possibly triggering seizures for epileptics.

The snow trails may be closed, but snowmobilers still get out on their machines during the winter. 

Health officials say flu cases have spiked in the past week.

Winnipeg is open to discussions on a potential province wide ban on plastic shopping bags. 

A three vehicle collision occurred just outside city hall yesterday evening. 

A fire tore through a home in Dauphin late last night. 

 

 

A home on 2nd Avenue S.W. in Dauphin caught on fire at approximately 11:15 p.m. tonight.

The Dauphin Regional Health Centre welcomed the arrival of the first baby born in 2018.

A home was destroyed after a fire yesterday west of Dauphin.

The Thompson Fire Department remains on the scene of a hotel fire that began yesterday and is still burning. 

The Dauphin RIDE program got more people home safely this year.