Dauphin, Canada
Pokemon Go has taken over the city.

Albert Thompson of Ste. Rose is just one of the few people in the Parkland area that will be participating in Harvesting Hope.

Southern Manitoba has recently seen a rise in high temperatures, which means a potential spike in tick bites.

Though potential thunderstorms are still in the forecast, it looks like Dauphin has been spared the worst of it.

The City of Sunshine is now home to Pokemon creatures.

Everything is all set up by the water and ready to go for the Sacred Waters Gospel Music Festival this weekend.

Soybean farmers and agronomists can still sign up for an all-day educational session in Carman this Wednesday.

Selkirk RCMP are concerned and need the public's help with the wearabouts of Derwin Beardy who has been missing since last month.

The Dauphin Chamber of Commerce's Annual Street Fair and Street Dance is an little over a week away, and if you are wanting to volunteer you still can.

A man suspected of operating a boat that struck a woman in the water at Nutimik Lake has turned himself in to police, according to an update on the Manitoba RCMP Facebook page.