A smoking ban on outdoor restaurant patios has been approved in Winnipeg by city council.

Manitoba waterways could have been impacted by a Saskatchewan controversial diversion project to drain salt water into them.

730 CKDM is still following the 2-vehicle collision in Keld that involved the Dauphin Fire Department conducting an extraction 2 days ago.

An arrest has been made in connection with the attack on a student at a Winnipeg bus shelter.

The City of Dauphin has completed the water service installation and the road closure on 5th Avenue SW between 1st and 2nd Streets SW is now open.

Dauphin’s holiday decorations could be getting a fresh look.

Local Dauphin producer Don Dewar is currently at the final day of the Keystone Agricultural Producer's AGM today.

A wide variety of topics and resolutions have been talked about and passed.

Dewar spoke to a resolution he is in favour of, concerning better ambulance support and training for rural area transport:

“Every municipality in the province now has named or numbered their roads, and part of the problem there is some have named them and some have numbered them. At every yard site now there is a little blue sign that has a number to it that is unique to that yard site. But somehow the ambulance people, or the fire department people, you give them that number, it doesn’t mean anything to them. So it’s a training and communication thing we need to work on.”

Stay tuned to 730 CKDM tomorrow for more on KAP's AGM wrapping up.

The Keystone Ag Producers are kicking off their final day of the Annual General Meeting in Winnipeg.

With hydro rates looking to increase in the future, many are looking at new ways to save on energy costs.

The City of Dauphin scheduled a road closure, starting this morning at 8 :00, on 5th Avenue SW between 1st and 2nd Streets SW.

A breath of fresh air is now what students at Assiniboine Community College can get.