Four First Nations from the Interlake are to share a 90-million-dollar payout for being flooded out of their homes.

The coffee Break event hosted by the Dauphin and District Chamber of Commerce has been postponed.

The event is to feature speeches from local MLA Michaleski along with Agricultural Minister Ralph Eichler and Minister of Health Kelvin Goertzen.

The chamber plans to reschedule the event, which is to take place at the Watson Art Centre, for a different day.

Get ready for another extremely cold day.

The Province has extended its moratorium on increases to park land leases and service fees for cottages in provincial parks for another two years.

A new scam is making its way through the Parkland area.

What was deemed as an increase in funding for the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba is actually anything but.

4 First Nations are closer to receiving compensation for flooding that forced them out of their homes in 2011.

Due to continued extremely icy road conditions, all school buses in the Roblin area are cancelled today.

Unused vehicles seemed to be sitting on properties throughout Dauphin.

A number of break and enters in Erickson and Rolling River First Nation this morning have the RCMP asking for information.

An extreme cold warning is in effect for the Parkland.