Convicted cocaine dealer Travis King’s own tearful words appear to have saved him from going to a federal prison down south on his latest charges.
A member of Yellowknife’s notorious King family told a court on Monday he wants to become “a law-abiding person” and escape the cloud hanging over his siblings.
At a hearing, 52-year-old Serenus Bryan said her addiction to drugs – and a series of related convictions – had profoundly damaged her life and family.
A teenager from Tuktoyaktuk and his mother are leading a proposed $600 million class action lawsuit against the RCMP. Here's what their court documents say.
RCMP charged Darcy Oake with drug trafficking and criminal negligence following the reported discovery of fentanyl at his Borden Drive home in 2016.
Hassen Abdul Kerim Mohamed was caught in a Finlayson Drive drug bust in 2015. He will serve 26 months for cocaine trafficking and marijuana possession.
A woman who crashed a pickup truck into Yellowknife’s Sushi Café has pleaded guilty to impaired operation of a vehicle and will be sentenced next spring.
A quiet procession of approximately 90 taxi cabs, flying black ribbons, drove down Yellowknife's Franklin Avenue over the Monday lunch hour.
Hundreds of people lined downtown Yellowknife's streets on Saturday for the 2018 Santa Claus Parade. Take a look at our photos!