Snowking on Saturday opened his castle for the 25th time, delighting his parka-clad subjects on Yellowknife Bay. Take a look at this year's Snowcastle.
One man was convicted while another walked free as a Yellowknife court heard how a city apartment became a stash house for a drug distribution network.
A 34-year-old single mother received 10 months in jail for selling baggies of baking soda while claiming they contained cocaine worth $4,500.
A panel re-examined how the NWT should handle an offender with low cognitive functioning and an alcohol use disorder who committed random sexual assaults.
Colten McNeely's actions were "catastrophically stupid" when he killed Lloyd Edgi in Fort Good Hope two years ago, but did not amount to murder, a judge ruled.
Teenager Elias Schiller will serve four years for the manslaughter of Yellowknife cab driver Ahmed Mahamud Ali. The judge said the sentence was "unusually low."
What happened to Yellowknife cab driver Ahmed Mahamud Ali on the night he died was laid out in a courtroom on Monday. Elias and James Schiller await sentencing.
Yellowknife celebrated China's Year of the Rat on Sunday with festivities at the NWT legislature's Great Hall. Take a look at our photos from the event.
He was sentenced to five years for drug and weapons offences, but police broke the rules when they first stopped him. An appeals court is hearing his case.
A Yellowknife single mother struggling with addictions was swept up in two RCMP operations within a year after selling cocaine to undercover police officers.
Garry Taylor's skirmishes with RCMP officers were likened to movie scenes. "You are going to end up being shot by police," a judge told the 39-year-old.
A distinctive, lime green truck played a key role in the trial of a man found to have helped store guns stolen from a Yellowknife home in 2018.