Police allege an impaired driver caused the death of a man in a "serious motor vehicle accident" on the Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway on Saturday evening.
A charge that Yellowknife's Monkey Tree Pub broke Covid-19 rules has been dismissed because the prosecution failed to demonstrate the pub had ever been told.
A vigil in memory of the late Cst Christopher Worden takes place in Hay River on Thursday. It's 15 years since he was killed while on duty in the town.
Shannon Smallwood, the NWT's first Dene superior court judge, is the new Chief Justice of the NWT Supreme Court.
The man accused of murdering Breanna Menacho in Yellowknife in 2020 has fired his third publicly funded lawyer, a move that further delays his trial.
Thaddeus McNeely, who spent almost two days at large in Fort Good Hope after what RCMP say was a series of stabbings on Tuesday, handed himself in to police.
NWT liquor laws appear set to be loosened, a move that recognizes frustration with an existing arcane system while attempting to tackle issues like bootlegging.
RCMP say there is no progress to report regarding their investigation into a suspicious death in downtown Yellowknife last month.
RCMP say a man has been arrested in connection with what police earlier called a "targeted shooting" that took place in Hay River on Monday.
Darryl Marlowe, charged with impaired driving while chief of the Łútsël K’é Dene First Nation in January 2021, was cleared.
Michelle O’Bonsawin is on track to become Canada's first Indigenous Supreme Court justice. Indigenous lawyers hope that'll create "significant" change.
An impaired driving case will head back to court, more than three years following the initial incident, after a judge was ruled to have misunderstood the law.