Former broadcaster Stephen Vogelsang sentenced to five years after guilty plea

By | April 5, 2019

CTV Winnipeg Published Friday, April 5, 2019 11:52AM CST Last Updated Friday, April 5, 2019 12:02PM CST A former broadcast and journalism instructor at Red River College has pleaded guilty to bank robberies in Saskatoon and Regina in 2017. Stephen Vogelsang, 55, also faces charges in Medicine Hat. Vogelsang pleaded guilty to four counts of robbery in connection… Read More »

Police make multiple arrests in recent string of thefts

By | April 5, 2019

Following an investigation the Winnipeg Police major crimes unit has arrested one male and one female in relation to numerous thefts in the South Osborne area. Police say they identified both the male and female suspects on Thursday and they were taken into custody in the 300 block of Nassau Street. The female suspect initially gave police a… Read More »

Public Health Agency: Manitoba among six provinces with confirmed salmonella cases

By | April 5, 2019

The Canadian Press Published Friday, April 5, 2019 11:37AM CST Last Updated Friday, April 5, 2019 9:35PM CST A salmonella outbreak in six provinces, including Manitoba, prompted a notice from the Canada’s Public Health Agency Tuesday. According to the notice, 63 lab-confirmed cases of salmonella have been investigated across the country as of April 5th, 2019. Ten of… Read More »

Tests being done on whether salmonella caused deaths of personal care home residents

By | April 5, 2019

Tests are being done to confirm whether salmonella bacteria caused the deaths of two residents of a Winnipeg personal care home. Golden West Centennial Lodge says it’s been notified that three people tested positive last month for salmonella. Two of them died in hospital while the third person recovered. Special measures that were put in place at the… Read More »

Head to the French Quarter or take an operatic trip to the barber: CBC Manitoba’s weekend picks for April 5-7

By | April 5, 2019

For the first weekend of April, Winnipeggers can spend a night at the opera, see a new dystopian thriller shot by a Winnipeg-born director, or take a musical venture to Louisiana. Here’s what you can check out for the April 5-7 weekend. Shannah-Lee Vidal’s pick: Level 16 Some of us have gone through some difficult times when we were in… Read More »

‘A complete loss of trust’: Seniors robbed by staffer at Winnipeg care home, police say

By | April 5, 2019

Eight people, age 78 to 100, were robbed by a woman who worked at the care home where they lived, Winnipeg police say. A 37-year-old woman was arrested and charged on Tuesday, following a month-long investigation at the home on Henderson Highway. Police were first alerted in March when a woman said her 93-year-old mother was missing a wedding ring and an engagement… Read More »

Seniors robbed by staffer at Winnipeg care home, police say

By | April 5, 2019

Eight people, age 78 to 100, were robbed by a woman who worked at the care home where they lived, Winnipeg police say. A 37-year-old woman was arrested and charged on Tuesday, following a month-long investigation at the home on Henderson Highway. Police were first alerted in March when a woman said her 93-year-old mother was missing a wedding ring and an engagement… Read More »

Care home employee arrested after jewelry forcibly removed from residents with dementia

By | April 5, 2019

An employee at a personal care home on Henderson Highway has been arrested and faces multiple theft charges after Winnipeg police received a report about a resident’s missing jewelry. CTV News has learned the personal care home is Kildonan Long Term Care. Officers say a woman told police last month her 93-year-old mother was missing a wedding ring… Read More »

Former Winnipeg broadcaster sentenced for Saskatchewan bank robberies

By | April 5, 2019

Former Winnipeg broadcaster and journalism instructor Stephen Vogelsang has been sentenced to nearly three years behind bars for a string of bank robberies in Saskatchewan. On Thursday, Volgelsang was handed a 1,030-day sentence in Regina provincial court, after pleading guilty to four robberies in Regina and Saskatoon between July and October 2017. He will receive credit for time… Read More »