Territorial court Judge Karen Ruddyhas released her reasons behind her 2009 sentencing of an impaired driver who badly injured a man in another vehicle.
The daughter of Grant McLeod, a man who died in police custody two years ago, is taking legal action against members of the Whitehorse RCMP.
Local business owners claim the Energy Solutions Centre is solutions-less, after their attempts to work with the government body on green infrastructure projects have proved fruitless.
A man convicted of breaking into two local restaurants will spend the next nine months in jail.
The owners of multiple commercial lots in Whitehorse claim those responsible for managing the sites have improperly diverted rent proceeds to themselves.
Great River Journey has received a third extension on its proposal to avoid bankruptcy, but time is running out for the wilderness tourism operation.
The Humane Society Yukon made sweeping changes to its board of directors last week in the wake of a controversial decision to put down a dog residing at the society’s Mae Bachur Animal Shelter.
The Yukon News has applied for a defamation case against it to be thrown out because of an excessive delay in proceedings caused by its accuser, the paper argues.
Kibble was in short supply at the Humane Society Yukon over the weekend as its animal shelter scrambled to gather enough food until today.
A man found dead in a fire at a Norcope Enterprises gravel pit was not allowed to reside on the property, according to an agreement the company has with the Yukon government.