Edmonton Journal Appeal court upholds acquittal in case of Good Samaritan killed on Edmonton roadside 2015-09-16T21:59:11.000000Z In 2014, Kieran Porter was acquitted of fatally striking a Good Samaritan on the side of Anthony Henday Drive. At trial, the judge ruled police violated Porter's rights during the investigation. Now, the province's highest court has agreed. Eskimos' win enables fan to clear 24,576 beer debt 2015-09-16T02:08:15.000000Z An Edmonton Eskimos fan made a bet with a Calgary Stampeders fan in 2012 that ran out of control over a three-year losing streak, fuelled by a double-or-nothing response to each loss. Edmonton expected to get new WestJet flight to London 2015-09-15T18:48:02.000000Z WestJet is inviting journalists to "high tea" Tuesday in Edmonton, where it's expected the airline will announce a new non-stop route to London, U.K. The carrier said it will "announce an exciting new non-stop route from Edmonton beginning May 2016." Paula Simons: New refugee crisis means haunting echoes for Edmonton doctor 2015-09-15T16:53:51.000000Z They arrived here, to safety, just one week before the Kristallnacht pogrom, the prelude which heralded the beginning of the Final Solution. George Goldsand was only three at the time: his memories of the familyls ordeal are hazy. Despite going through all the letters, radiograms and official docum... AMBER ALERT: RCMP say father of missing girl found dead in Blairmore 2015-09-15T15:57:58.000000Z The mother of a missing two-year-old girl is scrambling for answers after an amber alert was issued this afternoon. Cheyenne Dunbar said she just found out today that her daughter has been missing since about 3:30 a.m. this morning. “I don’t even know what’s going on myself,” Dunbar, who lives in Ed... Edmonton Journal video nominated for Canadian Online Publishing Awards 2015-09-15T15:40:10.000000Z Edmonton Journal photographer Greg Southam has been nominated for best video at the Canadian Online Publishing Awards. Graham Thomson: Build, baby, build the Alberta NDP's unofficial motto 2015-09-15T13:44:19.000000Z Ralph Klein used to say governing during bad times was easier than in good times because he could say a simple “no” to everyone asking for money. If that’s true, then Alberta’s newest Finance Minister Joe Ceci has the easiest job in the world. Residents wonder what's next as moratorium on social housing to expire 2015-09-15T13:25:58.000000Z Barb Heather calls them “Fort McMurray specials” — renters next door spent two weeks working up north, then blew in for a week drinking, partying and shouting until 3 a.m. outside her window. Her neighbourhood of Eastwood was one of five that won a three-year moratorium on more social or non-market ... City could see public-sector job losses 2015-09-15T11:48:28.000000Z If the price of benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude oil doesn't recover to more than $50 US for 2016 and 2017, public sector jobs in Edmonton could be put at risk as the Alberta government tries to cope with declining revenues, warns John Rose, chief economist for the City of Edmonton. Edmonton jury settles in for nine-month fraud trial 2015-09-15T11:41:21.000000Z A nine-month fraud trial began in the Court of Queen's Bench began Monday as fourteen jurors heard what the next nine months of their life will be like.