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  1. Video: Voters have their say on latest mayoral poll showing 3 way dead heat

    Video: Voters have their say on latest mayoral poll showing 3 way dead heat

    CityNews reporter Tracy Tong hit the streets to find out what voters think of the latest poll that shows Ford, Tory and Chow in a dead heat.

  2. Lethal force report sparked by Toronto police killing of Yatim out Thursday

    Lethal force report sparked by Toronto police killing of Yatim out Thursday

    The report comes amid a lawsuit by the family of 18-year-old Yatim against the officer who shot him and another who tasered him as he lay dying.

  3. Video: New city traffic control centre aims to reduce Toronto gridlock

    Video: New city traffic control centre aims to reduce Toronto gridlock

    The City of Toronto has launched an upgraded state-of-the-art traffic control centre that is aimed at reducing gridlock.

  4. Video: Poll has Chow, Tory & Ford in dead heat

    Video: Poll has Chow, Tory & Ford in dead heat

    CityNews reporter Cynthia Mulligan has more on the numbers.

  5. Anti-Semitic slur plasters bus shelter in Thornhill

    Anti-Semitic slur plasters bus shelter in Thornhill

    A bus shelter was tagged with an anti-Semitic expletive in Thornhill, which has shocked Jewish residents there and has police investigating.

  6. Video: Anti-Semitic graffiti found sprayed on Thornhill bus shelter

    Video: Anti-Semitic graffiti found sprayed on Thornhill bus shelter

    York regional police are investigating after anti-Semitic graffiti was found sprayed on a bus shelter in Thornhill. Local resident Jeffrey Brown reacted to vandalism. Watch The 5 and CityNews at Six as Roshni Murthy will have more on this story.

  7. Video: Mayor Ford on latest polls, Ford Fest robocalls

    Video: Mayor Ford on latest polls, Ford Fest robocalls

    Mayoral candidates Olivia Chow, John Tory and Rob Ford are in a dead heat according to a poll conducted on Monday by Forum Research. Ford spoke about the results as well as recent Ford Fest robocalls.

  8. Video: Upgraded transportation operations centre opened in Toronto

    Video: Upgraded transportation operations centre opened in Toronto

    The City of Toronto opened an upgraded transportation operations centre to help and better manage and coordinate road work, in an effort to lessen the damage on drivers. Mayor Rob Ford spoke about how this will benefit the city.

  9. Entertainment City: TIFF films announced, T-Swift bday wishes, and Drake tour details

    Entertainment City: TIFF films announced, T-Swift bday wishes, and Drake tour details

    The first round of films premiering at TIFF were announced Tuesday. We break them down in today’s national edition of Entertainment City.

  10. Business Report: Lobster economics, Tim Hortons cuts x-small cup

    Business Report: Lobster economics, Tim Hortons cuts x-small cup

    680News senior editor Richard Southern with the day’s top business headlines, including the persistent high price of lobster despite plentiful supply, and Tim Hortons is cutting the x-small cup.

  11. Morning Webcast: TTC bus narrowly avoids hitting pedestrian, Mike Duffy reaches out to alleged daughter

    Morning Webcast: TTC bus narrowly avoids hitting pedestrian, Mike Duffy reaches out to alleged daughter

    Dashcam captures TTC bus running red, nearly striking pedestrian; Mike Duffy reaches out to Peruvian woman who claims to be his daughter.

  12. Morning Weather Webcast: July 23, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: July 23, 2014

    Risk of early morning thunderstorms clearing late morning with fresher cooler air this afternoon. High of 24 C.

  13. Video: Fatal crash on Hwy. 401 claims one life

    Video: Fatal crash on Hwy. 401 claims one life

    The male driver was rushed to Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre where he later died.

  14. Etobicoke neighbourhood deals with sewage stench once masked by cookie factory

    Etobicoke neighbourhood deals with sewage stench once masked by cookie factory

    CityNews reporter Adrian Ghobrial sniffs out the story of a simmering summer stench.

  15. Andray Domise running against another Ford in Etobicoke North

    Andray Domise running against another Ford in Etobicoke North

    Jamaican Canadian Andray Domise, 31, is a candidate in Etobicoke North who wants to beat Mayor Rob Ford’s nephew Michael Ford in the Toronto municipal race and replace Coun. Doug Ford who’s not seeking re-election.